Curtis Clark

Many have said Robinson Cano is the best hitter in the game. I believe he is. His swing is pure and beautiful. It’s easy and his bat head stays through the zone. His head barely moves, sometimes if at all, and he’s always locked in. Call this a little infatuation […]

Robinson Cano: A Special Year

The All-Star break is rapidly approaching and the Yankees currently have the best record in baseball. They’ve been playing great baseball and there was a period there where it looked like nothing could go wrong for them. That was until June 27, 2012. Casey Kotchman hit a line drive off […]

AL East Midseason Power Rankings

The Yankees start up the second round of interleague games in the Subway Series against the Mets. After that series, they travel to Atlanta for a three game set against the Braves (June 11-13).  I will be in attendance of for each game of that series and will share some […]

Interleague play: good or bad?