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1) Robinson Cano’s new swing. He walked twice and drove the ball back up the middle, both things that are going to be vital to him having a good season. The new stance has him remaining square to the plate for a longer time, which should increase patience and help with his [...]
Despite the well-chronicled signings of the top three free agents on the market to massive, multi-million dollar deals, the Yankees actually shrunk their payroll by about $8 Million, according to Bob Nightengale of USA Today. Other teams engaging in George Costanza-like shrinkage include the Red Sox ($10M) and 12 other teams in total. Despite [...]
At long last, we reach Opening Day. After the long, barren cold of the offseason, the first pitch of the baseball season heralds the start of spring, signaling a rebirth of the magic, aura, and mystique that accompany our national pastime. This day holds varying significance in different cities. In places like Pittsburgh and Kansas [...]
Every publication tries their hand at predicting the future at the beginning of each MLB season. Its a fun game to play. We don’t pretend to be clairvoyent, so we are open to argument and debate about who is mostly likely to do what this season. We disagree on some key predictions, and agree on [...]
On Friday, Mike Axisa at RAB posted the following about Derek Jeter:
Let’s face it folks, the Captain is at the point in his career where he’s gradually making his way over to the glue factory. Check it out:
2006 2007 2008
OBP .417 .388 .363
Following my experience during the first game at Yankee Stadium II Friday night, I thought I’d post a few brief thoughts and a few photos.
In short, the new “Ballpark in the Bronx” is majestic.
The Great Hall is just that, great. Images of Thurman Munson, Paul O’Neil and a host of other iconic Yankees [...]
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