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New York Yankees Fans: Que Pasa, Derek Jeter? »

John Lennon once sang, "New York City...back in New York City...New York City...Que pasa, New York?...Que pasa, New York?" Lennon wrote that song in a tribute to his new hometown when he moved in September 1971 with Yoko Ono from Ole England. It was in the same city that never sleeps where he was murdered on December 8, 1980, three weeks after [...]

New York Yankees: Has the Media Forgotten About »

These days, everyone is writing and talking about Derek Jeter. Every column is about how much green and time he will be contracted.  No doubt, the future Hall of Famer will retire as a member of the Bronx Bombers. Jeter, 36, will be in Yankee Stadium when he will get his 3,000th career hit, among other offensive records. This is all the news [...]

New York Yankees Have a Gold and Silver Latino Man in »

Latino names such as Miguel Cabrera, Albert Pujols, Carlos Gonzalez and Ubaldo Jimenez were among the headline grabbers this past 2010 season. Always, Manny will be Manny. There was a lot in the news in a moment about David “Big Papi” Ortiz, and right after the World Series, “El Niño de Colombia” Edgar Renteria. In [...]

The Top Latinos in MLB’s Championship Series »

The League Championship Series are under way between the New York Yankees and Texas Rangers in the American League and the Philadelphia Phillies and San Francisco Giants in the National League. It has become customary to see Latino players every year excel in a single moment or throughout a whole series. So far, names such as the Rangers’ [...]

Jorge Posada : Future With The Yankees ? »

If you are a catcher prospect, please contact the New York Yankees today. Immediate position available. Looking for a regular catcher starting 2012. Maybe before. This is an employment ad you will not find in The New York Times. The word is traveling around all Yankee Stadium. Jorge Posada is not happy about being bumped for Game Two of the World [...]

The Top 10 Latino Yankees in League Championship »

Joe Girardi is fully enjoying his first appearance in League Championship Series as the New York Yankees manager.   Hopefully he would love that his joyous ride continues all the way to the Fall Classic.  However, first of all they have to beat the red hot Los Angeles Angels.   As a manager, Girardi is counting on each of his squad members in [...]