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 [...]
This past Friday, I predicted which AL teams deserved the “Overachiever,” “Underachiever,” and “Dark Horse” tags. Today, I thought it’d be fun to venture into that parallel bizzaro-world of baseball often referred to as the National League and do the same.
Overachiever | I was torn on this one but [...]
The Phillies’ 2011 top four starters combined for [...]
The Yankees were owned by a total scrub pitcher for the second straight night, falling to Kyle Kendrick and the Phillies 7-1 in New York’s second straight lackluster effort. I’m trying not to get too bent out of shape over the loss — hey, offensive slump or not, [...]
I thought the Yankees faced Roy Halladay on Tuesday night, not yesterday.
Somehow old man Jamie Moyer completely stifled the Yankee offense with his “devastating” array of slow-pitch garbage, limiting the Bombers to two runs (both on solo home runs from Robinson Cano and Jorge Posada) [...]
The baseball media hyped last night’s game against the Yankees as a great pitcher’s duel: CC Sabathia versus Roy Halladay. It didn’t turn out that way. Halladay gave up six runs in only six innings of work, and yielded three home runs, which tied his career high.
The match up didn’t [...]
The Yankees incredibly got to Roy Halladay for six earned runs en route to an 8-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday evening. Halladay was shockingly ineffective against the team he has pretty much owned more than any pitcher owns any other [...]
The Philadelphia Phillies return to Yankee Stadium tonight for the first time since losing the 2009 World Series to the Yankees in Game 6 last November 4.
The two teams have of course added and subtracted a wide variety of players from their rosters since that time, although most [...]
The Yankees won 9-5 on Sunday, completing the sweep of the sad Houston Astros this weekend and pulling into a tie with the Tampa Bay Rays for both first place in the AL East and the best record in baseball.
The Yankees appeared to be on their way to [...]
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