On every weeknight throughout the year, one of the TYA writers will post a trivia question as the nightly open thread. The blog administrators will keep track of the winners, and the commenter with the most correct answers will win a prize that has yet to be decided upon. The answers will be posted in [...]
Baseball America recently released a list of the top spending teams for international free agents in 2010, as well as a list of the top individual bonuses given out. On the team list, the Yankees come in at #2 with 5.27 million spent on international free agents, with the Mariners at 6.47 million [...]
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Over the past two days, the NFL and its players association have been engaged in a high stakes game of chicken. Will the league lock the players out? Will the union decertify first and force the fate of a new CBA into the courts? Or, [...]
Chad Jennings of Lohud reported that catcher Francisco Cervelli, who injured his foot with a foul ball in yesterday’s Spring Training game, will miss at least 4 weeks with a fracture in his foot. This is an unfortunate situation for Cervelli, who was the likely front-runner for the backup catcher position on the major [...]
This is a guest post from friend of the blog Eddie Perez, who can be found at @eddieperez23 on twitter.
This has been a fun week for the LeBron James detractors, as “LeBrick” and “LeFraud” tweets filled my timeline with the Heat losing 3 close games all ending on missed 3 point [...]
Let’s end our week with an eye towards the Right Coast and the N.L. teams that inhabit it. You know the drill.
Starting, as we so normally do, at the top with the Phillies. Let’s go with t3h 4 @ce$! shall we? No. The obvious choice [...]
2010 was Robinson Cano‘s coming out party. He exploded out of the gate, posting an incredible .497 wOBA in April, while batting .400. He posted a wOBA below .375 in only a single calendar month and went on to post career highs in homers, OBP, walk rate, slugging, wOBA, fWAR, OPS+ and bWAR. [...]
It’s been two days since Yankee backup catcher Francisco Cervelli fouled a pitch off his left foot. The initial results of the CT scan were negative, but a follow up MRI was inconclusive, leading the Yanks to believe he may have a hairline fracture. The injury could put Frankie on the shelf for up to [...]
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