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Coo, Coo, Ca-Choo, David Robertson The Yankees Win

Finally the New York Yankees land in the column on the left, beating the Tampa Bay Rays 6-2 and snapping a 0-6 losing streak. Was it a great win? It was a necessary one that is for sure, as there might have a riot if the Yankees lost another game. To no surprise the team […]

2011 New York Yankees: What Do May, June And # 28 Have In Common?

New York Yankees ace CC Sabathia earned his second win, as the team whacked the Chicago White Sox right out of the Bronx after Thursday night’s 12-3 win and spilting the four game set with Ozzie’s boys. The Bombers have been cruising right along in April, and certainly earning their nickname leading the Majors with […]

Mark Teixeira Slams New York Mets Back To Reality

The New York Yankees beat the New York Mets for the second game in a row to win the series, but this weekend a lot more changed for the Bombers. Yankees take first place in the AL East. The Empire State Building is wearing pinstripes. The real Mark Teixeira finally showed up. CC Sabathia and […]

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 […]

Subway Series: Who’s Gonna Run This Town Tonight

The Yankees host the Mets this weekend, for part two of the Subway Series. With both New York teams are flirting with first place in their respected division, in addition to the usual fan pride, winning this series is essential. The pitching match-ups are about the only thing that looks the same. The two teams […]

Jorge Posada, Derek Jeter Bring Brooms And Deja Vu Back To New York

New York Yankees brought out their brooms in the Bronx, as they swept the Houston Astros over the weekend. The Yankees were without Arod, but you wouldn’t know it by the way the team beat-on the Astros. Jorge Posada actually brought two brooms; one broom was to hit two grand slams. The extra broom was […]