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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: Will Texas Rangers Cliff Lee Give Or Get A Bronx Bombing?

The moment the Texas Rangers‘ Cliff Lee hurled his last strike Tuesday night; he not only killed the Tampa Bay Rays‘ postseason dreams, but also gave the New York Yankees an official ALCS opponent for Game One on Friday night. The Yankees will fly down to Texas to face the Rangers in the seven-game ALCS […]

ALCS 2010: The Yankees’ Cliff Lee Conspiracy Theory

There is not much going wrong for the New York Yankees, after sweeping the Minnesota Twins easily to advance to the ALCS. However it happened, this is not the same team who finished off 2010 regular season barely breathing. Resembling championship form almost overnight has caused rumors to swirl for the sudden upgraded play. Maybe […]

New York Yankees: Six Days Off ‘Til ALCS Against Texas Rangers or Tampa Bay Rays

The New York Yankees are on their way to another ALCS after sweeping the Minnesota Twins for the second postseason in a row. Phil Hughes, in his first postseason start, pitched a gem on Saturday night, going seven solid innings and allowing no runs to score. It was a real boost for the team going […]

Underestimating Underdogs: New York Yankees Beat Minnesota Twins Again

Before the start of the 2010 ALDS, the state of the New York Yankees went as follows: Fact…. the New York Yankees are looking old. Fact…. the Yankees played awful baseball in September. Finishing the month with a 12-15 record and playing under .500 baseball for the first time since April 2008. They lost 7 […]

ESPN Reminds New York Yankees How to Bomb in the Postseason

On Tuesday nights, ESPN’s creative and compelling 30 for 30 documentary series airs. Each episode is a mini-documentary film about the biggest sports stories over the 30 years ESPN has been around and also directed by 30 different filmmakers, hence the title. Passionate sports fans are completely immersed in every documentary because even if you […]