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Save The Yankee Gate 2 »

As most of you know by now, the Yankees moved into a brand new stadium last season. The old Yankee Stadium is being torn down to make way for a large park that is expected to include baseball fields, a track, tennis courts, and more. Only one gate remains from the original 1923 Yankee Stadium. That gate is Gate 2. Yankee Stadium is currently [...]

Baseball Video Games: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly »

The game of baseball has been around since the 1800s but in the 1980s, a new way to play America’s favorite game was invented. 1985 saw the release of the Nintendo Entertainment System, an 8-bit way for kids to have fun. Many games were released for the gaming console, the most famous probably being Super Mario Brothers. After the NES there [...]

2010 New York Yankees Offseason Review: the Javier »

  As Mark Teixeira grabbed the last out of the 2009 regular season, I screamed and applauded vigorously. As a lifelong Yankee fan, I have been spoiled by five championships and seven pennants in my lifetime. I got up early the next morning to buy my overpriced championship merchendise and I thought to myself "now what?" That was an easy [...]

Johnny Damon: Daily Random Sports Thoughts 11 »

Welcome to the 11th edition of "Daily Random Sports Thoughts!" For those not familiar, I pick a team, player, or any other topic in sports that I have five random thoughts about. I'm trying to get an article on here every day. Today's lucky random sports topic is—Johnny Damon. 1) Congrats on finally signing with a team! It's a [...]

New York Yankees: What a Wonderful Labor Day Present »

Glen Bheck was so happy that he couldn't believe it. At the end of play on Sept. 5, 1966, the New York Yankees were eliminated from the pennant race. It was the earliest this wonderful event had occurred since 1925.   Sixth-Place Yankees I suffered so much. Oh, how much I suffered. I started watching baseball in the early 1950s, and [...]

Is Carl Crawford Bronx-Bound in 2011? »

Did the New York Yankees' reluctance to give Johnny Damon two years deal reflect something about their love for free agent to be Carl Crawford? According to Jon Heyman, the answer is yes. One reason the Yankees were reluctant to go for a two-year deal for Johnny Damon might have had little to do with Damon and been a greater reflection of what [...]

Save the Yankee Gate 2 Video: Try Not To Cry »

This is a great video that really shows off the Old Yankee Stadium in a dramatic way. It’s really moving and it makes you realize what’s at stake—the Old Stadium is coming down and they’re not planning on saving any of it. I hate to go all cause-head on you, but you should watch this video and give a moment of your time to [...]

2010 American League Predictions »

Spring training has just begun. But the suspense for the 2010 Major League Baseball season is not the same as past years. No huge free agents. No major injuries. No steroid scandals this year. But what will stand out for many teams this season is the talent of the new generation of players. Sluggers like Joe Mauer, Dustin Pedroia, Ian [...]

Daily Random Sports Thoughts 10: What The Heck Is »

For those who like and enjoy, sorry. Been busy lately, haven't had much free time for B/R. For all those trolls who like to rip on me, we're back! Welcome to the 10th edition of "Daily Random Sports Thoughts!" For those not familiar, I pick a team, player, or any other topic in sports that I have five random thoughts about.  If you [...]

Yankees Will Pay the Price for Losing Matsui and Damon »

For the first time in decades, financial constraints may have hampered the Yankees.   Whatever the cause, the Yankees enter 2010 as an inferior team. At least one compared to the unit that won the 2009 World Series.   The everyday lineup suffered the most damage. Allowing both Hideki Matsui and Johnny Damon to leave the Bronx created a [...]

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