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New York Yankees: Quick June facts

As an old Japanese proverbsays: “It is better to be the head of chicken than the rear end of an ox” And so far in the month of June the Yankees have played pretty awesome, even with the Captain’s head was imposed on a chicken. Here are some quick Yankee facts for June: –        A […]

New York Yankees are cruising

The New York Yankeesare cruising right along. Since sweeping the Mets, the Bombers won their fourth in-game in row tonight 3-0, in their first of three games vs. the Braves down in Hot-lanta. To give you a better idea of just how well the Yankees have played here are some quick stats: (stats are courtesy […]

Yankees vs. Rays: Series deux preview

The Yankees are back in New York after a 5-5-road trip to host the Tampa Bay Rays for a three-game set at the stadium starting tonight. Last time these two teams met was the start of the 2012 season, and the Rays swept the Yankees right out of Tropicana Field. The Rays stand atop the […]

New York Yankees: Latest on Brett Gardner’s elbow

The New York Yankees have been noticeably without out-fielding speedster Brett Gardner for the last week. Gardner made a dynamic, diving catch last Tuesday night, which resulted in him injuring his right arm and being put on the 15-day DL immediately following an MRI that revealed it was bruise and strained elbow. According to skipper […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Cleveland Indians

The 2011 Cleveland Indians came out of the gate hot last season, and were first in the AL Central up until July 20th having won 51 games. Following that day, the Tribe only won 29 more games in 2011, and finished the season a distant second with 15 games separating them and the division leading […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Atlanta Braves

Heading into 2011, the Atlanta Braves were a championship caliber team and played that way for the first five months of the season. The Braves were the NL’s version of the Red Sox, arriving in September with an 8.5 game lead for the wild card only to blow it and land in a jam. The […]