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Yankee fans are ready to welcome Youks to the Bronx

New York Yankee fans need to relax, big time! Kevin Youkilis might play for the Yankees, but he will forever be a Boston Red Sox in my mind. So earlier this week when Youkilis told ESPN New York, “I’ll always be a Red Sox,” personally, I found it refreshingly honest. The problem is the majority […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Youks welcome to the Bronx

For almost a decade if anyone heard Kevin Youkilis and New York Yankeesin the same sentence you can bet that it was not friendly banter. So a week ago, when Yankees beat writer Bryan Hoch confirmed the rumor of the Yankees making a $12-million, one-year offer to the ex-Red Sox, I honestly didn’t know what to […]

Watching the Red Sox through Yankee glasses

First off, I well aware that the Boston Red Sox have been in cahoots since their collapse last September but last night in the Bronx definitely iced the cake. I mean the Red Sox really stink. After watching the Yankees basically take batting practice off, one-time future ace and 2010 All-Star, Clay Buchholz, all I felt was […]

Red Sox ruin everything even Yankees rivalry

For over 100 years, the Red Sox and Yankees, the two most storied franchises in baseball, have shared the most heated rivalry in all of American sports. Or I guess more correctly had, as anyone watching the Red Sox’s lackluster play this past weekend in the Bronx would have to agree that this rivalry is […]

Yankees vs. Team USA

The heart-stopping days where watching a Yankees-Red Sox game was about the best thing since sliced bread now seem like a distant memory even though the rivalry has only been stale for a few years. Long gone are those infamous bench-clearing brawls, and 5-hour games that you never wanted to end. Maybe it is not the end […]

Yankees win but Red Sox Nation tries to rain on Eric Chavez

 YANKEES KEEP WITH TRADITION AND WIN: It was quite a ceremony in Boston yesterday, as the Red Sox celebrated the 100th year anniversary of their home known as Fenway Park. The New York Yankees had a front row seat, and even came dressed for the occasion wearing vintage uniforms of the New York Highlanders, the […]