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Why Ichiro Should Be Celebrated
Ichiro Suzuki is on the verge of history and he is being overlooked. The 16-year MLB veteran has played a flashy game that has dazzled fans ever since his rookie season. Though never winning a championship, Ichiro's career is one of mind-blowing statistics, however, none may be bigger and more …
Yankees Stop Skid Against Mariners
The New York Yankees finally got back into the win column on Sunday as they defeated the Seattle Mariners 4-3.
Alex Rodriguez, who batted 6th in the batting order, had a line-drive home run in the 2nd inning to put the Yankees up early...
Bees Storm Cubs Spring Training
Every year during spring training it seems a game is stopped for an odd reason. This time, like many others, it was for a swarm of bees. During the 3rd-inning at Sloan Park in Mesa, Arizona, bees surrounded Chicago Cubs center fielder Jason Heyward, stinging him multiple times, causing a five minute…
On the Farm: Former Siena Standout Joins Us
Siena all-time home run leader Dan Paolini joined Brady Farkas for 1045theteam.com on Tuesday morning.
Paolini, a 2011 major league draft choice of the Seattle Mariners, is currently in AA with the Jackson Generals, a Mariners affiliate...
Yankees Mariners Rained Out For Tonight
Tonight's game against Robison Cano and the Seattle Mariners has been postponed due to inclement weather. Basically it's pouring at the Stadium and not going to stop until some time tomorrow morning. There is no details at this time as to when the game will be made up...
I Booed Cano Before It was Cool!
I keep hearing this debate about whether or not we should BOO Robinson Cano. If you're a Yankees fan or just a baseball fan feel free to yell, scream, Boo or whatever else you want.
Yankees-Athletics Series Preview
The Yankees continue their 11-day, 10-game West Coast trip with a three game set in Oakland.  New York comes off a successful series in Seattle having won three of four, including the last game in which Felix Hernandez pitched (no-decision for Hernandez).  Oakland, meanwhile, comes off a f…
The Ichiro Factor
There is no doubt that this isn't 2001-2010 anymore.  Ichiro Suzuki is not the 200-hit season Ichiro.  But he can still really help the Yankees, not so much as an every day player who is dominant, but helping the Yanks change games in the late innings.

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