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2011 MLB: A Cliff Lee Story And A Walk That’s Going To Cost

Texas Rangers ace Cliff Lee had been as close to superhuman as the baseball world had ever seen heading into the 2010 World Series with a 7-0 record. MLB players and fans all around the world were in awe of Lee, and the fact that he was fair game after the conclusion of the World […]

ALCS 2010: Why the New York Yankees Lost

Let me start by saying congratulations to the Texas Rangers. The Rangers are the ALCS Champions and well deserve to be just that after winning Game 6 against the New York Yankees, 6-1. It is a first World Series appearance for the Texas Rangers organization. Texas will face either the Philadelphia Phillies or the San […]

2010 ALCS Game 6: Why Arod’s Bat Will Decide New York Yankees Fate

  History in sports usually has to do with some sort of stat, which can be a predictor for the future regarding similar circumstances. So, with the Yankees down 2-3 in the ALCS series to the Texas Rangers, it got me thinking of how the bats could stay hot for more than just one game. […]

2010 ALCS Game 5: New York Wins And The Real Yankees Are On The Way To Texas

As the saying goes, if you can’t hit the baseball get the hell off the field was the theme coming into Game 5 tonight in the Bronx. Instead, it was the New York Yankees who got the job done beating the Texas Rangers 7-2, in a must-win to stay-in the series game. The Rangers are […]

2010 ALCS Game 4: New York Yankees Lose A Double Tex

Going into Game 4 of the ALCS, the New York Yankees were down 2 games to one to the Texas Rangers. So, it’s understandable how hesitant Yankees fans were to trust the decision of starting AJ Burnett in the most important game of this postseason for New York. Burnett did okay, better than expected but […]

New York Yankees: Not Scoring Runs Just Blame It On The Pitching

The ALCS has not been good for the New York Yankees thus far, but blaming the pitching is just a mask for the real issue. The issue is not hitting, which means runs don’t score. With zero or two as a team’s score, it forces the pitching into having to be almost perfect to get […]