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Yankees: Holy Hal is about to break loose in the Bronx

Since getting embarrassingly swept out of the 2012 ALCS at the hands of the Detroit Tigers, the New York Yankees have been all about the drama. Starting with a turbulent off-season, where Yankees fans learned that the late, great George Steinbrenner’s definition of winning was not passed down to his son and inherited team owner, […]

Yankees: Whom do you blame for this disaster?

The 2013 New York Yankees are about to slam the door on the season. After getting swept by the below .500 Chicago White Sox, the Yankees are barely hanging on to fourth place in the AL East, and are 11.5 games behind the first place Red Sox. Since returning from the All-Star Break on July […]

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 Trade Rumor: Alfonso Soriano

Alfonso Soriano. A name very recognizable to Yankees fans as Soriano was the key piece in the trade that brought Ales Rodriguez to the Bronx from Arlington, TX back in 2003. And according to a tweet courtesy of ESPN’s Buster Onley, there is one thing keeping Soriano from being back in pinstripes once again. As […]

Yankees: You are breaking my heart

Last night’s 7-8, 11th inning loss to the Boston Red Sox might have been the icing on the cake. Clearly it time is up for the New York Yankees, as holding down the fort is no longer a practical game plan. The Yankees losing two of three games up in Fenway Park to start the […]

Yankees: Midseason report card

The All-Star break is finally here, and it could not have come any sooner. After witnessing a weekend where the New York Yankees lost their first series to the Minnesota Twins since 2001 put the icing on the cake of what has been a grueling first half. Starting out the season sans Derek Jeter, Curtis […]