Seemingly every time a baseball team is on the brink of being sold we start hearing a lot about Mark Cuban. The 52-year-old billionaire is the owner of the perennially successful Dallas Mavericks, a team which he transformed from a league doormat to a top Western Conference talent. While he’s widely known for his antics [...]
There is no way around the fact that Andy Pettitte deciding to hang his spikes up is highly disappointing. I was convinced he’d return, with seemingly plenty left in the tank, a chance to climb up the all-time leaderboards and perhaps an opportunity for another championship [...]
Capping off a tumultuous offseason in which the Yankees seemed to have been denied every player they really wanted, Andy Pettitte has decided to retire. While we can hold out hope that Andy changes his mind at some point and joins the club for the second half ala Roger Clemens, this leaves the Yankees [...]
As the brilliant Washington Irving once explained, “Sweet is the memory of distant friends! Like the mellow rays of the departing sun, it falls tenderly, yet sadly, on the heart.” Boy, do those words ring true as the stark reality of Andy [...]
With the off season winding down, I figure that it is about time to see where everybody is going to wind up. The Yankees manage to emerge from a slow post-2011 off season while hanging on to all of their top pitching prospects. I have prepared this graphic in order to attempt to project where [...]
Multiple sources are reporting Andy Pettitte will announce his retirement tomorrow. This is a rather unexpected blow — though it can’t exactly be considered surprising — and there’s certainly no sugarcoating it.
We’ll have more later; for now the only upside is hopefully getting to see [...]
Yesterday, I projected the potential starting rotation by WAR so I’ll do the same thing with the bullpen today. However, it’s near impossible to tell just how many guys will be pitching in the bullpen and at what times. In fact, it’s possible that some of the guys I projected in the rotation will get [...]
In 2009, a swath of players were [...]
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