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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 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 […]

MLB Power Rankings: Yankees drop on August 24

Are the New York Yankees in serious jeopardy of losing the AL East division to the Tampa Bay Rays? Well, according to MLB Network’s Harold Reynolds it is inevitable. So let’s say this New York nightmare does come true, according to ESPN New York’s Wallace Matthews this team will still be remembered…. If they (the […]

MLB Power Rankings: On August 3 and Yankees fall from the top

Over the last two weeks the New York Yankees have been playing bad baseball; and on top of that are now sans slugger Mark Teixeira but for how long is the question. The Bombers start a 20-game stretch today and guess we will see if their 6.5-game lead is enough to stay atop the AL […]

MLB Power Rankings: July 27 and Yankees are barely on top

The New York Yankees had a rough time on the West Coast but even after going 2-5 and losing A-rod, the Bombers still own the best record in the AL. What the Yankees do now share is the best record in baseball, as the Washington Nationals also have a 59-39 record after their win over […]