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3 Games Will Make a Season for New York Yankees
3 Games Will Make a Season for New York Yankees
3 Games Will Make a Season for New York Yankees
They have battled the ups and downs of 156 games of Major League Baseball, played through, hopefully, the back end of a pandemic. They weathered the criticisms of the media, as their $200 million dollar payroll dipped precariously out of the playoff picture. The experts wondered aloud if Hal Steinbrenner would drastically part ways with the steady hand of general manager Brian Cashman. Or, as most think would be the likely outcome, would Aaron Boone take the hit for his underperforming squad? 3 games may answer everyone's questions.
New York Yankees Embrace Fall Run
New York Yankees Embrace Fall Run
New York Yankees Embrace Fall Run
The New York Yankees had been struggling to find that identity that carried them through a blistering late August, 13 game winning streak. The Bombers were coming off of a disappointing weekend last week after Cleveland pasted them twice. Three wins against the Texas Rangers prior to heading into Boston on Friday was a good tune-up for the wild playoff atmosphere in Fenway Park this weekend. Six head to head games with the two teams you are fighting for playoff spots is just the way the New York Yankees franchise likes it.
A Yankees’ MLB Rival Is Moving To New York
A Yankees’ MLB Rival Is Moving To New York
A Yankees’ MLB Rival Is Moving To New York
Some of the New York Yankees road trips just got a lot shorter. The "Toronto" Blue Jays who have been playing their home games in its spring training ballpark in Dunedin, Florida will shuffle off to Buffalo. The Blue Jays have been able to play in Canada since the COVID-19 pandemic hit so now they return to their home from last season, Sahlen Field in beautiful downtown Buffalo New York starting June 1st.
Where Will The Blue Jays Play And Are The Mets Cursed? [AUDIO]
Where Will The Blue Jays Play And Are The Mets Cursed? [AUDIO]
Where Will The Blue Jays Play And Are The Mets Cursed? [AUDIO]
Who's ready for some Major League Baseball?! If you didn't just raise your hand we can't be friends anymore! ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney joins Levack and Goz on Opening Day of the 2020 MLB season to all the questions! Are the New York Mets cursed? Where will the Toronto Blue Jays call home this season? Does he still think the Tampa Bay Rays will win the AL East? Will he find a way be "Dr Doom" on this amazing day?
Columbia High Grad Kevin Smith Ready for Pro Ball
Columbia High Grad Kevin Smith Ready for Pro Ball
Columbia High Grad Kevin Smith Ready for Pro Ball
Kevin Smith has had about 24 hours to digest the fact that he's now a professional baseball player. It will all become officially official on Friday when he flies to Florida to sign his contract with the Blue Jays organization, but with Toronto's 4th round selection of the former Columbia High School star on Tuesday, it's as official as it needs to be right now...
Former Columbia Star Kevin Smith Drafted By Blue Jays
Former Columbia Star Kevin Smith Drafted By Blue Jays
Former Columbia Star Kevin Smith Drafted By Blue Jays
Former Columbia High School standout and University of Maryland shortstop Kevin Smith was selected 129th overall by the Toronto Blue Jays in the fourth round of the 2017 MLB Draft. Smith is the 4th capital region player to be selected by the Blue Jays in the last 3 years; Shaker's Jeff Hoffman in 2014, Shenendehowa's Ben Anderson, and Union's Jake Fishman both drafted in 2016...
Yankees Waste Another CC Outing
Yankees Waste Another CC Outing
Yankees Waste Another CC Outing
The New York Yankees wasted another strong outing by one of their starting pitchers as they lost 4-1 to the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night. C.C. Sabathia gave up 2 earned runs on just five hits in six innings pitched. However, the most impressive thing Sabathia has done over his last few starts is how economical he is with his pitches...
Yankees Fall As C.C. Shines
Yankees Fall As C.C. Shines
Yankees Fall As C.C. Shines
The New York Yankees have fallen back under .500 after losing the final two games in their home series against the Blue Jays. On Thursday, the Bombers lost the matinee 3-1 as they spoil another C.C. Sabathia stellar performance. Sabathia threw 7 innings using only 83 pitches, struck out seven, gave up two hits, and zero earned runs, yet still picked up the loss as the Yankee offense once again fai

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