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Joe Girardi Confirms MLB Doesn’t Update Him On PED’s
Yankees manager Joe Girardi addressed the New York media and 104.5 The Team ESPN Radio late Wednesday morning and confirmed that he does not receive updates on what is going on with MLB and their continued effort to ban Alex Rodriguez and many others for their roles in the Biogenesis drug lab.
Yankees-Mets Series Preview
The Subway Series is here again.  This of course is more for the fans and the media, but there are some terrific New York baseball storylines to this one.  First thing is first.  The Yanks come fresh off an impressive series win in Tampa Bay, where they seem to never win games. The Mets continue to …
Former Yankee Jeff Nelson Talks With The Team
Former Yankee and four-time World Series champion Jeff Nelson, now with Sirius XM Radio, recently joined Mike Lindsley on 104.5 The Team ESPN Radio to talk about today's game, his Yankee years during the Joe Torre era and the development of the bullpen the last two decades...
Orb’s Triple Crown Chances
Orb won the Kentucky Derby.  Right after that, whenever any horse wins, you will hear horse racing fans say, "Well, this horse has a great chance to win the Triple Crown."  Well of course it does.  You have to win the Derby in order to win The Preakness in order to w…
Now Or Nova
Unless Phil Hughes turns it around fairly soon and fully develops into what Yankee fans thought he would be (this writer thinks the time has come and gone for him to do so), someone must take that spot.
Twins Pitcher Met His Future Wife on Twitter
Learning that you've been traded to another team is an inevitable event during the career of a Major League Baseball player. For most players it's just a part of life - a non-event you might say. Not so for former Phillies pitcher Vance Worley when he was traded on Dec. 6, 2012, to the Twi…

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