Tag: Joe Girardi

A Bronx Tale II: The Return of The Sanchize – Yankees Version

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BRONX, NY – Despite the everything-is-peachy-keen portrait the likes of Buddy Diaz, Ben Whitney, Different Matt and DJ Eberle have been painting about their beloved New York Yankees, things might not be as rosy as this triumvirate of Cashman Kool-Aid drinkers might lead you to believe. In fact, Joe Girardi may now fully understand what […]

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A Retrospective Look at the Yankees Trade Deadline Deals

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – I’m sure you may be tired of reading about the MLB Trading Deadline but what kind of fan would I be if I didn’t chime in about the moves the Yankees made these past 7 days. Brian Cashman once again acquired talent without giving in to ridiculous demands yet a lot […]

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Three Areas the Yankees Should Focus on This MLB Season

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – Opening Day Baseball is just a few days away (Sunday, April 2nd) and many teams around the league feel this will be their year. The New York Yankees won’t be one of those teams, though, and that’s something fans will have to get used to this season. Usually the Yankees brass […]

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Yanks Look Really Good, Pittsburgh Steelers Pony Up, Kevin Durant Gives Golden State Big Scare!

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY –The New York Yankees started playing exhibition games last weekend. So far so good.  It’s given fans – like me –  hope the team made the right decision to go forward with the youth movement. Elsewhere,  Antonio Brown is in the news again… but for all the right reasons. Finally, will Kevin […]

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Spring Training Highs and Lows: Yankees and Mets look to Future, Ponder Wright.

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SPANISH HARLEM – Hello Baseball! Oh how I have missed you. There is nothing like Spring Training Baseball, when every team thinks it has a chance.. Every young outfield prospect is Mickey Mantle and every veteran pitcher is coming into camp the healthiest and strongest they ever been. The highs are the highest because reality […]

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Who’s On First For Yankees? Should Knicks Trade Carmelo?

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SPANISH HARLEM – As spring training draws closer, the Yankees still don’t know who their starting first baseman will be. Will it be Greg Bird? Or will it be Tyler Austin? And as the NBA season marches on, will the Knicks finally bite the bullet and trade Carmelo Anthon? I hope not! Who’s On First? […]

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Yankees News re Aroldis Chapman, Delin Betances, Michael Pineda and Joe Girardi

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SPANISH HARLEM – Since Aroldis Chapman signed at around 12 AM last Thursday, I really wasn’t able to give my thoughts on the signing. But I’m glad I had a whole week to think about it because, as always, in New York you get mixed reviews. It’s the nature of the beast around these parts […]

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Yankees Continue to Surge, Joe Girardi for President; Bye Bye Sam Bradford

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SPANISH HARLEM – As the Bronx Bombers continue to play important games in September, I find myself confused as to how I should feel. When the Yankees rid themselves of every important asset at the trading deadline, most fans figured this to be a lost season. But even as Joe Girardi claimed that the team […]

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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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Rodriguez: Farewell To Harms, Prince Fielder, Pre-Season Football, NHL Countdown

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NEW YORK, NY – Plenty of column inches on this website have been devoted to Alex Rodriguez and his forced retirement from baseball by the Yankees this week, so I will try to keep the A-Rod talk short. Goodbye and good riddance. There’s no doubting Rodriguez’s talent and his impact on baseball over the last […]

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