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Yankees are back on top again

Finally, the New York Yankees beat the Tampa Bay Rays 6-2; and they did it at Tropicana Field, which ESPN’s Matt Ehalt nicknamed the Yankees “House of Horrors.” With a Baltimore Orioles loss up in Canada, the Yankees stand alone atop the AL East by one-game. The Yankees certainly cut it close, as it is getting […]

Yankee fans October predictions

The month of September is a great time for baseball. And 2012 appears to be another battle to the finish line. And mind you this is in the aftermath of one of the best finishes to a regular season ever in 2011. Is it the added Wild Card team? Well, the new format defiantly makes […]

Yankees are learning Alex Rodriguez true worth

The worth of New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez has been scrutinized more times than Kim Kardashian’s love life. But the kind of worth I am referring to is not the paycheck kind, as why would anyone worry about the money other than the people signing the checks? The worth I am speaking of is winning. […]

3 things Yankees fans need to worry about regarding CC’s injury

At the start of the 2012 season, I asked my father, ‘what could be the worst thing to happen to the New York Yankees this season?’ He responded without even taking a breath, “CC Sabathia getting injured.” So when the news broke, prior to today’s third and final afternoon romp with the Cleveland Indians, that CC Sabathia […]

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: Bombers want to get back on top

The last time the New York Yankees were in first-place in the AL East was back on April 24th, but thanks to the 10-strikeout, 7 1/3 innings performance by veteran southpaw Andy Pettitte, the Bombers now stand within striking distance. At just a half-game back from their current opponents, the AL East leading Tampa Bay […]