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Archive of posts filed under the Chicago Cubs category.

Yankees bats need to stop slumping to start winning

There is no denying it; the New York Yankees are not a good team right now. True, the Yankees did beat the Cubs, 4-2 in the second game yesterday afternoon. And yes, it did take 13-innings to accomplish, but it doesn’t get better for fans than when their team shows some fight. In all honesty, […]

Yankees: You are not supposed to lose to the Cubs

Last night was not part of the plan. As watching the Yankees tank, 6-1 against the Cubs, and Masahiro Tanaka get tagged for his first loss in 42 starts was completely unnerving. It marked the 12th lose where the Yankees have scored two or less runs this season One thing is for certain; when the […]

2014 Preview and Predictions: NL Central

Like last season, the 2014 NL Central has a clear top team and clear bottom one, while the biggest storyline will be the fight for second place. But one thing is for sure; the teams and fans in this division are full of grit. Here is how I think the 2014 NL Central will look […]

Yankees: What team isn’t trying to steal our skipper?

The first priority on GM Brian Cashman’s extensive off-season checklist is resigning skipper Joe Girardi, as his contract expired at the end of this past season. Keeping Girardi is absolutely vital more than ever, as he was the team’s nucleus through all the ups and downs that this last year doled out. The Yankees exclusivity […]

Yankees Trade Rumor: Alfonso Soriano

Alfonso Soriano. A name very recognizable to Yankees fans as Soriano was the key piece in the trade that brought Ales Rodriguez to the Bronx from Arlington, TX back in 2003. And according to a tweet courtesy of ESPN’s Buster Onley, there is one thing keeping Soriano from being back in pinstripes once again. As […]

New York Yankees: 2012 Pitching Rotation Is All Set

New York Yankees skipper Joe Girardi and pitching coach Larry Rothschild’s decision about the starting rotation got made for them last night. There were six pitchers for five spots, but with the now confirmed news that Michael Pineda does have shoulder tendentious, the heated competition will pause for a moment until Andy Pettitte decides he […]