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Who's The Favorite To Be The Next Mets Manager?
The New York Baseball scene is focused on the Yankees but the Mets are in the middle of a manager search. Who has the best odds of being the next New York Mets manager? Right now it's former Met and Yankee Carlos Beltran. Beltran is loved by players and known for being a solid locker room guy. …
If Not Joe Girardi Managing The Yankees, Then Who?
I'll admit I have always liked Joe Girardi. I liked him when he was a catcher for the Yankees, I like the way he handle the Cubs as a rookie manager and I liked the way he's handled the transition from the "Core Four" to the "Baby Bombers." All that being said it makes …
Yankees Send Message By Benching Gary Sanchez
Last year Gary Sanchez burst onto the seen putting up offensive numbers comparable to Babe Ruth himself. The work Sanchez did with the bat was amazing but more impressive was the way this 23 year old called games and played defense behind the plate...
Kick 'em Or Keep 'em: New York Yankees
The New York Yankees are still under .500 and struggling to keep pace in the tough AL East. The team has a number of expiring contracts and players who just don't fit their roster and aren't helping the team win.
With the trade deadline getting closer, and the Yankees slowly falling out of the playof…
Chapman Leaves Yanks Camp Again
Newly acquired New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman has had his share of off-the-field issues this off-season. Chapman was involved in a domestic violence incident involving his girlfriend in which he fired seven gunshots into a garbage can and another through a window of his garage...
Pineda Shows Up To Spring Training Heavy
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WIth Masahiro Tanaka announcing that he could miss his opening day start, many assumed that 27-year-old Michael Pineda would fill the void. This was until Pineda showed up to spring training looking like he ate Michael Pineda...

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