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Archive for June, 2011

MLB Trade Speculation: Will the New York Yankees Go »

Unreliable, inconsistent and ineffective. Those were three of the many words used during the offseason to describe the New York Yankees' 2011 starting rotation. Being left practically empty-handed after losing aces Andy Pettitte and Cliff Lee, the New York Yankees were left with A.J. Burnett and Phil Hughes, two pitchers whose tendency to fall [...]

MLB Power Rankings: The 13 Best Stadiums to Party at »

While it's fun to go to a baseball game and enjoy the show, it can be more fun when you are partying at the stadium.Stadiums are built for the enjoyment of the fans, and every stadium has something unique about it.  Whether it's a restaurant built inside the stadium, or even just a unique food that has become a fan favorite, each stadium is [...]

Bitter Rivals, Sweet Results: Yankees take on Red Sox »

The Yankees and Red Sox opened another series last night, and with it came another installment of baseball’s most important rivalry.It’s been long, it’s had its ups and downs, and lately it’s been very evenly matched. Most importantly, it’s a rivalry which continually decides the playoff race in the American League [...]

MLB: Will CC Sabathia Make It into the Hall of Fame? »

Current New York Yankee ace CC Sabathia has had, and will have, a great career. A common question that people wonder is, will he make the hall of fame?Sabathia is just 30 years old, and if he continues on his current pace, he could definitely one day be inducted into the baseball Hall Of Fame.Still though, it is way too early to predict if a 30 [...]

Fall from Grace: Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada, and the »

he New York Yankees. The Evil Empire. The team you love to hate. I've always taken joy in seeing this megalomaniacal franchise fall short of the prized goal in baseball year after year, even though they have more money than Halliburton and grab players from other teams like they're picking spare change out of the couch cushions.Watching them [...]

Yankees Mickey Mantle: Casey Stengel’s Crown »

Mickey Mantle was the crown jewel of Casey Stengel's managerial career, but it took a while. Mantle had a sensational spring in 1951, which put tremendous pressure on the New York Yankees to keep him on the roster, but Stengel knew Mantle's potential and wanted him to develop properly. Stengel told the press that Mantle would have to play every [...]

New York Yankees: Mickey Mantle Edged by Joe DiMaggio »

In 1999, the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) rated the 100 greatest players of all time. Mickey Mantle finished 12th. Joe DiMaggio finished sixth. SABR is a respected organization that is on the cutting edge of innovation with respect to modern statistics, but their rankings can be questioned. Many fans, especially today's New [...]

2011 MLB All-Disappointment Team by Position »

With Baseball's 2011 campaign almost one-third of the way through, I decided to compile a list of the biggest disappointments this season, thus far.From players who signed huge contracts in the off season to players who have seemingly lost everything they once had that made them great, here is my All-Disappointment team by position. * This [...]

New York Yankees: Grading Each Yankee Hitter After a »

At exactly 54 games played this year, the Yankees have competed in exactly one-third of their games. They have a record of 31-23 and lead their division by three games, above their long-time rival the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees lead baseball with 5.26 runs per game. The Reds and Cardinals are the next best at 4.91 runs per game. They [...]

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