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2011 Rawlings Gold Glove Awards Winners Announced

The 2011 Rawlings Gold Glove Awards winners were announced and here are the recipients:     CONGRATULATIONS to all the 2011 Gold Glove Winners!         Don’t think I didn’t notice that not one New York Yankee won a Gold Glove for the 2011 season, which makes this award lose a lot credibility, as the results […]

MLB: 2011 Comeback Players Of The Year Award Winners

MLB announced that Red Sox’s Jacoby Ellsbury (AL) and Cardinals Lance Berkman (NL) as the winners of the 2011 Comeback Player of The Year Awards. LANCE BERKMAN: Berkman would have gotten my vote as his career looked to be in the toilet the moment he got traded from the Astros to the Yankees. Berkman was […]

New York Yankees: Most Valuable Player

Without question New York Yankees Curtis Granderson is having an MVP worthy season, but the odds are stacked that he won’t win it. The one reason being that the BBWAA (Baseball Writers Association of America) has not voted an AL player the MVP with a below .300 average since Alex Rodriguez won the honor posting […]

New York Yankees: I Want My, I Want My, I Want My MVP

Like any avid baseball fan, the MLB Network has quickly become my favorite channel. The channel provides the latest updates, shifts around the daily games and provides a variety of opinions from former players to GMs. Still, as a New York Yankee fan I watch on high alert, aware of the lack of love the […]

Lady Loves Pinstripes: 2011 MLB First-Half Season’s Winners And Losers

The MLB All-Star Break features a game played based on the fans favorite players and the winner gets home field advantage in the World Series. It also represents the halfway point of the grueling 162 game-season. So, with 81 down and 81 to go, how was the first-half of 2011? Well, it has exceeded my […]

New York Yankees: Curious About Bartolo Colon And Not Jose Bautista

Let me start by saying that I am not accusing Bartolo Colon or Jose Bautista of any misconduct regarding MLB’s Performance Enhancing Drugs Policies. I am merely conveying a comparison of two players who are playing well beyond what seems humanly capable. The two happen to be playing each other tonight at Yankee Stadium, where […]