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2012 MLB Power Rankings – Week 12

Another week closer to the half-way mark of the 2012 MLB season and teams are battling all over baseball. In the NL West the 2nd place Dodgers have hit just 6 homers, and the 1st place SF Giants made them miss Matt Kemp. In the AL West the Halos are leading almost every hitting category for the […]

Yankee Stadium was hot but Hughes was not

Starting pitcher Phil Hughes was up to his old tricks yesterday afternoon in the Yankees’ 10-5 rubber-game loss against to the Atlanta Braves. Hughes gave up four homers, six earned runs, with five strikeouts and was out of the game after just 4.1 innings pitched. In his last outing vs. the Nationals, both Hughes and the Yankee […]

Yankees continue to beat themselves

Heading into last night’s game the Yankees were the hottest team in baseball until the Bombers bombed, losing 4-3 to the Atlanta Braves last night; and here we go again. The moaning about the nine runners the Yankees left on base has already been resonating all over twitter. Luckily most fans don’t seem to know […]

2012 MLB Power Rankings – Week 9

There are usually, one or two moments by now that will bore me during a regular MLB season. Well, not in 2012, as this might be the most exciting season in decades. There are so many great teams it is crazy. The AL and NL East’s are as good as it gets but the two […]

New York Yankees: Double whammy week

This week may be the most significant for New York Yankees since the start of the 2012 season. Not only will the Bombers be fighting to steal first place in the AL East, but also New York City. Starting tomorrow night, the Yankees begin a three-game set against the divisional leading Tampa Bay Rays. Immediately […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: New York Mets

Since their infamous 2007 collapse, the New York Mets just can’t seem to get a break. Last season the Mets finished fourth in the NL East winning with a 77-85 record, which is not so bad considering the team was riddled with injuries. The Mets and their fans have to believe that things will get […]