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New York Yankees: Get Melk

I read a quote once that said: “It pays to plan ahead. It wasn’t raining when Noah built the ark.” It is no big secret that the New York Yankees brass goal is to get the current $209+ million payroll down to $189 million in order avoid the hefty luxury tax increases that MLB will […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: San Francisco Giants

Coming into 2011 the San Francisco Giants were the World Series Champions, but just as I predicted defending their title proved to be too much for this self-proclaimed band of misfits. One Showtime reality show later and a 86-76 record, the Giants embarrassingly missed the playoffs in 2011. The party was over for San Francisco […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Kansas City Royals

Last season the Kansas City Royals finished with a 71-91 record, but regardless of what that record suggests, the team looked a lot better than anyone could have anticipated. Still, Royals fans are frustrated. They are sick of hearing how excited they should be about the future and want to see some results now. Will […]

Yankees Vs. Royals: How Are Things In Kansas City?

The New York Yankees are back home to host the Kansas City Royals for three games. Let’s take a look at what Kansas City has been up in 2011 before the series starts: 2011 Kansas City Royals: The Royals have won six of their last 10 games and are currently in second place in the […]

Believe It Or Not The Yankees Secret Weapon

PLAYER PROFILE: BRETT GARDNER #11 CF, LF Standing just shy of 5’10, at first glance Brett Gradner does not look like much a weapon. Garder was deemed to small, not talented enough for the main-stage and critics baffled his life on the all-star roaster of the New York Yankees would be shorter, than sweeter. Well, […]

Letting Godzilla Move To Matsui-land

New York Yankees DH Nick Johnson went 0-3 on Sunday, walked twice and stuck out. Up goes his OBP, and didn’t help the Yankees who lost 9-7 in Fenway Park. A day later, on the West Coast, the World Series MVP Hideki Matsui went 2-3, driving in two runs in the fifth and a solo […]