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Yankees Universe: Predictions wanted

The sport of baseball is in a fantastic place right now. The fact is that two of the 10-playoff berths only got locked up yesterday is absurd, considering there are only 12 -14 games left in the regular season. And the two teams who clinched spots were the Washington Nationals and Cincinnati Reds, both NL teams from the East and […]

New York Yankees: How Lowe can you go

The New York Yankees left Canada with a series win against a battered Toronto Blue Jays but lost their ace CC Sabathiato the 15-day DL with a sore left elbow. This is the second time Sabathia has been injured in 2012, but the first time it was his groin, and not his throwing arm’s elbow. […]

Yankee Stadium was hot but Hughes was not

Starting pitcher Phil Hughes was up to his old tricks yesterday afternoon in the Yankees’ 10-5 rubber-game loss against to the Atlanta Braves. Hughes gave up four homers, six earned runs, with five strikeouts and was out of the game after just 4.1 innings pitched. In his last outing vs. the Nationals, both Hughes and the Yankee […]

New York Yankees are cruising

The New York Yankeesare cruising right along. Since sweeping the Mets, the Bombers won their fourth in-game in row tonight 3-0, in their first of three games vs. the Braves down in Hot-lanta. To give you a better idea of just how well the Yankees have played here are some quick stats: (stats are courtesy […]

2012 MLB Power Rankings – Week 9

There are usually, one or two moments by now that will bore me during a regular MLB season. Well, not in 2012, as this might be the most exciting season in decades. There are so many great teams it is crazy. The AL and NL East’s are as good as it gets but the two […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Atlanta Braves

Heading into 2011, the Atlanta Braves were a championship caliber team and played that way for the first five months of the season. The Braves were the NL’s version of the Red Sox, arriving in September with an 8.5 game lead for the wild card only to blow it and land in a jam. The […]