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Yankees: God these new guys are hot

Last night, thanks to Jacoby Ellsbury and Masahiro Tanaka, the New York Yankees trounced the Boston Red Sox to a tune of 9-3. These new Yankees are undoubtedly helping fans forget the lingering blow from the 2013 season. But it is tough to get cocky just yet after watching the middle games in last weekends […]

Yankees: Derek Jeter announces retirement via Facebook

If you haven’t heard, the Yankees captain Derek Jeter announced that 2014 will be his last season. Thought this news is not a shock, considering Jeter is about to turn 40-years old, is still sad for Yankees fans as he is not only the team Captain but the last of the infamous “Core Four.” Jeter’s […]

Yankees: Preview of another tribute to Mariano Rivera

During Mariano Rivera‘s final season wearing the New York Yankees pinstripes , FOX Sports Originals, with Major League Baseball Productions, was granted unprecedented and exclusive access to many of his most private moments, from spring training to the last week of the season. The 90-minute documentary called “BEING: Mariano” premieres this Sunday, October 20th on FOX […]

Yankees: Armageddon in the Bronx

Heading into this season we all knew the Yankees offense was going to be an issue. The big question was how bad would it get before the injured stars would come to the rescue. Not to give credit to this makeshift group of Yankees, as they exceeded expectations to remain atop the AL East a […]

Yankees: Stealing the AL East literally

In case you didn’t realize the New York Yankees are stealing the AL East, and I mean literally. No one could have predicted that the over-the-hill, Evil Empire would have the third most steals in baseball in the month of September, but fact is they do. The Yankees have 24 steals while being caught just […]

2012 MLB Power Rankings – Week 5

Well another week in the 2012 MLB Season is in the books, and so far each one brings more excitement and drama than the last. And this week history was made both good and bad. First, the Yankees are learning what life is like without the greatest closer in the history of baseball. Losing Mariano […]