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I was having a discussion with @jaydestro on Twitter this morning that piqued my interest as to the psyche of Yankees fans. Jay correctly noted that many Yankees fans and local media members will likely overreact should the Yankees lose to the Red Sox tonight. I asked [...]
Recently, I penned a piece on Boston’s right fielder, J.D. Drew, extolling his virtues as a ballplayer while outlining his under-the-radar ways. I noted that Drew, throughout his three-year tenure in the Boson organization, has provided exceptional production for the Fenway faithful and, often, for a number of reasons, fans from both the [...]
Opening Night is finally here. Since the end of Game Six, we’ve waited for this moment. Our desire to see real baseball has only grown during the offseason in light of new arrivals. Now, every player will once again look to prove just how good he is and try to carry his team to a [...]
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 clairvoyant, 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 [...]
The 2010 baseball season finally kicks off tonight, as our beloved Yankees take on the Boston Red Sox at 8:05pm at Fenway Park. Toeing the rubber for the Yankees for his second straight Opening Day start is CC Sabathia, who will be opposed by Josh Beckett. I haven’t seen [...]
Here are a few quick items regarding the team’s roster:
Damaso Marte’s shoulder is feeling better after being described as “cranky” earlier in the week. By playing yesterday, Jorge Posada proved his neck is fine and should not be an issue going forward. Nick Johnson, who is now two days removed from [...]
I recently visited Yankee Stadium and took some pix of the old facility, and some of the changing surrounding area. I took pix of the old building from 3 different angles, from the new stadium’s promenade, from the elevated Subway station across the street and some more from the elevated walkway that connects people to [...]
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