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New York Yankees: Quick June facts

As an old Japanese proverbsays: “It is better to be the head of chicken than the rear end of an ox” And so far in the month of June the Yankees have played pretty awesome, even with the Captain’s head was imposed on a chicken. Here are some quick Yankee facts for June: -        A […]

2012 MLB Power Rankings – Week 9

There are usually, one or two moments by now that will bore me during a regular MLB season. Well, not in 2012, as this might be the most exciting season in decades. There are so many great teams it is crazy. The AL and NL East’s are as good as it gets but the two […]

2012 MLB Power Rankings – Week 8

And the baseball drama continues, as no division is safe in the 2012 season. Competition is ridiculously fierce, but the injuries are getting out-of-hand. Teams have to continue on without their stars, like the Phillies sans ace Roy Halladay; the dominating Dodgers without their dominator Matt Kemp; and the Cardinals add Lance Berkman to the […]

New York Yankees: One Sox Down, Six Soxs To Go And A New Attitude

The New York Yankees won the first game in Chicago 3-2, as Ozzie and his White Sox just couldn’t muster much even against off a so-so CC Sabathia. An off night for Sabathia was still good enough to earn him his MLB leading 16th win, with just enough help from the Yankee bats to make […]

2011 New York Yankees: What Do May, June And # 28 Have In Common?

New York Yankees ace CC Sabathia earned his second win, as the team whacked the Chicago White Sox right out of the Bronx after Thursday night’s 12-3 win and spilting the four game set with Ozzie’s boys. The Bombers have been cruising right along in April, and certainly earning their nickname leading the Majors with […]

Bartolo Colon: CY Young Zero To New York Yankees Hero? Who Knew

After winning the 2005 CY Young Award (MVP for pitching), Bartolo Colon went from pitching hero to CY Young zero pretty quickly. Physically, Colon was never the poster boy for anything athletic. Standing at 5’11 and hovering around 250 lbs. certainly explained the numerous injuries, which understandably exhibited a poor and lazy attitude. In 2005, […]