After peaking as the best third baseman in the American League in 2002, the injury-plagued Chavez enjoyed two more elite seasons before beginning his descent [...]
The recently-announced retirement of Andy Pettitte is the hot story around the media and the blogosphere, and deservedly so. His retirement has significant implications for the playoff hopes of the current squad, and also has elicited some controversy as to whether he is Hall of Fame worthy (will probably be discussed ad nauseum until there [...]
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Usually, when one thinks of a podium in the Bronx, it’s there to say hello to a new million dollar acquisition. This time, however, the media hordes were assembled to say goodbye to one of the team’s all-time greats. That’s why, as Andy [...]
At the end of a recent episode of HBO’s Real Time, Bill Maher suggested that financial parity is the reason the NFL has become more popular than Major League Baseball. He didn’t use those words precisely but he suggested that the reason football is [...]
Andy Pettitte has long been one of my favorite pitchers in baseball. Yes, this is obvious. He pitched for the Yankees and I love the Yankees. But, like many of you, I always felt more of a “connection” to Andy Pettitte. Why? Well, a stupid reason. Andy and I share June 15th as our birthday. [...]
Tango’s 2011 Marcel projections are here! Only, if you’re a Yankee fan, they may make you want to crawl into a deep, dark hole somewhere.
Thus far this offseason we’ve been treated to three projection systems: Bill James‘ came out first, [...]
It was a seasonally warm 55 degree October night in front of a packed house in Yankee Stadium. Tino Martinez threw out the ceremonial first pitch, and the Yanks honored longtime fan Freddy (‘Freddy Sez’) Schuman before the game, who had died the day before at age 85. The series was tied [...]
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