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Yankees: Almost forgot about Phil Hughes

Pitcher Phil Hughes is back in the Bronx, as he will be taking the hill for the first time not in New York Yankees pinstripes but as part of the Minnesota Twins rotation. With so many new additions to the Yankees, and no Mark Teixeira in the lineup due to his bum wrist, again it […]

Yankees: What beating Boston tonight means?

I will get right to the point. Beating Boston tonight could benefit the Yankees in more ways than one. TRUST Last season, the playoff-less Yankees went 6-13 against the now reining World Champion Red Sox; and the embarrassment is still fresh in New York. The 2013 Yankees lost the fan base’s faith, and winning is […]

Yankees – Giants fans are starting to panic

As a New York sports fan, losing is something I haven’t gotten very used too. See, I was born into a Yankees and Giants fan-family. And fortunately, thanks to my age, I did not give a hoot about either team until the mid 1990’s. So my sports fan hood started at a pretty ideal time. […]

Yankees: Seeing Derek Jeter finally

The 2013 season has been full of more downs than ups for the New York Yankees. Over the last decade Yankee fans had grown accustomed to watching big stars; seeing lots of home runs; and a team whose regular season was just a road to October. If anything, this year has been a wake-up call […]

Yankees Fans: Time you do the Wright thing and VOTE

Ok Yankees fans it is time to do the Wright thing. As New Yorkers it is out duty to guarantee that the Mets Captain, third baseman David Wright starts the 2013 All-Star Game at Citi-Field on July 16th. Not a Mets fan? So what you could be a Red Sox fan who calls the Big […]

Yankees Ichiro and Kuroda bring Japanese pride to the Bronx

Usually admitting when you are wrong can sometimes be a good thing, and I was wrong about Ichiro Suzuki. When the Yankees announced that they had traded for the Mariners biggest star outfielder, I did not think that it was a great idea. I had figured that helping the lull in ticket sales at Yankee […]