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Cliff Lee Signs with the Philadelphia Phillies: A Bad Decision for Both Sides

Now, even Brett Favre can breathe again with free-agent ace Cliff Lee finally making a decision to sign with the Philadelphia Phillies. Favre is on a growing list of fans, athletes, sportscasters, beat writers, my doorman and pretty much anyone who reads the NY Post who were annoyed with Lee’s decision making of where he […]

World Series Rematch? Why Phillies Would Be Favored Over Yankees

Monday night, the Philadelphia Phillies won the NL East for the fourth straight season in a row. Up in Toronto, the New York Yankees evening could have been a champagne party too. Instead, AJ Burnett imploded worse than ever on the mound and the Blue Jays won the game 7-5. Burnett could not even get […]

Note To AL East: Better Keep An Eye On The Toronto Blue Jays

Image via Wikipedia Right now, the team playing the best baseball in the AL East Division is without a doubt the Toronto Blue Jays. In the last week the Blue Jays won series against the two best teams in baseball; first they were in New York winning two of three against the Yankees, then headed […]

Two MLB Teams Not To Give Up On

MLB’s second-half of the season is officially in full swing. Thus far, in 2010 is proving to be one for the books. With so many tight division races, fans will have plenty of excitement to keep them occupied. Still, fans tend to throw in the towel and write-off their teams chances of playing in October. […]

Pitching Drama Of The Week AJ Burnett Vs Brett Cecil

On Thursday afternoon, the New York Yankees avoided getting swept by the Seattle Mariners. Yankees ace CC Sabathia lead the team in the 4-2 win over the last place team in the AL West. Arod sealed the deal with a two run a-bomb. It was really in the bottom of the 8th inning, not the […]

Subway Series: Game Three Preview

Another familiar match-up to end the second Subway Series, as  Game three features New York’s ace lefties CC Sabathia (NYY) and Johan Santana (NYM) will face off on the mound on Sunday afternoon.    Coincidentally, both pitchers have pitched 92 innings and walked 30 batters this season.   The rest of their season numbers are not much […]