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New York Yankees: Terrible Tuesday

It is crunch time in MLB, as teams will battle for a coveted spot in October till the bitter end. The New York Yankees are right in the mix, but until any team clinches my advice is not to presume anything; as presumption is the mother of all… get it? So one would think as […]

Bronx Bombers Not Scared Of Anyone Especially Not Rangers

The New York Yankees are now a game ahead in front of the Boston Red Sox thanks to the Texas Rangers, who shut them down 4-0 yesterday, as the Bombers were enjoying their last off day. The next seven days for the Yankees start off in the Bronx with three against the Oakland A’s, before […]

New York Yankees: Falling Asleep Watching The Red Sox Sweep

Getting swept is not fun for any team that. Doing it at your home ballpark, in front of your fans makes it sting a lot more. Add the above to the culprits are your team’s biggest rivals, and what is even worse…this is not the first time, but the second time it has happened in […]

New York Yankees-Minnesota Twins ALDS Series Breakdown, Part 1

The Wild Card New York Yankees will start the postseason in Minnesota against the AL Central Champion Twins. Both teams will be critique over the next three days, as the sports media and baseball fans will express their opinions while trying to predict the outcome. Being that I get questioned constantly about the Yankees, I […]

New York Yankees Start Postseason in Minnesota on Wednesday Night

The New York Yankees had a rough September, posting a 14-16 record for the month, and finalized it by losing the AL East to the Tampa Bay Rays. Regardless, getting closer to the goal of repeating entails making the postseason and that first step has been accomplished. Coming in as the wild card team has […]

New York Yankees: Stop Losing, Start Playing

In 2009, the New York Yankees treated each game with the same sense of urgency. Winning wasn’t just the team’s job, it was what each player wanted and there were no excuses. The pattern was if one Yankee player’ slumped, another teammate or multiple would pick up the slack. It was no BS baseball, but […]