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New York Yankees: Surviving August Schedule

Even with the disaster happening out on the West Coast, the New York Yankees are still sitting comfortably atop the AL Eastdespite losing five of their last six games and losing Alex Rodriquez to a fractured left hand. What worries me is that fans don’t realize that even though October might look close on the calendar […]

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 Team Preview: Cleveland Indians

The 2011 Cleveland Indians came out of the gate hot last season, and were first in the AL Central up until July 20th having won 51 games. Following that day, the Tribe only won 29 more games in 2011, and finished the season a distant second with 15 games separating them and the division leading […]

New York Yankees: Mitre, Hughes and Why Joe Girardi Is Not Doing His Job

What happened to the New York Yankees, Wednesday night in Cleveland, other than Captain Derek Jeter now having just three hits remaining before getting a membership in the 3000 club? Well, the Yankees lost the rubber game 5-3 to the Indians. It was the Bombers first series loss since being swept by the Boston Red […]

New York Yankees: Do You Want The Truth About Pitcher Phil Hughes

Back in his old stomping ground of Progressive Field, New York Yankees ace CC Sabathia gave another All-Star performance on Tuesday night. Throwing seven innings of shutout ball, Sabathia fanned 11 Cleveland Indians on his way to leading the Yankees to a 9-2 win and making sure to stop a three-game losing streak. Since the […]

Home-Stand From Hell: Injury Update On New York Yankees Captain

The New York Yankees home-stand nightmare continued on Monday night in the fifth inning. On a hit fly out, Captain Derek Jeter suffered obvious calf pain in his right leg as he was running out of the batter’s box. Jeter immediately went straight down the stairs into the clubhouse with the Yankees trainer, Gene Monahan […]