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Andrew McCutchen, Good News for Didi and More Yankees News

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SPANISH HARLEM – It took a long time for the New York Yankees to make a trade when Aaron Judge got hurt, it was worst for fans who had to endure the Shane Robinson experiment but the organization got it right when they traded for Andrew McCutchen. No one expected him to play much when […]

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Different Matt on: NFL Giants Regrets, MLB AL Playoffs, Yankees Bullpen

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s unbearably hot here in the New York area and it seems like autumn is a long ways away, but football is back. We’re less than a week away from the start of the NFL regular season. The New York Football Giants should underwhelm this year. As Buddy Diaz pointed out […]

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Stay Calm Yankees Fans

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SPANISH HARLEM – The New York Yankees have had quite a month of August. Injuries have derailed them but that hasn’t hampered them in the American League East Standings as they 8 games back and 3 ½ in the AL Wild Card Standings. So not much has changed since the beginning of the month. Sure, […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Yankees Offense Underacheiving, Primed for Big Second Half

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Stamford, CT: Through Sunday, the New York Yankees have the best record in baseball at 46-21. They are on pace to break the record for most home runs in a season of 264. It has been impressive. But looking up and down the Yankees lineup, there are plenty of guys who are having sub-par years. […]

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Player Profile: Gleyber Torres is The Real Deal; Derek Jeter Comparisons

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SPANISH HARLEM – In 2016 the New York Yankees did something that many fans of this generation never saw before… wave the white flag. I’m sure a lot of Yankee haters rejoiced because that meant the Yankees would rebuild and rebuilding meant a lot of losing but Brian Cashman saw a way to recoup a […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Yankee Doodle Gloating

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BRONX, NY – We’re into May and the New York Yankees steamroller has gotten into gear, winning 15 of their last 16 games. Coming off a 6-1 road trip where they flattened the World Series favorites in the A.L., things are looking up for the Bombers. It’s feels like the time is right for some gloating. Oh […]

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Are Strikeouts Killing the Game Of Baseball?

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SPANISH HARLEM – I read an article on Tuesday by Joel Sherman from the New York Post that stated for the first time in history there were more strikeouts than hits for the month of April. That got me thinking about conversations I had with a fellow Yankees fan about the team only scoring via […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Don’t Worry, The Yankees Still Suck

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BRONX, NY – My good friend Emily delivered a terrific sermon last Sunday about love, which she was nice enough to share with me. Among her many spot-on observations was one concerning how failing at something often gives us humans a more complete perspective on whatever that thing might be. For whatever reason, I immediately thought […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Villanova, Yankees, Brandon Drury, Philadelphia 76ers, LA Rams

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CLIFTON PARK, NY – What a weekend. Opening Day and the Final Four in a span of three days, it doesn’t get much better than that. The New York Yankees started their season on Thursday and haven’t stopped playing yet. It’s great. Sure, there are 162 games in all and many think the beginning of […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Yankees Preview – How Could it Fall Apart for the 2018 Bronx Bombers?

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The Bronx, NY: Ah, baseball season is finally here. It’s time to breakout the grill and the mankini. I’m pretty fired up for this year’s version of the New York Yankees, but I was fired up for the Giants and Rangers too. We know how that ended. Could it all go wrong from my beloved […]

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