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Yankees: Do you think Vernon Wells is an All-Star because I certainly do

Plain and simple, the New York Yankees would not be boosting a 28-17 record. Nor would the Bronx Bombers be sitting pretty atop in the AL East. And you can bet they wouldn’t have the third best record in the Majors without one thing? The outstanding play of Vernon Wells. This by no means takes […]

Yankees: Alex Rodriguez vs. David Ortiz

Since coming off the DL on April 20th, Red Sox David Ortiz (aka. Big Papi) has had one of the hottest bats in baseball. To quote CBS Boston’s Dan Roche: There were some out there who didn’t think Big Papi would return (because his Achilles was so bad) or even should return (because of how […]

Baseball Basics: Baseball Slang

 So, here is a list of baseball lingo that regardless of fan status might be new to you.  But for the newbie fan, toss one of these terms into a conversation with your sweetie pie or some baseball fan you want to impress, and you are sure to hit a homer. 1-2-3 inning  When a […]

New York Yankees: 2009 vs. 2012

After watching the New York Yankees, 11-inning loss to the Toronto Blue Jays last night without a doubt I was aggravated. So it I started thinking about the 2012 Yankees, and comparing them to the 2009 World Series Champions. And as usual started writing notes down. So below is my attempt to make sense of […]

New York Yankees: Solving Alex Rodriguez

It is no big secret that something is wrong with Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez. Many Yankee fans are convinced that because A-rod hit four hard balls in last night’s 6-1 win over the Blue Jays that he is primed to get hot but I am not so convinced this is a baseball issue. Think about […]

New York Yankees: ESPN wanted answers to questions

Back on April 4, 2012 ESPN New York’s Wallace Matthews  wrote an article called Five big questions for the Bombers: The Yankees may be the AL East favorites, but they do have some issues to face. Now that the 2012 MLB season has reached the All-Star Break, which unofficially marks the middle of the season, I wanted to […]