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New York Yankees: Sports Illustrated gives new meaning to overrated

If you haven’t heard yet, Sports Illustrated recently released a poll asking 228 MLB players: Who is the Most Overrated Position Player in Baseball? And the winners, listed in order were as follows: 1.          Alex Rodriguez 2.          Derek Jeter 3.          Jayson Werth 4.          Nick Swisher 5.          Albert Pujols 6.          Ichiro Suzuki 7.          Hanley Ramirez 8.          […]

Are the Yankees stealing the spotlight in 2012? I think not

What MLB stories have hogged headlines so far in the 2012 season? Shockingly, it is not the New York Yankees, as the Universe is in mourning and adjusting to life being Mo-less, which is about all they can handle now anyway. So for those Yankees fans who have lived in a box since Opening Day; […]

New York Yankees Rumors: Go To Starbucks And CC Sabathia To The Phillies

Every afternoon, I hit up Starbucks for my midday coffee fix and today was no different. As I waited for my triple-skim-grande-wet cappuccino with an extra shot, the part time manager was behind the machines and he happens to be a huge Seattle Mariners fan, as well as a stats guru. Having our normal banter, […]

2011 MLB Team Preview: Philadelphia Phillies

Over the past four seasons, the Philadelphia Phillies have easily been one of the top three teams across Major League Baseball. In that time the Phillies have been the NL Champions three times, the 2008 World Series Champs, went back to World Series again in 2009 and made the post season in 2010. Also, the […]

Jumping The Gun: 7 MLB Headlines You Might Be Reading At 2011 All-Star Break

Every MLB season, the All-Star break is viewed as the halfway point of the 162 games season. Even with still a lot of baseball to play, this is the time when a team’s reputation and attitude have been backed by enough play on the field. At this point, there are the obvious observations that only […]

2011 New York Yankees: Why Gardner And Granderson Need To Come In Hot

In 2010, the Yankees were adamantly clear that it was repeat or bust. The reigning 2009 champion New York Yankees lost in the ALCS, eventually passing the World Series crown to the San Francisco Giants. Most teams would be elated if that was how their last two seasons had panned out, but up in the […]