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Yankees fans practically volunteered to pack Red Sox players suitcases

No one, sans Mets fans, was sad to see the Red Sox go back to Boston; heck I tried to volunteer to help Big Papi pack his suitcase. The first three games, excuse me Yankees losses, in the four game set vs. the Red Sox were absolutely heartbreaking that I really do not want to rehash. […]

Yankees vs. Red Sox: Showdown starts tonight

The Boston Red Sox are a coming; actually the team probably arrived last night but you get the point. As the New York Yankees will host their heated rivals for a four game set up in the Bronx starting tonight. Last time these two teams met up in Boston, things got heated up thanks to Red […]

Yankees: Do you think the Yankees can beat the Red Sox?

The New York Yankees are on their way up to Boston for the weekend to face the Red Sox in Fenway Park for a three game set. Including this weekend’s series the Yankees still have 10 games vs. their divisional rivals this season. With the AL East leading Red Sox clearly having the better year, […]

Yankees: Hughes you stink again

The New York Yankees sent Phil Hughes to the mound last night with high hopes that they could win for a second night vs. the Boston Red Sox. But after two walks, seven strikeouts and five earned runs over, he got yanked in the middle of the fourth innings. Four of those runs came off […]

This New York Yankees fan’s heart is in Boston

Today, baseball can wait. As everyone here in my hometown of New York City thoughts and prayers are with the great city and people of Boston, Massachusetts who are going through a very painful time. It is so hard to comprehend why anyone would want to deliberately hurt others through such acts of violence. So […]

Yankees need to copycat the Red Sox

Enduring the New York Yankees losing the first game of the 2013 season to the Boston Red Sox was not fun. How the Yankees succeeded in sustaining the depressing mood felt during the 2012 ALCS is beyond me. Opening Day is the only game in the 162-game season that every fan-base is assured baseball happiness […]