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Archive for June, 2012

Why New York Is the Best Baseball City in the MLB »

New York is where baseball has had deep roots, memorable events and unforgettable players in the MLB. New Yorkers are proud of two things: being New Yorkers and their baseball. There are several reasons why New York is the best baseball city in the MLB.Baseball didn’t start in New York, but it certainly flourished there. New York can claim a [...]

Yankees Prove Power Numbers Aren’t a Byproduct »

The Bronx Bombers are bombing away this season. We're not even halfway through the 2012 campaign, and the New York Yankees have already hit 112 home runs to lead the major leagues. They have also compiled a team slugging percentage of .452, second only to the Texas Rangers.Truth be told, I'm not one to brag about the Yankees' power numbers. [...]

New York Yankees: 3 Adjustments the Yanks Must Make to »

The New York Yankees are one of the hottest teams in the MLB, sitting atop the league's toughest division, the American League East.They currently hold the second-best record in baseball, behind only the defending AL Champion Texas Rangers. Yet, the Yankees are clinging vehemently to a mere 2.5-game lead over Baltimore in the East.Just behind [...]

NY Yankees Take Subway Series, Defeat Rally Chicken »

New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano booted a ground ball in the sixth inning on Sunday night, which opened the door to a game-tying, three-run rally for the Mets, after trailing 5-1 on the back of Nick Swisher's three-run shot in the third inning.Though Cano claimed this was "not an error," the Mets were able to tie the game as a result [...]

Yankees vs. Mets Live Blog: The Subway Series Finale »

The finale of the latest installment of the Subway Series between the New York Yankees and New York Mets is underway.Pitching for the Yankees is CC Sabathia, 9-3 with 3.55 ERA, while on the mound for the Mets is R.A. Dickey, 11-1 with a 2.00 ERA.On Friday night, the Mets were able to get to Andy Pettitte early, scoring five runs in the first [...]

MLB Trade Rumors: How the New York Yankees Can Acquire »

We are a little over a month away from the baseball trading deadline and we've all talked about what the Yankees might do.Most of the ideas surround pitching.It's time to think outside the box a little here and make a bold suggestion.The other day, I was reading a column by the New York Post's Joel Sherman, and he mentioned two names that could [...]

Why Robinson Cano Needs to Be Even Better for the New »

After a miserably slow April that saw him hit just .246/.323/.389 with one home run and four RBI, Robinson Cano has really turned it on over the past two months.In May, he improved to .312/.364/.606 with seven home runs and 19 RBI. Through 19 June games, he has improved even more, to a .319/.413/.681 line with seven home runs and 12 RBI.Cano has [...]

New York Yankees: No MLB Ballpark Safe from Loyal Fan »

No team in baseball travels as well as the New York Yankees. Like the Pittsburgh Steelers (and Dallas Cowboys) in the NFL and the Detroit Red Wings in the NHL, there does not seem to be a place on this planet safe from mobs of Yankees fans.Take this recent example as case in point.My wife is originally from Trinidad and Tobago. While we live in [...]

Can R.A. Dickey Continue Incredible Streak vs. the »

Sunday night, R.A. Dickey will face the New York Yankees during a nationally televised game. Dickey's recent success has gotten plenty of attention, and justifiably so.He's the best pitcher in baseball right now, having pitched 42.1 consecutive innings without allowing an earned run. He's allowed only one hit in each of his past two starts. [...]

Roger Clemens’ Acquittal and the PED Admission »

Despite the greatest efforts of Bud Selig, the MLBPA and Major League Baseball owners, the book on performance-enhancing drug (PED) use within the sport won’t quite close. This past offseason gave us the now infamous positive-but-not-technically drug test of 2011 National League MVP Ryan Braun, who became the first player in the brief [...]

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