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Yankees are causing drama on the field

The New York Yankeeshave caused plenty of drama lately. No, the clubhouse is not in total disarray like their old rivals up in Boston. Nor has any Yankee been issued a 50-game suspension for failing a PED drug test, like their old pal and teammate Melky Cabrera out in San Francisco. And since the Yankees, […]

New York Yankees: Bronx magic

  OH WHAT A NIGHT: Last night in the 8-2 win over the Texas Rangers, the New York Yankees played like the best team in baseball. The Bombers had it all from solid pitching, an offense that scored with RISP, and productive defensive. But of course it wouldn’t be a Yankee game without some long […]

MLB Power Rankings: July 27 and Yankees are barely on top

The New York Yankees had a rough time on the West Coast but even after going 2-5 and losing A-rod, the Bombers still own the best record in the AL. What the Yankees do now share is the best record in baseball, as the Washington Nationals also have a 59-39 record after their win over […]

New York Yankees: Surviving August Schedule

Even with the disaster happening out on the West Coast, the New York Yankees are still sitting comfortably atop the AL Eastdespite losing five of their last six games and losing Alex Rodriquez to a fractured left hand. What worries me is that fans don’t realize that even though October might look close on the calendar […]

2012 MLB Power Rankings – Week 14

The second-half of the 2012 MLB seasonis officially underway, and my apologies for the rankings being a day late this week. The New York Yankees were the best team in baseball before the All-Star Break and they still are as they took the first two games from the red-hot Los Angeles Angels and are looking to sweep […]

Why Yankees Soriano got stiffed

The 2012 AL All-Star team was announced this past Sunday; and four New York Yankees were selected, so CONGRATULATIONS are in order for Derek Jeter, Robinson Cano, Curtis Granderson and CC Sabathia. MLB fans voted on the starting position players for each team. But each league’s respective All-Star manager chooses the pitchers and reserve position […]