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Yankees: Bronx Bombers, the number nine and playing in October

Nine. That is the number of games the New York Yankees have left to lose before their postseason hopes go down the drain. How did I learn this fact? Well I found an article called, We can absorb ten more losses this season by Hart Seely who runs one of my favorite Yankees blogs called […]

Yankees: I need you to sign my thank you card for Alex Rodriguez

The New York Yankees are winning. Understandably, the team is in a win now or no baseball in October place, as they are closer to elimination than postseason contention. Last nights hero, Jason Nix described what is going right after his post game Gatorade bath. “I feel like we have a little bit of a […]

Yankees: Confessions from a Bronx Bombers fan

“Success is determined by those whom prove the impossible, possible.” – James W. Pence  This past weekend the New York Yankees won two of three games in the Rogers Centre, the home/dome of the Toronto Blue Jays. The Bronx Bombers are 7-3 in their last 10 games, and boost a 10-7 record in what is […]

Yankees: Not signing Chavez proves costly mistake

Motivational speaker Tony Robbins once said, “In life you need either inspiration or desperation.”  The New York Yankees have officially taken on the latter with only themselves to blame the day they decided not to re-sign third baseman Eric Chavez. Chavez, a six-time Gold Glover at third base would have allowed Kevin Youkilis to play […]

2013 AL East preview: Can the Blue Jays dethrone the Yankees

TORONTO BLUE JAYS – 2013 PREVIEW: Who has convinced themselves that the Toronto Blue Jays will not be a playoff contender in 2013? The majority who answered yes were New York Yankees fans. The reasons given were that the Jays have too many new pieces thrown in the mix to be productive; or Toronto hasn’t […]

AL East: O’s, Yankees, Rays, Jays, Red Sox a preview to my preview

Prophesying the infamous American League East has never been as hard as it is now. The dominant days when the division belonged to the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox are long gone. It started in 2008 when the Tampa Bay Rays dropped ‘devil’ from their namesake. The just Rays made it all the […]