Author Archives: Mark Panuthos

5 Completely Random Post ALDS Observations

A “great” series is one in which the Yankees not only play well, but in which they post a “W”. By that standard, the Yankees had a “great” series against the Orioles.  By just about any other metric, though, their … Continue reading

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Raul Ibanez is the Yankees’ B.A. Barracus

If the Yankees were the A-Team, Raul Ibanez would be B.A. (Bad Attitude) Barracus.  We could debate about who’d be Hannibal (Girardi or Jeter) or “Howlin’ Mad” Murdoch (Swisher or Martin) and I’m not even going to get into the … Continue reading

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Top 10 Observations with four games remaining

Sabermetrics convey much useful information to fans and front-office personal everywhere.  For instance, did you know that Robinson Cano’s TaV is .306?  … well, uh…. It is. But as noted Yankees fan Socrates said to his students at the Lyceum … Continue reading

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Top 10 most surprising books written by Yankees

I like sports books. Not just any sports books, but sports books written by former athletes.  They are choc-full of interesting word usements.  They read like someone is leaving a really really long and dull answering machine message.  And at … Continue reading

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