Monthly Archives: August 2010

Yankees Offense Keep Rolling

Marcus Thames hit his 6th home run in as many games as the Yankees slugged their way past the Oakland A’s 11-5. Here are some notes: Mark Teixeira returned to the lineup and hit a 3rd inning home run that … Continue reading

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Ivan Nova: Cool As Ice

“No nerves, no pressure at all.” (Tim Britton: Yankees.com) As said by a rookie pitching for the New York Yankees in New York City, the largest media market in all of sports. Ivan Nova, or as he is known now … Continue reading

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Yankees Hall of Famer: Babe Ruth

George Herman Ruth was better known as Babe Ruth or The Sultan of Swat, The King of Crash, The Colossus of Clout, The Great Bambino, The Wali of Wallop, The Rajah of Rap, The Caliph of Clout, The Wazir of … Continue reading

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Yankees: Worst Rotation, Best Bullpen Last 30 Days

Early in the season the Yankees were carried by their strong rotation and were constantly hurt by their poor bullpen. Lately it has been the exact opposite though. At one point CC Sabathia, Andy Pettitte, and Phil Hughes were among … Continue reading

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