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John Rocker Utters Another Dumb Comment
Don't worry if you are 1 of those on guard 24 hours a day for alleged or real racist or gay slurs. This time the former Atlanta Braves closer, and a few other clubs, opened his mouth about steroids and how the game was better with the players juicing and cheating...
Joe Girardi’s Approach With CC Sabathia Must Change
CC Sabathia has thrown over 2,600 innings in the big leagues.  He is 32.  He had a bone spur removed over the offseason.  He has trouble putting guys away with two strikes.  His velocity is down.  At times, his location is hit and miss, especially with his off-speed stuff.  In other words, this isn't 2007 or 2008 anymore, in Cleveland or Milwaukee, when he could carry a team and log a ton of innin
Yankees-Orioles Series Preview
The Yankees and Orioles will play three at one of baseball's best ballparks, Camden Yards, over the weekend.  New York comes off a series loss in which it lost two of three to Texas.  Baltimore comes off a four-game series split with Cleveland. Here is a Yanks-Birds series preview.
Yankees Sweep Tribe
After a very difficult week against the Mets and Red Sox that garnered only 1 win out of 7 games, the Yankees entered this week determined to bounce back, and they did exactly that with a 3-game sweep of the Cleveland Indians to wrap up their 8-game home-stand. Led by a complete game performance from CC Sabathia, the Yankees took the final game 6-4 earlier this afternoon and now head to the West C
CC Inconsistency
When CC Sabathia is on, we know what he is capable of.  The Yankees were on a five-game losing streak heading into their series with Boston and needed Sabathia badly.  They needed the lefthander to deliver a masterful performance.  One that would right the ship back into the sea of victories.
Another Yankee Goes Down As Andy Pettitte Goes On The DL
Sooner or later the Yankees will get more players back on the field then go on the disabled list. Sooner or later. Andy Pettittie, pitching mostly top notch baseball thsi year is the latest of the pinstripe brigade to be put on ice so to speak with a sprained right trapezius muscle...
Back in 2010, the Yankees failed to get Cliff Lee because minor league infielder David Adams didn't pass a physical due to a bum ankle and so the trade never happened with Seattle and Lee went to Texas instead and helped the Rangers win the pennant.  Lee, at that time, was the surest pitcher in baseball.  He isn't that now, at the age of 34, but the Yankees should still go get him.
Yankees Crush Tribe
As the New York Yankees entered today's game at Progressive Field, some fans were already starting to worry about Robinson Cano's lack of production at the plate, just one week into the season. But today, Cano silenced his doubters for now by blasting a pair of homers, along with a double and four runs scored, as the Yankees blew out the Cleveland Indians 11-6.
Do You Wish the Yankees Had Nick Swisher?
Ichiro Suzuki is hitting .111 as of April 8.  Brennan Boesch is hitting .200 as of the same date.  The two have a combined four hits on the season.  But does that mean the Yankees should have overpaid for Nick Swisher?  Absolutely not.
Yankees Try to Tackle the Tribe
The New York Yankees, with the depleted roster we all know by now, opened up 2013 losing two of three to Boston and two of three to Detroit.  BUT, the last game against Detroit was a 7-0 win and the Yanks downed ace Justin Verlander and CC Sabathia rebounded for a win, so the momentum is there to ride.  And now the pinstripes head to Cleveland for a four-game set.  Here is a series preview: Read M
Bourne To Fail
Well Met fans we should be used to this. Came up short again. Well at least the Mets are consistent. What is the losing streak up to now? This time the previous small market Cleveland Indians won the battle to Michael Bourne as the Mets decided that 11th pick in the 1st round was more valuable then a guy who could step right in and help this ballclub and by all accounts wanted to come to New York.

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