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Yankees: 7 situations you want to see work

The hype surrounding New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter’s last season has generated a lot of emotions amid the sports world. But as this resonates within Yankees Universe, the fans I have spoken believe that sending Jeter out on top is already preordained in baseball history. As perfect an ending that World Series Champ would […]

Yankees: Do you know this isn’t your 2009 Bronx Bombers?

“It’s about winning the summer. It’s not about winning the winter. That’s what we’re going to try to do again.” Those are the words that Boston Red Sox Johnny Gomes told the Boston Globe when asked what he thought of the New York Yankees off-season spending spree. And the reigning champ could not have said […]

Yankees: Hughes starting tonight is a joke

After beating Buck’s Birds for the second night in a row 5-4, plus some key losses, the New York Yankees have propelled themselves to one behind the Tampa Bay Rays in the Wild Card standings. Tonight, at Camden Yard, is the last time the Yankees will play the Baltimore Orioles both in this four-game set […]

How the Yankees got to one game back in AL Wild Card?

As of today, the New York Yankees sit one game back in the AL Wild Card standings. And this has made Yankees haters confused, and of course angry again. As many have asked me, how are the too old, too injured and already declared postseason-less Bronx Bombers still very much alive? Well i told them […]

Yankees: Everybody is frustrated

Last night, in Baltimore, the New York Yankees racked up another loss this time at the hands of the Orioles with a score of 4-2. This marks the Yankees fourth defeat in their last five games. And at this point in the MLB season there is not much more to say, as a team is […]

Yankees: Champions are not born they are made

Even after losing two of three games to the Rays, the New York Yankees left Tampa Bay the same way they arrived, 3.5 games out of the AL Wild Card. Starting tonight, according to ESPN New York, Yankees Captain Derek Jeter will be back on the field for the start to a three-game set vs. the […]