Tag: Masahiro Tanaka

Different Matt: Opening Day Behind Us But Mets and Yanks on 162 Win Pace

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NEW YORK, NY – Thursday was MLB’s Opening Day for most teams and the Yankees and Mets got their seasons off to a winning start. Both teams are on pace for 162 wins, after the Yankees beat up on the Orioles in a matinee in the Bronx and the Mets shut out the Nationals in […]

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Big Ben: A Way Too Early, MLB Hot Stove Look At 2019 NY Yankees Roster

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THE VOID, USA – We’re deep in the sports void between the Super Bowl and spring training. And with the weather flopping around like Trump’s weave in windstorm, this year has been particularly sh!tacular. Let’s pass the time with a MLB Hot Stove look at the potential 2019 Opening Day New York Yankees roster. Assuming […]

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Yankees Post Mortem, Who Should Be New York Knicks Point Guard

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SPANISH HARLEM – Its been a week since the New York Yankees lost to the Boston Red Sox in the ALDS, we can all agree now that the better team won. They were the better team during the season and they were the better team when it mattered. While it sucked for Yankees fans, many […]

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McGregor-Khabib, Yankees Tie the Series and Eagles Lose to the Vikings

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SPANISH HARLEM – It was a really great sports weekend with the MLB Playoffs underway, a big UFC fight and of course, some football. The Philadelphia Eagles lost but the Yankees won a game in Boston to bring the series back to the Bronx with a chance to extend their lead. If you were like […]

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Eagles, Bengals, Tennessee Titans and Who Should Start Wild Card for Yankees vs Oakland

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SPANISH HARLEM – My Philadelphia Eagles lost a tough game against the Tennessee Titans in overtime yesterday when Marcus Mariota lobbed a pass into the end zone to Clay Davis with 13 seconds left in the game. That’s when the harsh reality hit me that I would have to a write a Monday column with […]

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What The Pitching Market Looks Like for The New York Yankees

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SPANISH HARLEM – On Tuesday Ben Whitney’s Article got me thinking (check it out if you haven’t already)… How much do the New York Yankees need pitching and will they reap the rewards that is expected this season? Anyone would like to trade for Jacob deGrom yet it’s the haul of prospects it would take […]

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Big Ben: Ovechkin’s Bender, T.O. Snubs a Snub, Mets Yankees Ideal Trade Partners

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Stamford, CT: Here I go here I go here I go again, girls what’s my weakness? Sorry, I was thinking about something else. We’ve got some fun stuff on tap, including; an Alexander Ovechkin Cup Bender for the Ages, T.O. Snubbing the H.O.F. Snubbers, and the Yankees and Mets glaring trade compatibility. Let’s get to it. Oh my god […]

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Rivalry That Will Never Die: Yankees Vs Red Sox. Giancarlo Stanton Front and Center

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SPANISH HARLEM – At the end of a baseball game on Tuesday night, the Yankees were totally dominated by a Boston Red Sox team that continued their best start in history. Questions remain about the Yank’s bullpen, about Giancarlo Stanton and still other things. It’s still early but this version of the Bronx Bombers needed […]

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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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Yankees Spring Training: Five Things to Watch

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SPANISH HARLEM – Baseball is in the air, Pitchers and Catchers reported for Spring Training this week which means… all is well in my world. Last year was a great year for New York Yankees fans, sure they didn’t win a World Series but they proved that they were ready to take the next step. […]

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