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Yankees: Tanaka Time Tonight

After watching the Mets win the first game of the Subway Series, 9-6, it didn’t seem like things could get much worse for the Yankees. Well, never say never as the Mets bludgeoned the Yankees again last night, 12-7. That marked the Yankees fourth loss in a row, which makes them just another .500 team […]

Yankees Hot Stove Rumors: Don’t let the Grandyman move to Queens

Curtis Granderson gave the New York Yankees the Heisman yesterday when he said no thank you to the $14.1 million qualifying offer that was on the table for the 2014 season. Looking at the bigger picture, the 33-year old Grandyman will garner multi-year deals on the free agent market from other teams; so not accepting […]

Yankees: You can help turn Houdini into an All-Star

New York Yankees reliever David Robertson, aka Houdini has made the final ballot to make the 2013 AL All-Star team. Yankee fans know how cutch D-Rob has been in the Bronx, as he is arguably the best 8th inning man in MLB today. Let’s make sure when the AL Team takes the field on July […]

Yankees: Do you know the Mets big reason to want to win?

After losing the third game 8-3, but winning the series, this past weekend to the Rays, the New York Yankees headed into the Subway Series tied for first place in the AL East. Now a day later the Yankees sit in second place in the division for the first time in three weeks. And they […]

Subway Series: Yankees vs. Mets

The 17th annual Subway Series (first was in 1997) starts tonight at Citi-Field, and other than sharing a city these two New York teams are heading in very different directions. As this sorrowful story line has not changed since 2009; the Yankees keep on winning, while the Mets cannot stop losing. The Bronx Bombers are sitting atop the AL […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: New York Mets

Since their infamous 2007 collapse, the New York Mets just can’t seem to get a break. Last season the Mets finished fourth in the NL East winning with a 77-85 record, which is not so bad considering the team was riddled with injuries. The Mets and their fans have to believe that things will get […]