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Yankees: Captain Derek Jeter speaks

Every ship has a captain, and the New York Yankees are no different. Of course it takes an entire team to win and that is what is important, but the captain steers everything. It is imperative whether on a ship or a baseball field for the captain to have a clear vision for a team […]

Pre-Spring Training Already Started For Derek Jeter and Phil Hughes

Just a quick update on the New York Yankees…. It was reported over at LoHud Yankees Blog, pitcher Phil Hughes and the Captain Derek Jeter are already down in Tampa, Florida at the Yankees minor league facility. Nothing wrong with a little pre-Spring Training and it is always great to know that the players are […]

The Boss Says Goodbye

As most baseball fans know already, New York Yankees owner died this morning at 6:30am in Tampa, Florida. Mr. Steinbrenner was 80 years old. The Boss was one of my idols. Many disagree with me because of his winning-only motto and demanding ways. Find me someone who does not want to win? I know I […]

Yankees Did Not Lose They Got Beat

I was not a devoted fan tonight. I left the New York Yankees game in the seventh inning, as the Tampa Bay Rays were up 6-2 and Boone Logan was jogging to the mound. The Yankees looked tired. This does sound like an excuse, which it completely is but it is still a fact. The […]

Can Joba Rule Without Having Any?

Days before the Superbowl, always a slow time for the baseball world, as players enjoy their last days before Spring Training. With an opening in the fifth starter role, debates about this decision are in full swing. Surprisingly, one Yankee will arrive in Tampa in just a week. His goal is to bind all the […]

Two Teams, One Goal, Same Season

From a Yankees fan’s point of view, the Mets and the Rays players should be hungry as ever to get back some respect in baseball. Commonly, both team’s seemingly share a lack in leadership internally within the players. That makes David Wrights job very hard with the Mets continuing to fail over the last few […]