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Should The Yankees Consider Trading Joba Chamberlain? »

We've had many talks, debates and discussions on Joba Chamberlain. Should he be a starter? Should he be a reliever? Is he good enough to be the heir to Mariano Rivera? Right now, he could be pitching his way right out of New York all together. Currently, Joba is the Yankees setup man to Mariano Rivera. We've seen two sides of Joba pitching in [...]

Breaking Down How The Blue Jays Stack Up Against The »

The Toronto Blue Jays surprising early season success continued this past weekend with a sweep of the Baltimore Orioles. Going into the season the Jays were expected to battle these same Orioles in a fight to stay out of last place in the AL East . That has not been the case through two months of the season as the Jays are currently one game [...]

Lou Gehrig Was Even Greater When It Meant More »

Lou Gehrig played 14 complete seasons, during which the Yankees won seven pennants and six World Championships, not including world titles in 1923 and 1939, when Gehrig played briefly. Lou is among a group of players who did better in the World Series than they did during the regular season. He batted .361, hit 10 home runs, drove home a [...]

Sherman: Expect Yankees To Get Cliff Lee, But Not At »

  From Joel Sherman: The Yankees are just one of many teams that have begun to proceed as if Cliff Lee— not Roy Oswalt—will be the prize of the July 31 trade market. That means they have increased their scouting attention on a pitcher they already were following closely because he projects as the best pitcher of the coming [...]

Shots Heard ‘Round the World: MLB’s 10 »

The home run is one of the most exciting plays in sports. Fans and players feel a rush of excitement when a ball goes over the wall. There are some big flies more exciting than others. Here are the 10 most memorable home runs in Major League Baseball history.Begin Slideshow

Should Robinson Cano Bat Clean-Up for the Yankees? »

I realize that A-Rod is a great player and has hit a ton of home runs over his career. Rodriguez strikes fear into the hearts of opposing pitchers. But he is in his mid 30's now, possibly the twilight of his prime, and he just hasn't had the same power stroke this year. Should someone else bat fourth in the Yankee lineup? I say yes. The question [...]

Tex Mess: Mark Teixeira Headlines 2010 Fantasy »

  As if the MLB season wasn’t long enough already, fantasy baseball mock drafts in late January/early February allow us to enjoy America’s pastime a little bit longer. That is, unless your roster is filled with busts when you finally draft the team that matters. Fantasy baseball occasionally forces the actual game into a second [...]

The Yankees Offered to Trade Lou Gehrig to the Red Sox »

The New York Yankees announced they had acquired Columbia University star baseball player Lou Gehrig on June 12, 1923, although the signing had occurred a little more than a month before. Henry Louis Gehrig had the reputation of being the "Babe Ruth of the colleges" because he hit the ball farther than any other college player. Gehrig [...]

What Do the New York Yankees Do With Joba Chamberlain? »

Throughout Joba Chamberlain’s late season struggles last year many fans and pundits insisted that it was because the Yankees were messing with him too much and that he was not pitching ‘where he belonged’ in the bullpen. Well, the Yankees haven’t been messing with him and he’s been in the bullpen, even further, [...]

Yankees Blow 9-3 Lead, Lose 13-11 to Tribe »

Indians starter David Huff was hit in the head by a line drive off the bat of Alex Rodriguez but the Indians overcame a 9-3 deficit to record a 13-11 victory over the Yankees. The Yankees had all the ingredients for an easy win. They had a 9-3 lead over the Indians with C.C. Sabathia on the mound after four innings. However the Indians were not [...]

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