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Excuse me Hal what are you doing to the New York Yankees

The New York Yankeeshot stove has felt more like an icebox this off-season, and every one wants to know why. As this winter has been full of mix messages, causing a wave of emotions amongst Yankee fans with some sad, others angry and the rest remain in complete denial. While other MLB ball clubs are […]

Yankees Hot Stove: A Martin mistake

“I had a great time in New York,” … “It was probably the best baseball experience of my life, but this is the business and it was time to move on.” Those were the farewell words uttered by newly ex- New York Yankees catcher Russell Martin after signing a 2-year; $17 million deal with the […]

Yankees Hot Stove: My Hal Steinbrenner conspiracy theory

The latest rumor swirling around Yankee Universe is not a potential signing of a big name free agent to fill one of the team’s numerous holes. It has been reported by the New York Times that media giant News Corp is close to a deal to own a minority share of the YES Network. The […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Hunter was not too expensive for Tigers

The New York Yankeeshot stove is about as ice-cold as it has been in years. But please don’t hang your hat on the theory that no news is good news here as there have been plenty of headlines about players hitting the free agent market and rejecting qualifying offers. All fans can do is hope […]

New York Yankees: 2009 vs. 2012

After watching the New York Yankees, 11-inning loss to the Toronto Blue Jays last night without a doubt I was aggravated. So it I started thinking about the 2012 Yankees, and comparing them to the 2009 World Series Champions. And as usual started writing notes down. So below is my attempt to make sense of […]

Subway Series: Yankees vs. Mets Back In The New York Groove

Branded as the Big Apple and the Capital of the World, New York City is undeniably a very extraordinary place. As a real New Yorker (born in Manhattan), I can say that when it comes to our city’s pro-sports teams it would be a challenge to find a more prideful and demanding bunch of fans. […]