I'm so glad that the Yankees are finally mathematically eliminated from post-season contention with Thursday night's 8-3 loss to the Rays. With an out-of-this-world management job by Joe Girardi this year the Yanks have been delaying the inevitable for weeks
Ray Lewis is retired. Anquan Boldin was traded to San Francisco. Paul Kruger left via free agency to Cleveland. Dannell Ellerby left via free agency to Miami. Baltimore Released Cary Williams and Bernard Pollard
After allowing a few defensive lineman to escape their roster and thus depleting their from their strongest position the NY Giants dip into the free agent pool and come up with a large man, defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins who last played for their division rival the Philadelphia Eagles
Okay, let me be upfront. I am not a big Rafael Soriano fan and don't mind that he signed with the Washington Nationals. Soriano gets a two year deal for $28 million from the Washington Nationals. However, the ramifications of this signing could be damaging to the Yankees
I can't wait to read letters to the editor in the sports section of the New York papers the next few days. I am dying to see if ANY Mets fan will take the Mets to task for buying out the last two years of Jason Bay's contract and sending him packing
NFL free agency is in full effect, and although they haven’t been making the same big money deals as the Redskins, Bucs and perhaps even the Bills, the Jets and Giants have been making decisions to sure up their rosters:
Seems you can cross the name "Johnny Damon" off the list of possible Yankee DH desires. Reports indicate that Damon contacted the Yanks about returning to fill their vacant DH position. Damon wasn't re-signed by the Tampa Bay Rays after last season
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