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Yankees: Whom do you blame for this disaster?

The 2013 New York Yankees are about to slam the door on the season. After getting swept by the below .500 Chicago White Sox, the Yankees are barely hanging on to fourth place in the AL East, and are 11.5 games behind the first place Red Sox. Since returning from the All-Star Break on July […]

Yankees: Armageddon in the Bronx

Heading into this season we all knew the Yankees offense was going to be an issue. The big question was how bad would it get before the injured stars would come to the rescue. Not to give credit to this makeshift group of Yankees, as they exceeded expectations to remain atop the AL East a […]

Yankees: Unfortunately we haven’t bought anything thus far

Have you heard this one? A man and his wife are walking down a busy city street when they see a giant billboard that reads: 16 Billion and counting…. “National Deficit?” asks the wife. Her husband replied, “No dummy it is the New York Yankees payroll.” Ok maybe not that specific joke, but certainly its […]

Yankees: Who do you think is April’s MVP

The New York Yankees continue to grind up wins, as they beat the Blue Jays in the Bronx last night with a score of 5-3. Hiroki Kuroda was on the bump and struggled out of the gate, as he gave up two homers, which lead to three runs on the board from the get-go. Kuroda still managed to throw […]

2013 New York Yankees: TBD

Who are the 2013 New York Yankees?  That is the general question I try to answer anytime I write a team’s preview. The preview itself is my attempt to forecast the outcome of the upcoming 162-game season. Regardless of whom I am previewing there will always be questions that only time can answer. No team […]

AL East: O’s, Yankees, Rays, Jays, Red Sox a preview to my preview

Prophesying the infamous American League East has never been as hard as it is now. The dominant days when the division belonged to the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox are long gone. It started in 2008 when the Tampa Bay Rays dropped ‘devil’ from their namesake. The just Rays made it all the […]