Girardi Unveils New Strategy

During their Sunday game against the Blue Jays, Yankees’ manager Joe Girardi got himself ejected from the game when he got in the face of umpire Bruce Dreckman while arguing over the strike zone. This came directly after Nick Swisher was called out on a check swing that was neither a swing nor a strike … Continue reading

Wakefield's 2000th Strikeout

Yesterday Tim Wakefield reached a milestone in pitching, striking out Vernon Davis for his 2,000th career K. Rearing back, he blew the pitch past Davis at over 90 mph…no, sorry that wasn’t Wakefield. Painting the outside corner, Davis was frozen by the biting movement of the pitch…no, no that’s not him either. Wakefield lazily wafted … Continue reading

An Appeal to the Red Sox from a Yankees' Fan

The Red Sox have been pretty terrible so far this year, currently holding a modest 10-11 record, which ties the Blue Jays for third/fourth place. Prior to these last two games against Toronto, they were even farther down the totem. Now, as a Yankees fan (who is currently only subbing in for your good Boston … Continue reading

Yankees Spring Training Beat – Joba, Hughes and the number 5.

Phil Hughes and Joba Chamberlain did not do much to help decide who, if either of them two at all, will take the fifth spot in the Yankee’s starting rotation. Neither pitcher had good control, both pitchers gave up at least one run. Phil Hughes sucked less. Thats what it came down to, Chamberlain finished … Continue reading

More from LA; Phillies, Red Sox screw Angels reax – AP Reports

[[Story from AP newswire]]   Los Angeles, CA: 12/15/2009 Newswire services reported that in a whirlwind of moves yesterday, that the Southern California American League baseball representative, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, were stripped of their pitching ace when the Boston Red Sox, led by the clever tactician, GM Theo Epstein, stole John Lackey … Continue reading

Phillies, Red Sox collude to Screw LA Angels – AP Reports

[[Story: From the AP news wire.]] Philadelphia, PA: 12/14/2009 – A year from now, upon the conclusion of another heartbreaking campaign, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim of Orange County, California baseball fans may well look back on this day and ask whether or not their season was lost today, some four months before opening day. A … Continue reading