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David Ortiz Considers New York Yankees: 5 Reasons Why »

As if Boston Red Sox fans didn't have enough to stress about after their team had an epic collapse in September to miss the postseason, they were delivered another crushing blow on Wednesday morning.David Ortiz, the Red Sox's  designated hitter, told ESPN that he would consider going to the New York Yankees if the Yankees offered him the [...]

2011 MLB Playoffs: Yankees Fans Take Out Anger on »

New York Yankees fans are not easy to please. They have the highest expectations of almost any group of sports fans, regardless of what their team looks like on paper. They’re quick to demand the firing or trading of any team member who does not deliver instantaneous results. Unfortunately, after Thursday night’s elimination at the [...]

MLB Playoffs 2011: 10 Questions Surrounding the New »

The New York Yankees and the Detroit Tigers will resume their American League Division Series Saturday night at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. A heavy rain halted the much-anticipated pitching matchup between the Yankees' CC Sabathia and the Tigers' Justin Verlander, so for the rest of Game 1, Yankees fans will be treated to Ivan Nova and Doug [...]

A.J. Burnett: The New York Yankees’ Problem »

On an episode of the hit FOX television series “Glee," highly competitive and aggressive cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester calls three of her cheerleaders into her office to express her disappointment in them for failing to sabotage McKinley High School’s Glee Club. After giving them one of her biting lectures, she asks the girls to [...]

George Steinbrenner: A True New York Yankees Legend »

Ironically enough, I was in the Yankees Clubhouse Store in New York City when I heard about the passing of Yankees owner George Steinbrenner. As I browsed player t-shirts while watching ESPN, I began to realize what an impact Steinbrenner had on the Yankees. Love him or hate him, he is a legend. Period. Steinbrenner knew what he wanted, and he [...]

Bob Sheppard: A Tribute To a Man I Barely Knew »

This morning, I logged into Twitter and saw on the top of my news feed that legendary Yankees announcer Bob Sheppard had died at the age of 99. Although I just started getting into baseball a year or two ago, I felt saddened by this loss. I knew my parents and grandparents had listened to him announce games in the earlier years of Yankees [...]