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Yankees are October bound: A conspiracy theory

Last night vs. the Baltimore Orioles was the most positive game I have seen the New York Yankeesplay in six weeks. Yes, I am aware that the Yankees lost the game 10-6; and that for the second time this week the Yankees share first-place with their current AL East hosts. Now, try to brush those […]

Come on Yankees I am on vacation

After enduring the New York Yankees latest series loss to a struggling and AL East foe, the Toronto Blue Jays, it is pretty hard to deny what is possibly happening here. And that is the fact that this 2012 pinstripe squad is not competing like a team that is postseason bound; not even close. Personally, I am […]

Yankee fans October predictions

The month of September is a great time for baseball. And 2012 appears to be another battle to the finish line. And mind you this is in the aftermath of one of the best finishes to a regular season ever in 2011. Is it the added Wild Card team? Well, the new format defiantly makes […]

New York Yankees: Surviving August Schedule

Even with the disaster happening out on the West Coast, the New York Yankees are still sitting comfortably atop the AL Eastdespite losing five of their last six games and losing Alex Rodriquez to a fractured left hand. What worries me is that fans don’t realize that even though October might look close on the calendar […]

Yankees vs. Rays: Bombers want to get back on top

The last time the New York Yankees were in first-place in the AL East was back on April 24th, but thanks to the 10-strikeout, 7 1/3 innings performance by veteran southpaw Andy Pettitte, the Bombers now stand within striking distance. At just a half-game back from their current opponents, the AL East leading Tampa Bay […]

New York Yankees: Are you going to sink or swim?

SUNDAY SUMMARY: The New York Yankees wrapped up the four game series in Kansas City with a 10-4 win, splitting the series 2-2 with the Royals. Phil Hughes got the win, and he did pitch better but reality is the Yankee bats were really responsible for the win yesterday. As Ibanez and Granderson each had […]