Five Best Yankees Offseason Acquisitions of the Last 20 Years

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The New York Yankees have not been nearly as successful as they were during the late-1990s as they won four World Series titles from 1996 through 2001. Despite not having as much success, they have still been perennial playoff contenders. Since 2001, they have been to the World Series twice, 2003 and 2009, winning it […] READ MORE


Potential Landing Spots for Michael Brantley

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After two strong, productive years with the Houston Astros, Michael Brantley is back on the free-agent market. Originally drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2005, Brantley was traded to the Cleveland Indians in 2008 to be named later from the CC Sabathia deal. In 10 seasons with Cleveland, the Silver Slugger established himself as a […] READ MORE


New York Mets Ugly Eleven Losses # 11

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Every fan base has those games that rip you apart emotionally. Some fan bases have many more to choose from than others. In my years as a New York Mets fan, there are many games and moments that have ripped me apart. I have rounded this down to the Ugly Eleven All-Time Met losses in […] READ MORE


New York Yankees Top Five Moments From 2019

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When the expectations of winning a World Series championship every season cloud the vision of fans, players, and management, it can be hard to see the positives of the New York Yankees 2019 season. In spite of that elusive title slipping from their grasp, there was a surplus of moments that should make team proud. […] READ MORE


New York Yankees Plan to Outslug Their Opponents

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Yankees to Outslug Their Opponents The New York Yankees are closing in on winning their 19th American Eastern division title. With a nine-game lead over the second-place Tampa Bay Rays and 17 games left in the regular season, it is just a matter of time. This has been a remarkable season with the obscene amount […] READ MORE


The Legacy of Roy “Doc” Halladay

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The Doc is IN — Cooperstown that is.  Roy “Doc” Halladay finally accompanies the other greats of the game in the Hall of Fame. He joins former Toronto Blue Jays in Cooperstown such as Paul Molitor, Roberto Alomar, Dave Winfield, Phil Niekro, Rickey Henderson, and Jack Morris. After a 16 year career, Halladay possesses a […] READ MORE


New York Yankees Regain Mojo for Crucial Stretch

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The New York Yankees have regained their mojo. The Yankees, who overcame a slew of injuries, have fought all the way back into first place. But they were in the midst of a 3-8 stretch after losing two straight games on the road to the surprising Chicago White Sox. With the Tampa Bay Rays and […] READ MORE


CC Sabathia Gets 3000th Strikeout

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New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia has become the 17th member of the 3000 Strikeout Club. When Arizona Diamondbacks catcher John Ryan Murphy swung and missed a low changeup to become the final out of the second inning, Sabathia hit the milestone. He amassed five strikeouts in the game before leaving in the bottom of […] READ MORE


Where Gio Gonzalez Should Play in 2019

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Left handed starting pitcher, Gio Gonzalez, can make an impact for a Major League team this season. The question, though, is where will he do this? He elected to opt out of his contract with the New York Yankees on Saturday. According to Mark Feinsand of MLB.com, the Yankees now have until Monday, April 22nd […] READ MORE


Luis Severino Suffers Strained Lat

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New York Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino has been shut down for six weeks with a grade two lat strain. This comes as a big blow for the Yankees as they were expecting him to make his season debut by the start of May after being sidelined with shoulder inflammation. Luis Severino’s MRI showed grade […] READ MORE