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Yankees: Signing Joe Girardi is a good start

Saying the New York Yankees have a lot of work to do this off-season is the understatement of the century. So far, the Yankees have gotten off to a good start by inking skipper Joe Girardi to a 4-year, for around $16 million this past week. The Yankees were already fielding phone calls from the […]

New York Yankees: Adios Soriano

Ah… another day in Yankees Universe, as more disappointing news just keeps on coming. As the Washington Nationals just cemented themselves as the favorites to win the 2013 World Series, and the reason is the new addition of now ex-Yankees closer Rafael Soriano to their bullpen. The Washington Post reports that Soriano will be pocketing […]

New York Yankees fan take on Strasburg situation

One of the biggest baseball stories of the 2012 season was the possibility that the Washington Nationals would shutdown their ace Stephen Strasburg. Well, that came true last week. And since Strasburg got grounded I have been inundated with emails about my opinion on the Nationals decision, so here it is. Did the Washington Nationals […]

MLB Power Rankings: Where do Yankees rank on August 10

Baseball fans everywhere are energized, as August is when things get really exciting and this year might rank with the best ever. And thanks to the newly added Wild Card spots, and one of the most competitive seasons I have ever seen, dreams of October are very real for many more teams than in the […]

Yankee Stadium was hot but Hughes was not

Starting pitcher Phil Hughes was up to his old tricks yesterday afternoon in the Yankees’ 10-5 rubber-game loss against to the Atlanta Braves. Hughes gave up four homers, six earned runs, with five strikeouts and was out of the game after just 4.1 innings pitched. In his last outing vs. the Nationals, both Hughes and the Yankee […]

2012 MLB Power Rankings – Week 7

Does baseball get any better than this? It is a quarter of the way through the 2012 season, and the divisional races, along with inter-league play has provided plenty of drama. Teams are still emerging, injuries are never-ending and the Orioles and Nationals seem to be really for real. Over the month of June fans […]