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Archive for March, 2015

Complete New York Yankees’ 2015 Season Preview »

With Opening Day rapidly approaching, the New York Yankees find themselves looking to win their 28th World Series—by far the most of any MLB franchise. How realistic a goal is that? Well, that's what I'm here to help you figure out. Over the course of this article I'll give you everything you need to know about the Bronx Bombers in 2015, [...]

Is Rob Refsnyder or Jose Pirela the Yankees’ »

Not long ago, second base for the New York Yankees was as stable, consistent and productive as any position on any team in Major League Baseball. These days, it's anything but. The keystone has become a key question mark for the Yankees ever since Robinson Cano—the last true star position player the club has drafted or [...]

New York Yankees: The Starting Rotation Needs Cole »

The New York Yankees' starting rotation troubles me. Not to the point where I lie awake thinking about it at night, but close enough I guess. There's plenty of reason to be concerned with the group, and each pitcher brings his own unique set of circumstances to fret over.  Because of that, we find ourselves at an impasse. Either the group is [...]

Nathan Eovaldi, Michael Pineda Ready to Be Young 2015 »

There's been plenty of hand-wringing about the New York Yankees' starting five, including by yours truly, and it's (mostly) justified.  Masahiro Tanaka is pitching with a partially torn elbow ligament, and CC Sabathia packed on weight after limping through last season with a knee injury. The Yankees, though, could get a boost from Nathan [...]

CC Sabathia’s Shaky Spring Debut Brings Back »

And now for something we all ought to be used to by now: A discussion about whether veteran New York Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia is good at pitching baseballs anymore, which will inevitably skew toward an "I'm not so sure, man" conclusion. But first, the basics. Sabathia made his 2015 spring training debut Tuesday evening against the [...]

Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for the New York »

The New York Yankees offense is an interesting bunch. The group features immense levels of talent, but question marks pop up throughout the lineup in the form of injury and production concerns. That said, where there's bust potential, there also tends to be boom potential. This holds true for the Yankees offense as well. The Yankees will bank on [...]

Alex Rodriguez’s Hot Spring Start Shows He May »

September 20, 2013—that's the last time Alex Rodriguez hit a home run in a New York Yankees uniform. (Or any uniform, for that matter.) It was a grand slam, which seems somehow fitting. A-Rod doesn't do anything half way. The drought ended, sort of, on Wednesday, when Rodriguez launched one over the left-center field wall against the Boston [...]

New York Yankees: 6 Players Turning Heads Early at »

The New York Yankees are just a week into spring games, but several players have already started to create some buzz in camp. The "buzz" we'll look at here is good buzz, of course. No A-Rod bashing, no harping on health issues, just standout performances that are starting to gain some extra notoriety. Though there are a number of very deserving [...]

Alex Rodriguez vs. Nationals: Stats, Highlights, »

Alex Rodriguez will probably never be so much as a replacement-level defender for the rest of his career. That much is clear. But if his solid offensive start to the spring continues, the New York Yankees could still recoup some value on his onerous contract.    Playing third base for the first time since arriving in Florida, [...]

Actors Who Are Obsessed with Sports »

In the same way athletes have forever admired actors, actors too have traditionally held athletes in high esteem. Of course, while many sports superstars can actually experience and try their hand in acting, most actors have to simply settle for courtside seats. Not so surprisingly, in some instances, these peripheral admirers take their passion [...]

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