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Yankees lose the Captain, Gardner, Soriano and two games too

Just when things start heading in a postseason direction, the New York Yankees start racking up injuries again. The Yankees will have to win a Wild Card sans Derek Jeter and Brett Gardner who are both out for the rest of the season. And then before losing a second game in a row to the […]

Yankees: Holy Hal is about to break loose in the Bronx

Since getting embarrassingly swept out of the 2012 ALCS at the hands of the Detroit Tigers, the New York Yankees have been all about the drama. Starting with a turbulent off-season, where Yankees fans learned that the late, great George Steinbrenner’s definition of winning was not passed down to his son and inherited team owner, […]

Yankees: I need you to sign my thank you card for Alex Rodriguez

The New York Yankees are winning. Understandably, the team is in a win now or no baseball in October place, as they are closer to elimination than postseason contention. Last nights hero, Jason Nix described what is going right after his post game Gatorade bath. “I feel like we have a little bit of a […]

Yankees: Mad props to Baby Steinbrenner for Alfonso Soriano

Welcome back Alfonso Soriano!  As New York Yankees fans couldn’t be happier to have Soriano back in the Bronx again. Since getting traded back from the Chicago Cubs to the Yankees, Soriano has hit 21 RBIs, seven homers, two doubles, three walks and 40 total bases. Soriano still strikes out like you read about with […]

Yankees: Walk off weekend feeling

WEEKEND SUMMARY:   This past weekend the New York Yankees earned their first series win since the All-Star Break. But even better was winning two of three vs. the red-hot Detroit Tigers, who came into the Bronx on a 12-0 streak and with a comfortable seven game lead in the AL Central. The Tigers still hold […]

Can the Yankees season be rescued?

The New York Yankees are starting to look like themselves again. Derek Jeter is back and hit the home run heard around the World on the first pitch thrown at him. Alfonso Soriano is back in pinstripes again, and in his first 13 at-bats has four RBIs, a homer, seven total bases and has yet […]