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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 […]

Yankees: Starting out hot is essential but is it possible

How imperative is it for the New York Yankees to start the 2013 season off hot?  Very. Why? Simply put, no team’s success can be contingent on older veterans unless they have serious depth on the bench, not even if you are the Yankees. The pressure the Yankees have ensued on guys north of 38 […]

New York Yankees: 2013 season predictions

How do you predict the New York Yankees will fare in 2013? For years the Yankees were everybody’s perennial favorites to win the AL East, but now no one knows whether this team can even make the post season. No doubt the Yankees are old and injured, which does not breed confidence. No new super […]

Yankees: Updates on the Alex Rodriguez PED scandal

What happened yesterday?  First it was Yahoo Sports who reported the names of Milwaukee Brewers Ryan Braun and New York Yankees Francisco Cervelli. The New York Daily News in a few hours later, identifying Jesus Montero of the Seattle Mariners. Followed by SI’s Tom Verducci ousting the name of Detroit Tigers Jhonny Peralta. Those are […]

Yankees Hot Stove: RA to AL East

  FOX Sports Jon Morosi AND Ken Rosenthal just reported that the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Mets have officially agreed on a trade sending 2012 CY Young winner RA Dickey to Canada for a handful of very talented prospects. The deal’s only hold-up was that Dickey wanted a well-deserved contract extension, and the […]

Yankees skipper Joe Girardi cannot let Ivan Nova start and other to dos

With his New York Yankees now officially in the postseason, skipper Joe Girardi needs to do everything possible to win the next three games. The Yankees do not want to be one of the two AL Wild Cards, as that could entail possibly flying out to Oakland for a one, do or die game that […]