The Yankees beat the Mets 2-1 on the strength of six strong innings of one-hit, shutout ball from Javier Vazquez. I was watching the game at Bleecker Heights with an old friend of mine, and so we were baffled when Vazquez — who had been absolutely [...]
For what it’s worth, I’ve never been much of a fan of Interleague Play, let alone six absurdly hyped-up regular season games against a severely mismanaged crosstown National League baseball club that solely exist to help the Daily News and the Post sell newspapers.
Enough of this three and two run National League crap.
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Don’t think the lineup’s been posted anywhere yet, but here’s what the Yankees trotted out [...]
OK, so Randy Winn obviously isn’t going to destroy the Yankees’ season. As I said to Moshe and Joe last night, I was mostly annoyed because I wanted Johnny Damon back, although I’m still not crazy about the Winn signing. But whatever — it is what it is, [...]
And so the New York Yankees return to the World Series for the first time since losing to the Marlins in 2003, in search of the franchise’s 27th championship and first trophy since beating the New York Metropolitans back in 2000. That the Yankees were finally able to vanquish Mike [...]
If CC Sabathia was going to have a clunker of a start — something that we really haven’t seen since his last outing in Tampa on July 28, when he gave up 5 runs through 5 2/3 — better last night than this coming Wednesday.
The only really unfortunate aspect [...]
I had an interesting discussion with a friend of mine yesterday, about how the regular season itself essentially used to function as the playoffs, with the two best teams in each league battling it out [...]
I’m not looking for an all-star at every position, but I believe that, as a fan of the team with more resources than anyone else in baseball, it is fair to critique the areas that could use improvement. I know Melky’s our #9 hitter, etc., but that’s a dangerous line of thinking — just because [...]
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