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Yankees: You are not supposed to lose to the Cubs

Last night was not part of the plan. As watching the Yankees tank, 6-1 against the Cubs, and Masahiro Tanaka get tagged for his first loss in 42 starts was completely unnerving. It marked the 12th lose where the Yankees have scored two or less runs this season One thing is for certain; when the […]

2014 Preview and Predictions: NL Central

Like last season, the 2014 NL Central has a clear top team and clear bottom one, while the biggest storyline will be the fight for second place. But one thing is for sure; the teams and fans in this division are full of grit. Here is how I think the 2014 NL Central will look […]

Yankees: Signing Joe Girardi is a good start

Saying the New York Yankees have a lot of work to do this off-season is the understatement of the century. So far, the Yankees have gotten off to a good start by inking skipper Joe Girardi to a 4-year, for around $16 million this past week. The Yankees were already fielding phone calls from the […]

Yankees: What team isn’t trying to steal our skipper?

The first priority on GM Brian Cashman’s extensive off-season checklist is resigning skipper Joe Girardi, as his contract expired at the end of this past season. Keeping Girardi is absolutely vital more than ever, as he was the team’s nucleus through all the ups and downs that this last year doled out. The Yankees exclusivity […]

Yankees: Cashmans press conference proves it is time to spend to contend

Here we go again, as another off-season full of false promises made by the New York Yankees ownership has already begun. In case you missed it, yesterday, GM Brian Cashman held his annual end-of-season press conference but on the wrong end of October. The Yankees GM answered everything asked from this past season’s failures to […]

Yankees: Mad props to Baby Steinbrenner for Alfonso Soriano

Welcome back Alfonso Soriano!  As New York Yankees fans couldn’t be happier to have Soriano back in the Bronx again. Since getting traded back from the Chicago Cubs to the Yankees, Soriano has hit 21 RBIs, seven homers, two doubles, three walks and 40 total bases. Soriano still strikes out like you read about with […]