Tag Archives: Andrew McCutchen

Are the economical Yankees prepping to make a big splash in 2018?

Ever since George Steinbrenner died in 2010, the Yankees have taken an economical approach towards running the organization by lowering the payroll and avoiding to spend more than the $189 Million luxury tax threshold. The Yankees took their economical spending … Continue reading

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Gardner, Teixeira, Betances play in 6-3 AL win over NL

Well, the 84th Midsummer Classic was a huge success, mainly because Brett Gardner, Mark Teixeira and Dellin Betances actually got a chance to play in the game. But the main story was the American League securing home field advantage for … Continue reading

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Why Andrew McCutchen is MLB’s best player

It’s the point in the season where avid baseball fans will start declaring which player is the best hitter.  Most of the time, the claim will end up being completely subjective but it becomes easier to back up your claim … Continue reading

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MLB All-Star Game: What My Ballot Looks Like

Based on early voting it seems like it could the Yankees vs. the NL All-Stars. Yankees fans vote and vote often it seems like. The bottom line though is that the All-Star voting is more of a popularity contest than … Continue reading

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