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Weekend Series To Watch: New York Yankees Vs. Boston Red Sox

The New York Yankees are in Boston to play a three game set against the Red Sox. Everyone realizes the significance of this series for the Yankees, who are an embarrassing 1-8 against their torrid rivals so far this season. The Yankees have nine games vs. Boston left to play in 2011, and the first […]

Lady Loves Pinstripes: 2011 MLB First-Half Season’s Winners And Losers

The MLB All-Star Break features a game played based on the fans favorite players and the winner gets home field advantage in the World Series. It also represents the halfway point of the grueling 162 game-season. So, with 81 down and 81 to go, how was the first-half of 2011? Well, it has exceeded my […]

Reviewing Top Three American League East Teams

The AL East is proving itself worthy of it’s reputation as the toughest division in baseball.It is difficult to imagine the post-season will be without either the Yankees, Red Sox or Rays, who have each have won the ALCS the last three seasons. (2007-BRS; 2008-TBR; 2009-NYY)Let’s take a look at this three-headed-beast: Boston Red SoxThe Boston Red […]

Perturbed In Pinsrtipes

Have you heard the news today? Roy Halladay and John Lackey have new places to call home, as two of baseball’s top free agents current deals leaked all around the news today. That was HUGE. There was one thing definitely missing from the sizzling MLB hot stove today? That would be the Yankees. For once Cashman […]

Oh Roy, Oh Roy Will Be What Team’s Newest Toy

Rumors are swirling around the baseball world; about Toronto Blue Jays ace Roy Halladay. The possibilities of who, where and what it will take to get this stud are endless. WHO – is in the running? Any GM with a pulse is going to weigh options. This inevitably becomes Halladay’s decision as he has a […]

ALCS GAME ONE: It's Starting To Feel A Lot Like Christmas

Christmas season is months away, but abnormally cold temperatures in NYC in addition to taking the first game in the ALCS Friday night, sure felt like it in the Bronx. The stadium was freezing. Everyone bundled up but the fans enthusiasm was at an all time best. The team followed as the Yankees beat the […]