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A-Rod Has Come a Long Way…But Is It Far Enough? »

I remember back in February 2004, when I first heard the news that Alex Rodriguez had been traded to the New York Yankees.  At the time, I was a soon-to-be 14-year-old fan who had finally stopped taking for granted how difficult it was to win a World Series.  After growing up watching the Yankee dynasty win four championships in five [...]

Alex Rodriguez’ Big Night Puts Him Right Back »

With three home runs and five RBIs in Saturday night's game against the Royals, Alex Rodriguez has put himself right into the middle of the American League MVP race this year. A-Rod smacked his first home run of the night in the sixth inning to break a 1-1 tie, giving the Yanks a 2-1 lead. It was also the first of three Yankee home runs in [...]

New York Yankee’s Latest Hero: Marcus Thames »

New York Yankees Marcus Thames has been the talk of the town lately—and for good reason. Thames has come up big for the Yankees as he led the team in victory over the Texas Rangers Cliff Lee, this past Wednesday night. The switch-hitter went 3-5 with two hits, a homer, and two RBI. Thames had the game-winning single in the top of the [...]

Jose Canseco Living In a Garage; Get Hired As Coach »

Jose Canseco may want to think of writing a new book or do something extraordinary in order to get out of the current streak of bad luck that he has hit. When Canseco was in his prime, he would date models and drive some of the world's most expensive cars. Nowadays, it seems like he can't even afford a nice home. The former Major League slugger [...]

New York Yankees Bullpen is Red Hot »

Last night the Yankees bullpen went a combined 3.2 innings without allowing a run. At a certain point this season that would have been a major achievement for them, but lately it has been par for the course for them. Get this, over the last 30 days the Yankees bullpen has had a 2.35 ERA, good for the best in the American League. Leading the way [...]

Yankees Notes: Recap, Aceves, El Duque, 2 Picks Signed »

The Yankees sat through two rain delays before they lost to the Kansas City Royals by a score of 4-3. Here are some notes: Dustin Moseley went 4.1 innings and allowed all four runs. The Yankees liked what they saw from Curtis Granderson on Thursday so they put him in the No. 2 hole yesterday. Nick Swisher was benched because of the heat. [...]

New York Yankees Fall to Kansas City Royals in »

The deciding factor in a game between the mighty New York Yankees and the lowly Kansas City Royals was a solo home run that came in the fifth inning. The game featured two rain delays: one 31-minute delay and one two-hour-and-10 minute stoppage.  There was lightning in the sky, but none coming off the Yankee bats as they fell victim to the [...]

Kim Kardashian: Now Linked to New York Yankees Legend »

It’s like deja-vu all over again!  Kim Kardashian, famous for being famous for foraging after flashy football players, is once again romantically linked to another celebrity athlete—this time a jock from a different sport. And it’s not soccer super star Cristiano Rinaldo or basketballer Lebron James. [...]

Andy Pettitte Experiences Setback in Rehab »

Via the AP: Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte had a setback in a simulated game Friday and will join the team Saturday in Kansas City for further evaluations. Joe Girardi said Pettitte could only push off at 75 percent in a 50-pitch simulated game at Tampa. He said Pettitte would not make a minor league rehab start Monday or Tuesday next [...]

Graig Nettles: The Forgotten Yankee Captain »

When the Yankees acquired Graig Nettles in a trade with the Cleveland Indians, they had no idea of how good a player they were getting. Coming in at 6'0" 180 lbs, Nettles was hardly a player you would expect to have nearly 400 career home runs. Nevertheless, by the time he retired he held the American League record for most home runs by a third [...]

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