It’s almost time for pitchers and catchers to report and spring training to officially start, and it wouldn’t be early February without some overly optimistic stories. And who better to start up this round of stories than CC Sabathia?
There’s a chance Greg Bird won’t be ready for 2017 and there’s a chance he won’t be as productive as he once was and there’s a chance he won’t be able to be the first baseman of the future.
If it weren’t for Pacific captain John Scott, I would have watched no more than five minutes on Sunday night. After watching the efforts of the Metropolitan and Atlantic, I wasn’t sticking around if not for Scott.
The good news is there are still three games to pick to finish the season on a winning note. The better news is I’m 13 games over .500, so no matter what happens in the last three games, the season was still a success.
Last night at 7 p.m. I put on MSG and oddly enough the Rangers were playing the Canucks. I couldn’t believe it. The Rangers are still playing? Their season isn’t over? The 2015-16 Rangers are still a thing?
As usual, when Brian Cashmans talks, I listen and then react to answers, and I did once again following his most recent comments on the state of the Yankees on YES’ Hot Stove show.
After watching four road teams win on Wild-Card Weekend, I don’t know what to think heading into the divisional round. Following a 2-2 week to open the playoffs, it’s time to dominate the divisional round.
Here are four things I took away from Ben McAdoo’s first words as Giants head coach. For not seeing anyone else in this role for 12 years, it felt weird, so here’s to not having to do this again for another 12 years.
For the fourth straight season, the New York Football Giants aren’t part of the playoffs. It’s sad and depressing and just plain sucks. When I was downtown on Broadway watching the Giants’ parade roll by through the Canyon of Heroes, I didn’t think nearly four years later I would be waiting for them to return […]
I talked myself into Ben McAdoo being the next head coach of the Giants. There are three reasons ownership is going to pick him and the rest of their interviews are all for show.