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Yankees: 17 mid-season stats and facts you want to know

How are the 2014 New York Yankees looking at the unofficial mark of baseball’s mid-season, the All-Star Break? Tell me after you read these 17 stats and facts about the Bronx Bombers first 94 games of the season. The Yankees have a road record of 29-24, with a run differential of +8. At home in […]

Tickets For Yankees – Rays Series 45% Below Yanks Home Average

Prior to the season it’d be considered a big deal any time the Tampa Bay Rays appeared on the New York Yankees schedule, but that’s certainly no longer the case. Currently Yankees tickets are averaging $82.14 for the upcoming series, which is 45 percent below the season average. The Rays have been a huge disappointment […]

Yankees: Doubly bad weekend in the Bronx

My dad used to always say, “You can lead a horse to water, but you cannot make him drink.” So, when the New York Yankees (41-39) lost the rubber game to the Boston Red Sox (38-44) last night, 8-5 yesterday, it was more than just a typical, regular season series to blow. Heading into the […]

Yankees: Twofer weekend in the Bronx vs. Red Sox

After hitting the walk-off winning homer last Friday night vs. the Orioles, New York Yankees DH, Carlos Beltran told the NY Post, “Baseball is a long season and there’s gonna be a lot of ups and downs. I feel like early in the year we weren’t clicking. Right now the chemistry is good. … When […]

Yankees: Moneyball vs Stankees

There is no kind way to put this other than the New York Yankees stink right now. Watching them lose again last night, 10-2 to the Seattle Mariners, was mind-numbingly disturbing, as it exposed the Yankees from all directions. At 29-27, the Yankees are barely hanging on to second place in the AL East and […]

Yankees fans not cheering for Cano was ludicrous

“YOU-SOLD-OUT! YOU-SOLD-OUT! YOU-SOLD-OUT!” That was the welcoming Robinson Cano got from Yankees fans last night in his first at-bat in the Bronx since joining the Mariners in the off-season. Not a thank you for playing on average 160 games a season; or appreciation for being one of the best players in baseball for the last […]