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Subway Series: Yankees vs. Mets

The 17th annual Subway Series (first was in 1997) starts tonight at Citi-Field, and other than sharing a city these two New York teams are heading in very different directions. As this sorrowful story line has not changed since 2009; the Yankees keep on winning, while the Mets cannot stop losing. The Bronx Bombers are sitting atop the AL […]

New York Yankees: Top 3 non-baseball reasons Opening Day was awful

I hate to admit this, but 2013 Opening Day at Yankee Stadium was awful. Forget the 8-2 loss to the Red Sox, and that the Yankees could not muster up a hit after the fifth inning. The only smart thing I did yesterday was exit the game early with the rest of the Stadium because […]

Yankees Hot Stove: RA to AL East

  FOX Sports Jon Morosi AND Ken Rosenthal just reported that the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Mets have officially agreed on a trade sending 2012 CY Young winner RA Dickey to Canada for a handful of very talented prospects. The deal’s only hold-up was that Dickey wanted a well-deserved contract extension, and the […]

Yankees Hot Stove: RA Dickey

New York Yankees Brian Cashman is one of 30 GMs in Indian Wells, Californiaat the annual GM meetings, where the biggest news happens in hotel suites as it is considered baseball’s annual trade fair. GMs offer up players they are willing to listen to offers on, as trades and free-agent signings are typical with usually […]

Subway Series: Mets vs. Yankee Chickens

The 2012 Subway Series part two starts tonight, as it is a battle for bragging rights in the Big Apple. The Yankees, who Mets pitcher Frank Francisco called “THOSE CHICKENS” to the NY Post earlier today, swept the Amazins’ two weeks ago in the Bronx. Francisco said the Yankees “complain too much,” well the Yankees certainly weren’t […]

2012 MLB Power Rankings – Week 10

As inter-league play continues to roll, the AL is still better than the NL but not by much like in the past. The Yankees are the hottest team in baseball, and as usual the Bombers are feasting on NL teams sweeping both the Mets and Braves this past week. Up next the Yankees play three against […]