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Archive of posts tagged New York Times

Yankees Hot Stove: Tootles Tanaka

The New York Times reported yesterday that the Rakuten Golden Eagles will not be posting Japanese pitching sensation Masahiro Tanaka even though he has stated his wish to come to play in the United States. Nothing has been made official but according to the article, the Golden Eagles are going to double or triple Tanaka’s current $4 million salary […]

Yankees: Omg! The latest Alex Rodriguez guilty story is absurd

If you can believe it, new drama is plaguing New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez. This past Sunday, the New York Times reported that people involved with baseball’s anti-doping program claim that A-Rod failed a drug test for stimulants back in 2006. Why is this the first time anyone has heard this? If this news […]

Yankees: A win, a DUI and two new injuries only in New York

The New York Yankees are never short on drama, but this season might take the cake. Just look at the last 48 hours: -       Yankees beat the Toronto Blue Jays for the second night in a row, 6-4. -       Organization’s top prospect Mason Williams got a DUI at 3am. Mason passed the blood alcohol test but failed the road test, can […]

Yankees: Alex Rodriguez supposedly bought and destroyed PED evidence

New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez vehemently denies having any connection to Anthony Bosch and his Biogenesis of America clinic, which has been connected to distributing performance-enhancing drugs to professional athletes. Well, MLB has been on mission to find out the truth and crossed what some see as an ethically fine line to get some answers. […]

New York Times owes New York Yankees a sorry

First let me say, Happy Birthday America; and then let me tell you a story. This morning my father was giving me his usual rhetoric by saying, “don’t worry about the Yankees because they are so far ahead in the AL East standings.” See my dad is the type that usually turns off the TV […]

Yankees skipper names Soriano the new Mariano

After Tuesday nights much-needed 3-2 win in the Bronx, New York Yankees skipper Joe Girardi said that Rafael Soriano will be his closer going forward according to Zach Schobrun of the New York Times. This makes complete sense as Soriano has a proven track record in the role, as he racked up 45 saves, the most saves in the […]