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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 […]

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: You Are Not Alone

The New York Yankees are not the only team happy that April is finally over, as a few other MLB teams are hoping to turn things around in May. So, here is a quick list of the Yankees and three other troubled teams who should be much better than they were in April: 1 – […]

Yankees are out of Phil Hughes excuses

New York Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes made his second start yesterday afternoon against Los Angeles Angels, and ex-Ranger CJ Wilson. And Hughes preformed exactly how I thought he would, terribly. I have received endless criticism from LLP readers about my harsh stance on Hughes not having the stuff to be a starter; and that his […]

Yankee fans welcomed home Bronx Bombers with open arms

OPENING DAY WAS A GEM…. It was another Opening Day for the books at Yankee Stadium, as fans got to welcome the players, say goodbye to a legend and watch the Bombers beat the Angels 5-0. After a terrible first start against the Rays, pitcher Hiroki Kuroda took to the hill and he was brilliant. […]

Yankees won Baltimore battle but war starts tomorrow vs. Halos

The Yankees finally are back in New York after a road trip where they both got and did some sweeping. After starting the season losing three games to the Rays, the Yankees went into Baltimore and did the opposite against the Orioles. Two of the three wins went into extra innings, but the Yankees battled […]