An interesting article for your mental digestion, Yankee fans, by the great Peter Gammons on “Falling back in love with defense” showing that baseball people and fans alike are slowly coming back to the point where defense is now being valued nearly as much as offense.
One GM even goes so far as to [...]
Alex Rodriguez has been outed, now, what other names do you think may be featured in the 2003 results (there are 104 in total)? I don’t consider this to be inappropriate speculation, instead, I think it’s only fair for us to wonder about who the other names are since they have yet to be released. [...]
Jorge Posada played catch yesterday, throwing 140 times at varying distances. According to Jorge, he’s feeling pretty good and is progressing nicely. Also, speaking of Jorge, he offered a “that’s pretty accurate” of his own, yesterday, when asked if he was one of the 104 players on the now infamous 2003 survey list.
From the WGS Red Sox blog comes the 2009 PECOTA projected standings. PECOTA predicts that three AL teams will win over 90 games. The problem is, all three teams are in the AL East, as you could make a strong argument that the three best teams in all of baseball are Boston, New York, [...]
The Yankees opening day lineup last year included five left-handed hitters, two switch hitters (one being Melky), and two right-handed hitters. The team was heavily left-handed, hitting just .258/.339/.395 against left-handed pitching (versus .277/.343/.441 against right-handers) – a major weakness.
The Yankees subtracted Jason Giambi and Bobby Abreu, two lefties, and added Mark Teixeira, a [...]
We’re in the middle of the worst economic crisis in most people’s lifetimes. Congress has a ton of work to do on a new budget, new energy policy, and a host of other things that come with a new President.
Of course, Representative Cummings (D MD-7) believes that the best use of the people’s [...]
Alex Rodriguez apologized for his steroid use yesterday, coming clean regarding use from 2001-2003. Yet some pundits remain unhappy, and have devoted their columns to poking holes in Alex’s apology. Although you might find an article like this in every NY daily this morning, Anthony Rieber’s article in Newsday provides the best structure for [...]
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