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Yankees Hot Stove: Tootles Tanaka

The New York Times reported yesterday that the Rakuten Golden Eagles will not be posting Japanese pitching sensation Masahiro Tanaka even though he has stated his wish to come to play in the United States. Nothing has been made official but according to the article, the Golden Eagles are going to double or triple Tanaka’s current $4 million salary […]

Yankee fans welcomed home Bronx Bombers with open arms

OPENING DAY WAS A GEM…. It was another Opening Day for the books at Yankee Stadium, as fans got to welcome the players, say goodbye to a legend and watch the Bombers beat the Angels 5-0. After a terrible first start against the Rays, pitcher Hiroki Kuroda took to the hill and he was brilliant. […]

Yankees won Baltimore battle but war starts tomorrow vs. Halos

The Yankees finally are back in New York after a road trip where they both got and did some sweeping. After starting the season losing three games to the Rays, the Yankees went into Baltimore and did the opposite against the Orioles. Two of the three wins went into extra innings, but the Yankees battled […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim

The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim had a rough last two seasons that were injury riddled and ended with no playoff berths in either. After coming in third in the AL West in 2010 with an 80-82 record, 2011 did not prove much better as the Angels only won five more games; landing them 10 […]

New York Yankees: Weekend Pitching Match-ups Vs. Halos In Anaheim

The New York Yankees continue their West Coast road trip with a final series in Anaheim against the Los Angeles Angels. As of two seasons ago, facing the Halos anywhere was never a fun time for the Yankees or the New York fans, but times have change. This is not due to the Angels not […]

2011 MLB Team Preview: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Since the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim lost the 2009 ALCS to the New York Yankees, the ball-club has not been the one baseball fans were accustomed too. Two sluggish off-seasons, sandwiching a missing 2010 post-season, which had only happened once before in the previous seven seasons, is not being taken lightly out in Los […]