Alright I went ahead and made a second fantasy league for anyone else who wants to play. I’m still playing, I’m still using a Point Break themed team name and you’re all still destined to lose to me. Join up.
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On every night 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 [...]
As fans, we tend to treat athletes like commodities, automatons who are supposed to perform with a certain level of proficiency purely for our enjoyment. We boo when they fail, justifying this by dint of our having purchased a ticket, as if that gives us some level of ownership in the team and, by extension, [...]
I need to preface this post with the caveat that I have minimal desire to actually trade Phil Hughes. Those that have read my work for a while know that I am one of the biggest Hughes fanboys around, and it’s been an absolute pleasure to get to watch Phil continue to [...]
Ok, first a few disclaimers. Don’t fret too much about the non-prospect’s ratings: I put very little thought into them. They just aren’t all that important. Second, I didn’t bother filling out the bench very much, because who knows who the Yankees will slot into those spots. They [...]
Lenny Neslin of Lenny’s Yankees recently spoke with Jim Bouton, former Yankee and author of one of the more controversial baseball books ever published, “Ball Four.”
Be sure to give the interview a listen when you have a chance.
I was able to watch the whole Spring Training game last night and I thought I’d drop a few thoughts about the game, mostly just about two players.
Bartolo Colon looked good. Damn good. If we’re going to go with this whole start-by-start, then as of right now, he’s clearly got a [...]
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The 2009 Mariners showcased promise despite obvious offensive shortcomings thanks to some stellar defense. After a third-place finish in the AL West, a renewed sense of optimism was reinforced last year after the organization added front-line starter
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