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Yankees: Tanaka Time Tonight

After watching the Mets win the first game of the Subway Series, 9-6, it didn’t seem like things could get much worse for the Yankees. Well, never say never as the Mets bludgeoned the Yankees again last night, 12-7. That marked the Yankees fourth loss in a row, which makes them just another .500 team […]

Subway Series: Yankees vs Wheeler

With the New York Yankees injuries continuing to pile up, wins are getting harder to come by and the team is starting to slide fast. After losing their third game in a row to the Mets last night, the Yankees are now tied third in the AL East with the Red Sox at 19-18. Tonight, […]

Yankees: Stinky start to Subway Series

There is no sugar-coating this one, as the New York Mets flat-out beat the New York Yankees, 9-7 in the first game of the 19th annual Subway Series. No doubt, this was a bad loss for the Yankees. Even with the confines of Yankees Stadium being a hitters dream, letting the offensively anemic Mets score […]

Yankees: What beating Boston tonight means?

I will get right to the point. Beating Boston tonight could benefit the Yankees in more ways than one. TRUST Last season, the playoff-less Yankees went 6-13 against the now reining World Champion Red Sox; and the embarrassment is still fresh in New York. The 2013 Yankees lost the fan base’s faith, and winning is […]

2014 Preview and Predictions: NL East

I find the East to be the least thrilling division in the National League, as it was more fun to watch when the Phillies and Mets were at the top. Here is how I think the 2014 NL East standings will look like: *Division Winner Washington Nationals – The Nationals are only in the top […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Does Carlos Beltran really want to play in the American League?

The latest rumor coming out of Yankee-land is that owner Hal Steinbrenner and GM Brian Cashman made an offer to outfielder Carlos Beltran of 2-years at $28 million. Supposedly, Beltran wants a three-year deal but the Yankees won’t budge, and I don’t blame them. Beltran turns 37-years old this April, and his age alone is […]