One of my favorite baseball bloggers, Jonah Keri, is in the process of writing (what I assume to be) another fantastic book which is scheduled for release in 2014. He’ll be focusing in on the history of the Montreal Expos — a team I often find myself rather awestruck by, given the plethora [...]
I find it’s particularly easy at times to get lost in the vastness of baseball. The regular season goes on seemingly forever; all the while, it supplements our daily routine in a way no other sport is capable. As the months go by, injuries, hot streaks, heart breaking extra-inning losses and walk off wins all [...]
The rain came along and disrupted baseball last night. Let’s see if we can give this another go today in the continuation of Game 1. Go Yankees!
What do they say about baseball? Oh, right Suzyn.
Well, this series has already taken a turn for the unexpected thanks to monsoon-like conditions in the Bronx (and basically everywhere else in the North East). In any event, Game 1 will resume tonight at 8:37pm EST in the bottom of the second inning. [...]
Over the past few days, we’ve been privy to some pretty enthralling baseball. As the final days of the season come to an end, the Sox, Rays, Cardinals, and Braves having taken center stage as they desperately fight for October admittance. With all of this added mania, I’ve found myself watching even more baseball than [...]
The Yankees have crossed the border and are primed for yet another series against their northern neighbors. At this point, the magic number is down to seven and the Yankees odds for reaching the postseason are listed at 100%. Be sure to read TYA’s series preview if you haven’t already.
On an unrelated [...]
Friday night! Late night baseball (if you’re on the east coast that is). Let’s do it.
Today’s lineup (compliments of Baseballpress.com):
What’s better than two consecutive series against inter-divisional rivals? Three consecutive series! Okay, not really. But that’s still where we’re at as the Yankees host the Blue Jays for what feels like the gazillionth time. Use this as your open thread for the evening.
For the bad guys…
1. Yunel Escobar (R) SS
Hope everyone is enjoying their Friday! Tonight looks to be a good game as two dominant lefties face off. Use this as your game thread for the evening!
Tonight’s lineup (compliments of BaseballPress.com):
Win the series fellas!
Today’s lineups (compliments of BaseballPress.com)
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