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Carl Crawford Wants to Stay in Tampa »

Via MLB.com: Losing Carlos Pena and Rafael Soriano hurts, but Carl Crawford came up through the organization’s farm system and has been the team’s biggest star in franchise history—so the prospect of C.C. leaving hurt most. “I don’t want to leave, everybody knows that,” Crawford said. “I like it here. [...]

Cablevision Customers in Danger of Missing World »

Via Variety: Fox and Cablevision ramped up the war of words behind their retransmission battle Tuesday. Both sides dug their heels in, as it began to look less likely that a deal could be hammered out by midnight Saturday morning—when the cable operator’s deal to carry WNYW and WWOR in New York and WTXF in Philadelphia (as well as [...]

New York Yankees Face the Great Unknown Against the »

I am a fine connoisseur of movies that fall under the banner of "so bad, they're good."If it has stilted dialogue, gaping plot holes, poor special effects and gratuitous sex scenes, I am in.Classics like the Thomas Ian Griffith thriller Crackerjack (1994), Shannon-Elizabeth-gets-violated-by-a-carrot horror flick Jack Frost (1997) and the Billy Ray [...]

ALCS 2010: It’s Not About Cliff Lee, It’s »

Cliff Lee, if one believes what one reads, is apparently capable of walking on water, leaping tall buildings in a single bound and his fastball can outrun a speeding locomotive. Apparently, that is not all he is capable of. He is so good that many believe that he can, by himself, defeat the New York Yankees in the upcoming ALCS. Really? We [...]

New York Yankees’ GM Brian Cashman Says A.J. »

Now that the ALCS matchup has been determined after the Texas Rangers sent the Tampa Bay Rays packing with a 5-1 victory last night in St. Petersburg, the Yankees have a decision to make. During the ALDS against Minnesota, a five-game series, the Yankees were able to go with a three-man pitching rotation of CC Sabathia, Andy Pettitte and Phil [...]

Joba’s Absence in ALDS Because of Matchups, Not »

The Yankees made quick work of the Twins in the ALDS. In fact, they were so quick in dispatching the Twins that they didn’t get a chance to use Joba Chamberlain at all. Some people are making a big deal about this because they say it is proof that the Yankees have lost confidence in Joba. But according to pitching coach Dave Eiland, it had [...]

Yankees News: Burnett, Swisher, and Thames »

So the Rangers finally finished off the Rays last night so the Yankees will fly over to Texas to prepare for the ALCS that will start on Friday. Here are some notes: Just a reminder, A.J. Burnett, Javier Vazquez and Chad Gaudin will all participate in a simulated game today. The Yankees are hoping that Burnett can build up some confidence more [...]

Reggie Says Relax: New York Yankee Pitcher Phil Hughes »

Via the NY Post: In late September, Mr. October stopped by Phil Hughes‘ locker for a chat. Hughes was preparing for a Sept. 26 start against the Red Sox, and the Yankees’ wild card lead was dwindling because of a four-game losing streak. Originally scheduled to pitch Wednesday, the Yankees pushed Hughes up to Sunday and bumped Dustin [...]

ALCS 2010: Will Texas Rangers Cliff Lee Give Or Get A »

The moment the Texas Rangers' Cliff Lee hurled his last strike Tuesday night; he not only killed the Tampa Bay Rays' postseason dreams, but also gave the New York Yankees an official ALCS opponent for Game One on Friday night. The Yankees will fly down to Texas to face the Rangers in the seven-game ALCS series, which for one team will lead to the [...]

ALDS 2010: Cliff Lee Shows the Power of the Big-Game »

If anyone was surprised at Cliff Lee’s performance in today’s ALDS conclusion, they haven't watched enough baseball to call themselves fans. If this postseason has made one thing perfectly evident, it is that a true ace in the postseason is worth many times his weight in gold. What’s more astonishing is how accurately one may [...]

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