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2014 Preview and Predictions: AL Central

The pennant race the AL Central provided last season was unexpected, and if my predictions are correct 2014 will be a surprise. Are you familiar with the story of David and Goliath? Well, I think the AL Central might turn into baseball’s modern day version of the famous tale. Here is how I think the […]

Yankees: Hughes vs. Huff

Finally, after the New York Yankees 6-4 win over the White Sox yesterday, skipper Joe Girardi officially demoted pitcher Phil Hughes from the rotation to the bullpen. Even though Hughes gave Girardi no other choice, but to demote him, I want to be clear that he is not the only starter who has failed to live […]

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 […]

Yankees: We are living in an Alex Rodriguez World

The New York Yankees have a lot of problems. CURRENT STATE OF AFFAIRS: Finishing 2-3 in their last five games and last West Coast road trip of the season is not what needed to happen. The Yankees are now 11-15 vs. West Coast teams this season, yuck. The formally known Bronx Bombers are now sitting […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Martin vs Pierzynski

Since the New York Yankees did not make a qualifying offer worth $13.3 million to catcher Russell Martin makes him a free agent, and gives GM Brian Cashman another vacancy to fill. One would believe that Martin is the Yankees first-choice to bring back, as he is familiar with the pitching staff and got two big […]

Yankees Universe: Predictions wanted

The sport of baseball is in a fantastic place right now. The fact is that two of the 10-playoff berths only got locked up yesterday is absurd, considering there are only 12 -14 games left in the regular season. And the two teams who clinched spots were the Washington Nationals and Cincinnati Reds, both NL teams from the East and […]