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Yankees: Kuroda’s consistency continues

In a season where the New York Yankees have been plagued by injuries and sub par performances, one player has stood out among the rest. And that would be starting pitcher Hiroki Kuroda, who dazzled once again last night up in the Bronx. Kuroda lead his Yankees to a 2-1 win over the Angels, throwing […]

Yankees fans not feeling too Wells on twitter

New Yorker’s are never short on words, but Yankees fans take things to a whole new level. I guess you could say we are a passionately opinionated group. So when the news broke that Vernon Wells had waved his clause and was traded (more like dumped) by the Angels to the Yankees it blew the […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Vernon not so Wells

The Los Angeles Angels are supposedly shopping outfielder Vernon Wells, and the New York Yankees are rumored to be the team who is very interested. Now why would the Yankees want Wells? Well, here are some Wells- facts to sleep on: -       2006 signed to a 7-year, $126 million contract with Blue Jays; is considered […]

2012 MLB Power Rankings – Week 13

The 2012 MLB season proves that time does fly when you are having fun, as it is hard to believe that the end of first-half is upon us. This has been one of the most exciting, entertaining and riddled with drama I have ever seen. Nothing about this season is predictable. Teams like the Pirates, […]

Why the Yankees were supposed to lose to Twins

As I was throwing out papers today, I came across the reasons the Yankees were doomed to lose the first game of their series against the Twins. The notes were a mess; as I had written them late on Sunday night but my reasoning actually turned out to be pretty accurate so I thought why […]

Yankees are out of Phil Hughes excuses

New York Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes made his second start yesterday afternoon against Los Angeles Angels, and ex-Ranger CJ Wilson. And Hughes preformed exactly how I thought he would, terribly. I have received endless criticism from LLP readers about my harsh stance on Hughes not having the stuff to be a starter; and that his […]