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Yankees battle continues on Yawkey Way

The New York Yankees are in Boston today to start a three game set at Fenway Park vs. the Red Sox. It feels like ions ago when the above statement would electrify baseball fans everywhere but sadly one of greatest rivalry in sports got wrecked right on Yawkey Way when the Red Sox had a […]

Yankees are October bound: A conspiracy theory

Last night vs. the Baltimore Orioles was the most positive game I have seen the New York Yankeesplay in six weeks. Yes, I am aware that the Yankees lost the game 10-6; and that for the second time this week the Yankees share first-place with their current AL East hosts. Now, try to brush those […]

Yankees Labor Day Weekend review

What did I learn watching the New York Yankees over Labor Day Weekend? The GOOD: 1 – Robertson to Soriano combo are still consistently solid as set-up and closer. 2 – According to the NY Post, A-rod should be back today; ESPN reported that Southpaw Andy Pettitte threw a 35-pitch bullpen over the weekend and […]

New York Yankees: 2009 vs. 2012

After watching the New York Yankees, 11-inning loss to the Toronto Blue Jays last night without a doubt I was aggravated. So it I started thinking about the 2012 Yankees, and comparing them to the 2009 World Series Champions. And as usual started writing notes down. So below is my attempt to make sense of […]

Yankee fans October predictions

The month of September is a great time for baseball. And 2012 appears to be another battle to the finish line. And mind you this is in the aftermath of one of the best finishes to a regular season ever in 2011. Is it the added Wild Card team? Well, the new format defiantly makes […]

The 2011 New York Yankees Team Was Built To Win This WS

With each fleeting game, my attempts not to notice the absence of the 2011 New York Yankees in the World Series is wearing thin. The more I watch the Texas Rangers and the St. Louis Cardinals play, the more I realize that the 2011 Bombers were truly molded to win this postseason. With only five […]