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Boston Red Sox GM Theo Epstein Will Have a Busy Winter »

The Boston Red Sox just got swept by the New York Yankees and  has lost 9 out of the last 10 against its most hated rivals. The Red Soxs started the season by dominating the Yankees 8 wins to 0 and had a comfortable division lead heading into the end of June. Then the Yankees got hot and  by the end of July they wrestled the division away [...]

Yankees vs. Red Sox: New York Sweep Seals 2009 A.L. »

The magic number was down to one. One game for the Yankees to clinch the American League East division against the Red Sox. The game was moved up to originally start at 1 p.m. because of Yom Kippur, but with a rain delay, the game started a little after 2 p.m., so the football fans watching the Giants, Jets, and Patriots at 1 p.m. had an extra [...]

New York Yankees Clinch AL East: No Time to Panic, Red »

It was a slap in the face to the Boston Red Sox today at Yankees Stadium, but it's not over. After missing out on the playoffs a year ago, the New York Yankees clinched the American League East in a 4-2 win over the Red Sox. Boston is stuck on three games to clinch the AL Wild Card. This is the first time the Yankees have won 100 games since 2004, [...]

Yu Darvish: Are the Yankees in Pursuit of Him? »

Baseball has been America's national sport and pastime for a very long time. In recent years, Japan has come along and adopted the American sport like its own national sport and pastime. Except for the fact that in Japan, baseball players are glorified like celebrities. That could explain why Japanese sensation Yu Darvish is treated like a god [...]

Tigers to meet Yankees: So Am I »

I know Paul O’Neill (pictured) doesn’t play for the Yankees any more. I just dislike the guy and he reminds me of everything I hate about that team. The Tigers' comeback win tonight was pretty sweet.  The club has a had a few high-scoring games the past week or so and tonight’s rally was quite inspiring.  So many times this season, we’ve [...]

Why Derek Jeter Winning the MVP Award Would Be »

Derek Jeter has had an amazing career for the New York Yankees. With that being said there's one award that has eluded him in his career and that is an MVP award, which is funny because he's never really been a MVP type player. The definition of MVP has gotten lost in today's sports world. Now, it seems like no matter what sport the MVP goes to [...]

CC Sabathia One-Hits Red Sox, Reduces Yankee Magic »

The Yankees gave CC Sabathia seven years and $161 million in the winter because they wanted his big-game ability in order to beat the Red Sox in games that counted. On Saturday, they got exactly what they paid for with another dominating performance from their ace. Sabathia allowed one hit over seven innings. The one lone hit was by Mike Lowell. [...]

American League Awards: Why Derek Jeter is the MVP »

This is the first installment of a two-part series. With only little more than a week left in the regular season, the question has jumped into mind about whom in the American League and National League will win the awards for Rookie of the Year, Coach of the Year, Cy Young, and Most Valuable Player. There are a few things still left to play out, [...]

Yankees take first game against Red Sox »

The Yankees (98-56) beat down the Red Sox (91-62) 9-5 last night, led by Joba Chamberlain’s quality start and Alex Rodriguez’s perfect night at the plate. The magic number is now down to three.  Quick ‘Cap: A-Rod drove in Derek Jeter in the first inning on a single, and then cranked a two-run homer into the second deck in left in a [...]

Pennant Race Fever: Sept. 26 »

Jason Varitek let the Yankees run wild on the base paths last night with seven successful steals with Varitek unable to throw out a baserunner. Last night was not a good night for first place teams. The Yankees were the only first place team to reduce their magic number with their number being three after their 9-5 victory over the Red [...]

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