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The Yankees can salvage their $158 million mistake by eating the remaining money owed to the underachieving center fielder
The person responsible for the worst contract in Yankees history, which produced the worst Yankee in the team’s history, can salvage the monumental mistake.
The Bruins' trade for Rick Nash and Brian Gionta signing have me in a personal dilemma
Two of my personal favorites are on the Bruins in Rick Nash and Brian Gionta and I’m stuck deciding if my liking of them outweighs my personal dislike for Boston sports.
In a season in which they weren't even supposed to contend, the Yankees came within one win of returning to the World Series.
And just like that, it’s over. The daily grind that started in Tampa back on Sunday, April 2 has ended.
Gary Sanchez is the AL Rookie of the Year. Not Michael Fulmer. Gary Sanchez. And it’s not even close. In an ideal world, there would be one Rookie of the Year for pitching and one for hitting and then this wouldn’t be something to argue and I wouldn’t have to write this story. But this […]
There's nothing different about the new and old head coaches of the Giants
The new Giants head coach proved he’s the same as the old head coach in the season-opening win over the Cowboys in Dallas.
For the second straight season and the fourth time in five years, the Giants get the Cowboys in the season opener. The other four times haven’t gone so well as the Giants are 0-4 in the those and the G-Men haven’t won the first game of the season since 2010.
The Yankees are not just still alive, they are in the postseason race
The Yankees should have been buried in April and May and June and July, but here they are in the final month of the season battling for a postseason berth.
The Yankees' $155 starting pitcher is proving he was worth ever penny
Masahiro Tanaka is an ace and he’s proving he’s worth his seven-year, $155 million contract with another as he carries the Yankees toward a late-season playoff push.
Everyone likes to talk about Michael Pineda’s “great stuff” even if he’s the most frustrating and inconsistent pitcher in the league. Pineda has become A.J. Burnett.
Gary Sanchez might not be enough for the Yankees to overcome their wild-card deficit and reach the postseason, but the 23-year-old rookie has already saved the season for Yankees fans.