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Yankees Robbie Cano deserves to go

Did ya not know where New York Yankees Robinson Cano deserves to go? Well, it is Kansas City, Missouri as one of the 2012 AL All-Star representative. Cano has without question been the best second baseman in the American League so far this season; and he deserves to start in the 2012 All-Star Game on […]

New York Yankees: Whom should Cano choose for home-run derby?

New York Yankees slugger Robinson Cano was officially named captain of the 2012 AL Home Run Derby team, and LA Dodgers Matt Kemp the captain of the NL squad. Cano and Mr. Cano’s performance in the 2011 HR Derby was one for the history books, as it reminded fans why they love baseball so much. […]

New York Yankees: Sorry Big Papi No Room In Big Apple

“There’s too much drama, man,” … “There’s too much drama. I have been thinking about a lot of things. I don’t know if I want to be part of this drama for next year.” – David Ortiz That was the answer given by Boston Red Sox David Ortiz, when asked during an interview by ESPN’s […]

New York Yankees Vs. Boston Red Sox: Pitching Will Dictate Rivalry

With #600 now in the past, the New York Yankees are ready to take on their rivals, the Boston Red Sox. Boston has been hit hard with the unfortunate injury bug. Making the six and a half games the Red Sox need to catch the first place Yankees, who are tied with Tampa Bay Rays, […]

Philadelphia Phillies Are Dumb To Trade Jayson Werth

The last week before the MLB trade deadline on July 31st is usually an eventful and dramatic couple of days up until the last second. The players who are on the trading block are not exciting and certainly bring no guarantee. The only proven difference-maker was SP Cliff Lee, who was traded to the Texas […]

Inter-league Games Between Two Unequal Leagues

The Yankees are back home, not much has changed in regards to catching the Tampa Bay Rays who have held onto first place in the AL East all season. The Yankees are still two games behind, but continue to keep themselves the wild card team. As I predicted, the Toronto Blue Jays have fallen to […]