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2014 Preview and Predictions: NL East

I find the East to be the least thrilling division in the National League, as it was more fun to watch when the Phillies and Mets were at the top. Here is how I think the 2014 NL East standings will look like: *Division Winner Washington Nationals – The Nationals are only in the top […]

Yankees: What team isn’t trying to steal our skipper?

The first priority on GM Brian Cashman’s extensive off-season checklist is resigning skipper Joe Girardi, as his contract expired at the end of this past season. Keeping Girardi is absolutely vital more than ever, as he was the team’s nucleus through all the ups and downs that this last year doled out. The Yankees exclusivity […]

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 […]

New York Yankees: Adios Soriano

Ah… another day in Yankees Universe, as more disappointing news just keeps on coming. As the Washington Nationals just cemented themselves as the favorites to win the 2013 World Series, and the reason is the new addition of now ex-Yankees closer Rafael Soriano to their bullpen. The Washington Post reports that Soriano will be pocketing […]

2013 New York Yankees: 3 reasons to be very worried

Not so long ago, the MLB offseason was considered one of  the most exciting times for New York Yankee fans. There was a time when hot stove headlines were greedily hogged by the Bronx Bombers with news of the team’s latest, big-name acquisition. Well my friend, those days are long gone, as it is safe […]

Yankees: Yes you blew it too

Instead of screaming the word ADVERSITY, injury or A-rod as the reason the Yankees fell flat this postseason, I am going to point my finger elsewhere. And that would be at the other teams who failed to meet expectations but have unfairly been benefiting from flying under the Yankees radar. YES, YOU BLEW IT TOO… To […]