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Archive for July, 2010

Will Alex Rodriguez’s 600th Home Run Make Him a »

Alex Rodriguez's relationship with Yankee fans has been complicated. Since his arrival to New York in 2004, he's been cheered and booed, quiet and controversial. But then again, A-Rod's performance and accolades haven't exactly been consistent. He's laid claim to two MVP awards as a Yankee, but has also posted an average below .270 in four [...]

Francisco Cervelli Makes Me Wonder if the Yankees »

In the middle of May, it looked like the Yankees had such a good backup to catcher Jorge Posada that they might even have a future starter on their hands. Through Francisco Cervelli’s first 20 games, he had a staggering .400 batting average and an impressive .987 OPS. Obviously, he wasn’t likely to keep that up, but if he could come [...]

Should the New York Yankees Trade for Octavio Dotel? »

Today, the calendar turned to July and the Yankees are in first place of the American League East division. Barely. The Red Sox are just one game behind, and the Rays are two games behind the Bombers. The pennant race is heating up, and the Yankees are surely feeling the heat. The Yankees offense has been fairly strong, despite being shut down by [...]

New York Yankees: Patience Wearing Thin Over Offense »

Let's get this out of the way up top: There's no shame in being shut down by Cliff Lee and Felix Hernandez in back-to-back nights. They are, arguably, two of the top five pitchers in the American League right now. If anyone should be ashamed, it's the Mariners, who are buried in last place despite having the best 1-2 starting rotation punch in [...]

MLB Records Are Meant To Be Broken: The Fantasy Fix »

MLB records are broken almost every year. Some big, some small. Some take longer than others. It took 38 years before Roger Maris's 61 in '61 was broken, and then only another two years after for the record to fall again. Some records may just be etched in stone forever since the game is forever changing, like Cy Young's 511 wins. The bottom-line [...]

The New York Yankees Are Complete Losers Again »

How are the Seattle Mariners in last place?   The Mariners have the best one-two punch on the mound with Cliff Lee and Felix Hernandez. Add players like Ichiro Suzuki, Milton Bradley, Chrome Figgins, Jose Lopez, and that makes a valid, post-season contending ball-club.   The group the New York Yankees have faced the last two nights is [...]

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