Tag: Luis Severino

The New York Yankees Get Their Man, Gerrit Cole! Brian Cashman GaGa

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SPANISH HARLEM – The New York Yankees have loved Gerrit Cole for a long time now. They drafted him in 2008 but lost him to the UCLA Bruins. They longed for him two years ago, when the organization had an opportunity to trade for him, that didn’t good well as the Pittsburgh Pirates preferred the […]

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Brian Cashman All-In on Starting Pitchers. Gerttit Cole, Stephen Strasburg or Madison Bumgarner?

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SPANISH HALREM – The General Manager’s Meetings are under way and unlike the winter meetings where deals are usually done, the groundwork is laid for possible trades in the future. Brain Cashman has stated that the New York Yankees will be in on Gerrit Cole, Stephen Strasburg and Madison Bumgarner but that doesn’t mean that […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Yankees Post-Mortem, Fingers of Blame, Refuting Lazy Storylines

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SUCKSVILLE, NY – After a brutal, nut punch, rollercoaster loss to the Astros in Game 6 of the ALCS, the fingers of blame are pointing. In what was billed as a battle of the Yankees bullpen vs the Astros starters, most seem content to let that be the consensus narrative. The Yankees lost because they […]

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Thoughts on Yankees vs Astros, ALCS Key Players

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SPANISH HARLEM – This series couldn’t have started better from a Yankees standpoint. The Houston Astros were [not] fresh off a 5-game win over the Tampa Bay Rays, and came into game one of the ALCS looking off. The Bombers weren’t going to face Justin Verlander and Gerrit Cole until game two and three – […]

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Big Ben Whitney: The Yankees Sweep, Poor Situational Hitting, Odell in Hell

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SWEEPSVILLE, NYC: The Browns vs Niners game was brutal, so I stuck with baseball. I thought you said these weren’t the same old Twins?  Seven runs in three games – I think they’re quite similar. The New York Yankees just  finished off the sweep. I’m going to start typing and see what happens. Let’s make […]

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My Thoughts on Luis Severino, Frank Nitilkina and NFL Quarterbacks

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SPANISH HARLEM – I haven’t had cable for two weeks so my way into the sports world starts with my phone. The almighty internet wins again, I still have my PlayStation and access to Netflix and Hulu. I was surprised by my lack of need for television other than sports. I won’t lie that was […]

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Update of Yankees Injuries and My Thoughts on Eli Manning

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SPANISH HARLEM – The New York Yankees inch ever closer to the playoffs but not without the injury bug hitting them yet again. Gary Sanchez pulled his groin trying to steal a base (WHY?) and Edwin Encarnacion has a strain oblique, while both are important pieces to the lineup, Encarnacion seems to be the one […]

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Injury Updates on Giancarlo Stanton, Luis Severino and Dellin Betances; Will They Have Any Impact on The Playoffs

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SPANISH HARLEM – The New York Yankees have dealt with an abundance of injuries this season. There have been key players hurt and a few that remain injured to this day. Today I will specifically discuss three very important pieces that manager Aaron Boone hopes to get back this season. LUIS SEVERINO This was the […]

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September Sports: MLB Playoffs Races, NFL Hopes, Hockey Heating Up?

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NEW YORK, NY – This weekend brings the unofficial end of summer. The kids will be back to school after the Labor Day Weekend. The days will get shorter and cooler. And we’ll be entering the best time of year for sports. Baseball is sprinting towards the playoffs as the final month of the regular […]

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Big Ben: Are Yankees Built for Post-Season? Refuting Red-Face Johnny & Haters

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STAMFORD, CT – I went out to run some errands on Saturday – some real and some invented – to give me time to have a beer and catch a few innings of the New York Yankees game when my twin toddlers finally went down for a nap. But much to my dismay, my local […]

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