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Yankees: Bronx Bombers stink

Hey, guess what happened up at Yankee Stadium last night? If your answer were the Yankees offense was stale once again, which wasted another picturesque pitching performance this time featuring Hiroki Kuroda, you would be correct. The Yankees bats mustered up one run against the Tampa Bay Rays, who only scored two in total but […]

Yankees: Do you think Derek Jeter needs to move himself?

Let me get right to the point, do you think it is time for the Captain, Derek Jeter to move himself down in the batting order? WHY DID I ANSWERED YES: 1) History doesn’t win games today. Yes, Jeter occupied the Yankees two-hole for the majority of the first 13 seasons of his 20-year career, […]

Yankees: WIN a dream experience with Derek Jeter

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Yankees: You guys are driving me crazy

Let’s be honest, this season scoring five runs or more for the New York Yankees (35-33) is an infrequent occurrence. This makes the days when the Bronx Bombers bats actually manage to go from cold to warm necessary to win. That is why yesterday’s 10-5 loss of the rubber game to the Oakland Athletics (42-27) […]

Yankees: Sabathia needs to eat and Jeter needs to move

After yesterday’s 5-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays, I am running out of excuses to prove looking the other way any longer. As Derek Jeter and CC Sabathia continue to endorse themselves as the New York Yankees two weakest links, maybe they could use some better baseball training equipment, who knows. And regrettably, the […]

Yankees: Not much to say after heartbreaking loss

The New York Yankees lost a 14-inning heartbreak-er early this morning to none other than the Tampa Bay Rays, 10-5. Derek Jeter went 0-7 for the first time in his career, and the Yankees were 1-13 with runners in scoring position (RISP) so my guess is the mood in the clubhouse was probably pretty somber. […]