Daily Archives: June 9, 2012

Deep Thoughts on the Yankees-Rays Series

Ray-fan has two explanations ready to go following a series with the Yankees.  If you listen to Tampa Bay local AM radio sports-blather as religiously as I do, you get to a point where you can commit the following themes … Continue reading

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Derek Jeter’s defense is among the worst in baseball

I know, I know. You’ve all heard the arguments before. For years we heard every Yankee critic around bashing Derek Jeter for his poor defense. It’s something that we thought we had put behind us, but unfortunately The Captain has … Continue reading

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Yankees versus Braves: a preview

I can remember a few years ago when the Yankees came to Atlanta in 2009 and we all know why it was a special year. I got to go to one game on a Tuesday, I believe. I lived in … Continue reading

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Rumor: Yankees were among Jorge Soler’s most aggressive bidders

The deadline to bid on the 20-year-old, Cuban, free agent, outfielder Jorge Soler imposed by his agent was Thursday and with practically half of baseball involved the Yankees were among the most aggressive bidders, according to Buster Olney of ESPN. … Continue reading

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