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2014 Preview and Predictions: AL Central

The pennant race the AL Central provided last season was unexpected, and if my predictions are correct 2014 will be a surprise. Are you familiar with the story of David and Goliath? Well, I think the AL Central might turn into baseball’s modern day version of the famous tale. Here is how I think the […]

How the Yankees got to one game back in AL Wild Card?

As of today, the New York Yankees sit one game back in the AL Wild Card standings. And this has made Yankees haters confused, and of course angry again. As many have asked me, how are the too old, too injured and already declared postseason-less Bronx Bombers still very much alive? Well i told them […]

Yankees: The real truth about Mariano Rivera returning

According to the NY Times, this past Saturday New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman confirmed that star closer Mariano Riverawill return in 2013; it will be the 43-year olds 19th season in pinstripes. I heard the news yesterday via the back cover of the NY Post, and my initial response was not what it would have been […]

New York Yankees: Champions cannot only feast on the weak

The New York Yankees are verifying exactly what fans didn’t want to admit, that the Bombers are a sham. Maybe the above is a bit harsh but reality is the 2012 Yankees are really good leaving runners on base and covering it up by feasting on weaker teams to stay in reaching distance in the […]

Yankees skipper names Soriano the new Mariano

After Tuesday nights much-needed 3-2 win in the Bronx, New York Yankees skipper Joe Girardi said that Rafael Soriano will be his closer going forward according to Zach Schobrun of the New York Times. This makes complete sense as Soriano has a proven track record in the role, as he racked up 45 saves, the most saves in the […]

New York Yankees: Trusting Hughes too soon

Other than the New York Yankees winning their second series in a row over the weekend vs. the Mariners, once again it seems that pitcher Phil Hughes has managed to keep his spot in the starting rotation. I will be the first to admit that Hughes pitched better in his last two starts, which were against […]