Tag: Chad Green

Big Ben Yankee Playoff Special – ALCS Game 3 Diary

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Bronx, NY: The New York Yankees vs the Houston Astros in Game 3, as it happened. With their backs against the wall, it’s a must-win for the Yanks. Let’s get to it. 7:15: The wife is out and but I somehow manage to get my twin ten month old girls down without much of a fight. And […]

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Yankees, Harvey Weinstein and Obvious Champs – Houston Astros

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HOLLYWOOD, CA – West Coast Craig here, pitching in on another Saturday post and happy to talk about baseball.  Yankees baseball, in particular. As much as I’m pulling for the Bombers, Houston is the obvious sentimental favorite this year.  Everyone loved the Tribe going into the playoffs, but they peaked too early.  The Astros are […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Yankees Trying to Overcome Girardi’s Whiff, Giants Season of Suck, a VPOTUS Ruse

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THE BOOGIE DOWN, NYC: We’re going to Game 5 in Cleveland folks. Other than two terrifying walks by Dellin Betances in the eighth, the Yankees cruised. Luis Severino stepped up and some of the bats came alive. To complete the comeback, there’s still one big hurdle left in the name of Corey Kluber. But man, […]

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Big Ben Tuesday – The Incredible Season of Aaron Judge, the AL MVP

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The Bronx, NY: What a depressing week – Vegas, Puerto Rico, Tom Petty, and President Whinybitch. Instead of jamming screwdrivers into my ears, I’ve decided to go to my happy place. At present, that happy place is in the person of one Aaron James Judge. The big man has had a truly remarkable season. But […]

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Yankees Playoff Push: Strengths and Weaknesses

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – The New York Yankees are making their case for the division but the Boston Red Sox seem just as focused at keeping the top spot. With 12 games left to play the Baby Bombers have all but clinched the Wild Card by sweeping the team behind them in the standings, the […]

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Big Ben Whitney: Yankees Will Catch The Red Sox

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THE BOOGIE DOWN, NYC – The New York Yankees pulled within a mere two and half games of the Boston Red Sox on Sunday and things are looking up. Other than the one with the Chihuahua and garden gnome, this is Short Matt’s worst nightmare. As we come down the stretch, the Yanks are starting […]

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Final Word on NBA Finals, Kevin Durant Rumors, Unsung Yankees Heroes So Far

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – On Monday the Golden State Warriors closed out the NBA Finals series 4 games to 1 to finish off Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. To say that many fans were disappointed in this series would be an understatement. That’s not to say that people didn’t think the Warriors would win, […]

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The Yankees Starting Pitching, Gary Sanchez’s Future and Also More on the Derrick Rose Saga

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SPANISH HARLEM – As we get closer to the upcoming New York Yankees’ season – which is how knowledgeable baseball fans refer to the  MLB season – some issues addressing about our beloved Bronx Bombers that were mentioned in the media or…. thought about by me. First, we will center on the current pitching staff, whether […]

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Tuesday Titillation: Slow Your Roll Yankee Fans, NY Giants Knee Jerk Reaction, Feisty Mets

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NEW YORK,  NY – As the Yankees season was being bashed into the night by Hanley Ramirez, repeatedly, a friend said to me, “it’s all house money for the Yankees anyway.” While I do agree that Cashman did the Yanks’ future right, it made me wonder if Yankee fans are getting ahead of themselves. Have we seen […]

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Bronx Baby Bombers Take Flight in Bronx. Too Late for Yankees In Playoffs?

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SPANISH HARLEM – The Yankees have decided to let the young players, the ones with the good knees, start regularly. This is a stark contrast from the days when minor leaguers were bought up and rode the bench. Nowadays (going on a four), they play and play often.  Young guns like Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez, […]

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