Luke Voit Homers Again As Yankees End Losing Streak

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After enduring a stretch of futility the franchise has only seen five times in the previous 24 years, the New York Yankees can finally exhale. A walk-off wild pitch on Saturday against the New York Mets snapped their seven-game losing streak. The losing streak saw late-inning blown leads, injuries, and Covid-19 cancellations, but an anemic […] READ MORE


Reliving History: 1961 New York Yankees

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Pinstripe Pride Throwback to 1961 New York Yankees Continuing with our “Reliving History” series, today’s focus is on the 1961 New York Yankees. When looking back on the Yankees squad that season, it’s easy to make an argument that the team had everything on their 25-man roster. The Yankees were blessed with plenty of offensive […] READ MORE


Ten Baseball Books Worth Picking Up

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The baseball world was shaken up Thursday with the postponement of the 2020 MLB season due to the outbreak of coronavirus. MLB joined all of the other major-sports leagues in taking these precautions, leaving fans with a lot of downtime on their hands. Some will spend that time playing the newly released MLB: The Show […] READ MORE



Clint Frazier Demotion Signifies Future

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With the recent acquisition of Edwin Encarnacion by the New York Yankees, Clint Frazier has been demoted. He was optioned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes Barre following Sunday’s 10-3 win against the Chicago White Sox. Clint Frazier: It’s a tough pill to swallow. It’s never fun, especially with how much I felt like I’ve contributed to the team this […] READ MORE


Joe DiMaggio Symbolizes Baseball Change

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83 years ago Friday, a young superstar-to-be made his MLB debut with the New York Yankees. Joe DiMaggio broke onto the scene showcasing the pure hitting ability and graceful outfield play that would immortalize him as one of the greatest to ever step on a baseball field. Over eight decades after his first game, DiMiaggio […] READ MORE


Bat Flips — A New Age of Baseball

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Baseball, the sport with the “unwritten rules” — as some like to call it. Everyone knows these rules exist, but not everyone understands them. Nor does everybody have the same interpretation of these rules. One of the unwritten rules that have come up in recent discussion is the bat flip. With home runs on the rise, […] READ MORE



New York Yankees Top Five All-Time WAR Leaders

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No team is baseball can match many of the New York Yankees’ all-time records. Their 27 World Series championships easily double the next best team (St. Louis Cardinals with 11). The “Evil Empire” is the most popular and polarizing team in MLB. New York has also been home to some of the very best athletes […] READ MORE