Finally, the New York Yankees beat the Tampa Bay Rays 6-2; and they did it at Tropicana Field, which ESPN’s Matt Ehalt nicknamed the Yankees “House of Horrors.” With a Baltimore Orioles loss up in Canada, the Yankees stand alone atop the AL East by one-game. The Yankees certainly cut it close, as it is getting […]
There is not much more to say about the New York Yankees. Tragic? Getting there. Heartbreaking? Feels more nauseating. Struggling? I wish but that was last week. Panic? My finger is officially on the button. So, know the question is, are the Yankees in this pennant race or not? What do you think?
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 […]
After watching the New York Yankees, 11-inning loss to the Toronto Blue Jays last night without a doubt I was aggravated. So it I started thinking about the 2012 Yankees, and comparing them to the 2009 World Series Champions. And as usual started writing notes down. So below is my attempt to make sense of […]
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 […]
Are the New York Yankees in serious jeopardy of losing the AL East division to the Tampa Bay Rays? Well, according to MLB Network’s Harold Reynolds it is inevitable. So let’s say this New York nightmare does come true, according to ESPN New York’s Wallace Matthews this team will still be remembered…. If they (the […]