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New York Yankees: Snoozing not scoring

After feasting on the Royals, and then sweeping an even weaker ball club in Oakland over this Memorial Day weekend, the New York Yankees headed to Anaheim to face the Angels with a five game winning streak. Well, the Yankees fought for eight innings but unfortunately there are nine innings in a baseball game. The […]

New York Yankees: Why I hope you lose again tonight in Toronto

Watching the New York Yankees lose 8-1 to the Toronto Blue Jays last night has been no different from the other eight losses Yankee fans have had to endure this May. Hiroki Kuroda stunk, as he gave up three homers, seven earned runs in five innings pitched but that didn’t really bother me. Would I have liked to see […]

Yankees Universe trumps Red Sox Nation

DON’T MESS WITH TEX… What started out as a Yankees blowout in Fenway Park, ended in New York win. Starting pitcher Freddy Garcia was worse than horrible, as he even made Phil Hughes look good. The Red Sox feasted on Garcia’s inability to pitch. Boston had a 9-0 lead come the 5th inning and things […]

Yankees win but Red Sox Nation tries to rain on Eric Chavez

 YANKEES KEEP WITH TRADITION AND WIN: It was quite a ceremony in Boston yesterday, as the Red Sox celebrated the 100th year anniversary of their home known as Fenway Park. The New York Yankees had a front row seat, and even came dressed for the occasion wearing vintage uniforms of the New York Highlanders, the […]

New York Yankees: Who was hot

The plain and simple fact is that New York Yankees pitcher Ivan Nova was looking hot. And NO…. I did not mean in a sexual way, but on the mound as Nova was throwing heat last night in his second outing of the spring. Nova pitched four innings, allowing just two hits, no runs and […]

New York Yankees: In Defense Of A-rod Part Deux

October 6, 2011 – It was the bottom of the ninth inning, and the Yankee stadium scoreboard read 3-2. With two out already posted, the fate of the season lied in the bat of baseball’s richest, three-time MVP New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez. That was the calm before the storm in Game 5 of the […]