When Spring Training opens, most media coverage around the league tends to stress the “hope springs eternal” angle of the start of a new season. Every team has the opportunity to begin anew, and for at least a few weeks, all fans can dream that 2011 will be the year that their team [...]
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Although every manager comes to Spring Training with at least a little bit of hope that they’ll be able to lead their team to glory, the landscape of postseason baseball is littered with many of their broken dreams. To illustrate this sad reality, a baseball [...]
I’m usually not one for reading the Post, but in these desperate times for content–with a little help from my girlfriend’s wandering eye–pointed me to this article from GAK3 outlining his ten most pressing concerns for the Yankees heading into this season. Since I’m an absolute know it all, I’ll answer his concerns:
For all thirty teams in the Majors, this week marks the real beginning of 2011. Each team will report to its respective base camp in either Arizona or Florida, the players will dust off their equipment, ready themselves to run, stretch, throw, hit, and finally play a game, even if it’s not meaningful in the [...]
I have a confession to make. During his eight-year tenure with the New York Yankees, for no apparent reason I never really warmed up to Mike Mussina. It’s not that I outwardly disliked Moose, but at no point in my Yankee fandom do I ever recall absolutely and [...]
Yankee GM Brian Cashman had some choice words for Joba Chamberlain as pitchers and catchers reported to camp. The NY Post has the details:
“Anybody who has [minor league] options is not a lock for anything,” Cashman said when asked by The Post if the 25-year-old was a roster-spot [...]
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