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Yankees: Checking up on Robbie

How’s Robinson Cano don’t you want to know? Well, I certainly do and will be keeping tabs on the ex-New York Yankees, All-Star second baseman all season long and then some. The privilege of calling Cano one of my favorite Yankees might have ripped from under me, hence the Seattle Mariners uniform he will be […]

Yankees: Super Bowl is over…. do you know what that means?

First off, my apologies my lack of writing but I have been sick with the flu the last few days and am still not close to 100%. My weekend’s goal was to muster up enough energy to watch Super Bowl XLVIII, which turned out to be as exciting as watching paint dry. The Seahawks played […]

Yankees: Robinson Cano where is our thank you?

Jacoby Ellsbury bought a page in the Boston Globe. See Jacoby Ellsbury's thank-you note to Red Sox fans, which appears in today's Globe. http://t.co/H4Ig2GOJr6 — The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) December 13, 2013 Roy Halladay took out a spread in the Philadelphia Daily News. If you haven't seen it yet @PhillyDNSports or all over the Internet, […]

Someone might want to remind Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner what he promised us cause this is not it

This past October during a radio interview with Mike Francesa on WFAN, Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner made a promise to the fan base.  “The 189 is a goal. It’s important, and it’s certainly a goal that we take seriously and we’re going to strive for, but as I’ve said before on numerous occasions, it’s not […]

Yankees: Who said Robinson Cano wasn’t marketable?

One of the excuses as to why the New York Yankees allowed their best player, Robinson Cano leave for Seattle was that he did not put fans in the seats. The reason I heard was that Cano was not a marketable player off the field compared to a Derek Jeter, or even an Alex Rodriguez. […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Cano to Seattle is sad

The New York Yankees lost their best player today, as Robinson Cano is accepting a 10-year, $240 million deal to go play in Seattle for the Mariners. This is a sad day for everyone involved. The Yankees didn’t budge on their offer of $170 million for seven-years to keep Cano, which certainly show they cared […]