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2012 MLB Team Preview: Texas Rangers

Down in Arlington, Texas the last two years have proven to be optimistic yet frustrating. Last season marked the Rangers second consecutive, yet unsuccessful trip to the World Series. The franchise had never gotten past the ALDS before 2010, so winning two consecutive American League pennants in their first two visits means it is no fluke and that this team […]

New York Yankees: Angels Turn To The Dark Side

Can you blame them? I am talking about the new evil empire called the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, who dropped the bomb today with the announcements of signing Albert Pujols and CJ Wilson. Pujols will be making $250 million bucks over the next 10-years; while Wilson will be paid $77.5 million over the next […]

Bronx Bombers Not Scared Of Anyone Especially Not Rangers

The New York Yankees are now a game ahead in front of the Boston Red Sox thanks to the Texas Rangers, who shut them down 4-0 yesterday, as the Bombers were enjoying their last off day. The next seven days for the Yankees start off in the Bronx with three against the Oakland A’s, before […]

New York Yankees: Halos Starting Dan Haren Tonight

Arriving in the Bronx after winning eight of ten games on the road, the Yankees should be very pleased with that performance; except when both losses materialized in Fenway Park. So, instead the Yankees come home shamed and self-conscious, but thankful for Monday’s off day to shake away everything Red Sox off their shoulders. Not […]

New York Yankees: Keep This Seattle Pitching Prince On Your Radar

Where there is a King, usually more royalty can be found. And in Seattle, the Mariners are forming a nice little pitching kingdom of their own. Back in 2005, Pitcher Felix Hernandez was dubbed ‘King Felix’ down in A-ball for his dynamic arm, made his debut at age 19. Seven seasons later, this King has […]

New York Yankees: Rained Out But The Texas Rangers Aren’t Fooling Me

It is still cold and raining here in New York making it was to wet for baseball, so the Yankees vs. Minnesota Twins game was eventually cancelled. Clicking back and forth between American Idol and ESPN 2, I got to see San Francisco Giants Timmy Lincecum shut-down the San Diego Padres. Let me say that […]