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The Yankees don't need the third baseman, but that hasn't stopped them before
When a player like Nolan Arenado is made available and you’re in the middle of a championship window in the middle of a championship drought, you make sure he doesn’t go anywhere else.
Spring training is now just a little over two weeks away
The moment Jose Altuve made contact in the bottom of the ninth inning in Game 6 of the ALCS, I was ready for next season. I’m always ready for next season. I hate the offseason.
There a few first-time members on this season's team
It’s been a while since I selected an NHL All-Animosity Team. There are a few familiar faces from years past, but for the most part, there has been quite the turnover on the team.
Rangers have one last chance at an extended winning streak before the trade deadline
With the trade deadline a month away, the Rangers have one last chance at an extended winning streak to get back in the playoff picture.
The Rangers can't afford to give away points in the standings
The Rangers’ last-minute 2-1 loss to the Blue Jackets might not have actually been a season-ending elimination game, but it sure feels like it was.
The Rangers' superstar single-handedly altered the rivalry
The Rangers won two out of their three games over the last week, but they’re going to need to continue to play at that same pace for the rest of the season to turn a rebuilding season into a playoff season.
The new head coach impressed at his introductory press conference
Joe Judge said all the right things at his introductory press conference, looked the part, sounded the part and has made the region he wants to accurately represent believe in him for now.
Eventually one of the team's three NHL-caliber goalies will be traded
This season was never supposed to be about wins and losses or the playoffs, but the Rangers have a chance to reach the postseason if they get it together starting now.
The Giants better be right about their new head coach
I want to believe the Giants got it right this time. I want to believe the team found its head coach for the foreseeable future. But it’s really, really, really hard to put any faith into a decision made by Giants ownership.
Letting the right-hander leave is a regrettable decision
The Yankees didn’t bring Dellin Betances back and it sucks.