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Yankees Vs. Royals: How Are Things In Kansas City?

The New York Yankees are back home to host the Kansas City Royals for three games. Let’s take a look at what Kansas City has been up in 2011 before the series starts: 2011 Kansas City Royals: The Royals have won six of their last 10 games and are currently in second place in the […]

2011 MLB Team Preview: Minnesota Twins

Two-time reigning AL Central Champions; the Minnesota Twins are looking to three-peat in 2011. For the Twins and their loyal fans, the postseason has been bittersweet, not being able to get past the ALDS or more specifically the New York Yankees. The Evil Empire has the Twins number, sweeping the series both in 2009 and […]

Breaking News: Tigers All-Star Miguel Cabrera Gets DWI In Florida

I first heard the sad news on ESPN’s Mike and Mike radio show, that five time All-Star, Miguel Cabrera was arrested and charges for a DWI down in Port St. Lucie, FL. Here is the story from the Associated Press. Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera charged with DUI in Fla. The Associated Press Thursday, February 17, 2011; […]

Jumping The Gun: 7 MLB Headlines You Might Be Reading At 2011 All-Star Break

Every MLB season, the All-Star break is viewed as the halfway point of the 162 games season. Even with still a lot of baseball to play, this is the time when a team’s reputation and attitude have been backed by enough play on the field. At this point, there are the obvious observations that only […]

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 […]

Three American League Teams Baseball Fans Will Miss in 2010 Playoffs

With the regular season about to end, playoff spots are getting filled by eight of the 30 MLB teams who compete each season. For players on the Yankees and Phillies, October is a familiar time of year but for many it will remain a mystery. What is so crazy about baseball is an ace like […]