The Yankees took a 1-0 lead against Felix Hernandez into the bottom of the 8th inning in Seattle. Unfortunately, for the second time this month Joba Chamberlain was not up to the challenge of holding the lead for Mariano Rivera. He recorded only one out before loading the bases and giving [...]
The Yankees picked up an exciting come-from-behind victory in the first of four against Seattle, beating the Mariners 3-1.
The noodle-bat Mariners came to Yankee Stadium last week and took two out of three on the strength of spectacular starting pitching from two of the best pitchers in baseball, Cliff Lee and Felix Hernandez.
Unfortunately for the Yankees they are going to have to face both [...]
Hooray for Interleague Play being over! I realize there are certain aspects of Interleague that are enjoyable to fans, but unless they revamp the schedule so that every team in baseball plays every other team there’s always going to be a certain level of imbalance/unfairness to the proceedings. [...]
I greatly enjoyed breaking the Twins down for the 2009 ALDS, but time we’ll do [...]
One of the primary recurring themes of this long, long baseball offseason has been several teams’ renewed focus on defense. We all know how the Mariners went from losing all 162 games they played in 2008 to incredibly winning all 162 in 2009 (editor’s note: exaggeration) due to [...]
The Mariners have signed Felix Hernandez to a five-year, $80 million deal, which means the King now won’t be hitting free agency until after the 2014 season. Although incredibly, he’ll just be coming off his age 28 season that year. Despite the half-decade wait, if you listen closely you [...]
Hard not to feel good about your team’s chances of winning with 2 outs in the bottom of the 9th, bases empty and Mariano Rivera on the mound protecting a one-run lead. Two pitches later the Mariners stole away a victory. Frustrating as it was to watch — it seems like these kinds of things [...]
I have to say I’m pretty disappointed the Yanks weren’t able to sweep this past weekend. I know we’ve been playing spectacularly well, and we were due for a letdown at some point, but the greedy Yankee fan in me wants them to win every single game, especially when playing a team as pathetic as [...]
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