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Category Archives: Humor
I'm sure we all remember the big fireballer whom the Yankees used to call their "setup man." For those who don't his name is Kyle Farnsworth. Yes, the Kyle Farnsworth. He was brought to New York to replace Tom "Flash" Gordon in 2006 on a 3-year, $17 MM contract. Well first, let's look at his stats ...
The Yankees had a total of 45 players on the team last year, actually it was 46 but Steven Jackson never actually played in a game. There is a quiz making its way around the internet where you have six minutes to name all 45 players. How many can you name? Most Yankee fans will be ...
A John Sterling home run call. Fans can start getting used to hearing the name “Curtis Granderson,” because if he stays with the Yankees until the end of his contract, he won’t be gone until 2012 at the earliest. So I ask you, what’s the call? Rebecca over at This Purist Bleeds Pinstripes has already posted a few ideas being ...
The Yankees/Red Sox rivalry is one of the biggest in sports and as the two teams are getting closer to a possible 2004 rematch it is hard to imagine the showdown becoming more intense. It seems that the rivalry may have spilled over into the writers thanks to beat reporter Peter Abraham of the Journal News. ...