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New York Yankees: TGIF

Waking up yesterday morning, I had that pit in my stomach and you can bet I wasn’t the only New Yorker with that feeling. I had realized that last Friday night might have been the last time I ever would hear ENTER SANDMAN blasting over the speakers at Yankee Stadium. Like most baseball fans, I […]

New York Yankees: David Phelps to start

It is no secret that the New York Yankees plethora of starting pitchinghas been whittled down to scrambling to fix holes left by the absence of Michael Pineda and the inefficiency of Freddy Garcia and Phil Hughes. And thanks to Hughes, Garcia, and after last nights 0-5 defeat at the hands of the Orioles, Ivan Nova, […]

New York Yankees: Things are about to get harder.

After a lovely weekend of taking two of three from the Angels, the Yankees looked good minus Phil Hughes. Last night the Yankees opened a four game set in the Bronx against the Minnesota Twins with a 3-7 loss. It didn’t help that Carl Pavano (aka. American Idle) was on the mound for the Twins, […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Kansas City Royals

Last season the Kansas City Royals finished with a 71-91 record, but regardless of what that record suggests, the team looked a lot better than anyone could have anticipated. Still, Royals fans are frustrated. They are sick of hearing how excited they should be about the future and want to see some results now. Will […]

New York Yankees: Sloppy Play Leads To Second Place

This is going to be a short post, as last nights 11-5 loss to the Kansas City Royals was hard enough to watch and I still am unwinding from it. Why so much distress? It is more like frustration because my tennis coach taught me there were two ways to lose. The first way is […]

New York Yankees: Nova vs. O’Sullivan In Rubber Game

NOVA vs. O’SULLIVAN: In the rubber game Thursday night Yankees rookie Ivan Nova will take the bump, in a game the Yankees would like to win before the Boston Red Sox arrive on Friday for a weekend series. Nova has looked better with each start this season posting a 3-2 record, with a 4.08 ERA […]