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First Week of Season Exposes Yankee Inconsistencies

Michael Pineda
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We’ve waited all winter, and we finally got our first look at our new rotation and lineup, the ones we’re all hoping take us to the World Series. So far, little has seemed to change from last year: they’re still struggling with runners in scoring position, starters are suffering from lack of run support, and Mark Teixeira’s already hurt. Four More...

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Tyler Austin is slated to join the Thunder on Monday
By Matt Kardos On Saturday, April 5th, 2014
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Tyler Austin Slated to Join Thunder

The Trenton Thunder offense has struggled to generate any sort of consistency after their first two games of the season. With little protection for catcher Gary Sanchez in the lineup, the Thunder have managed to More...

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By Christian Pierre-Louis On Friday, April 4th, 2014
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Seton Hall Baseball Opens up Big East Play at Butler

Week in review: Seton Hall received multiple big pitching performances last weekend. The Pirates surrendered just one run, but surprisingly won only two of three games. On Friday, Josh Prevost continued his stellar More...

Thunder pitcher Bryan Mitchell suffered his first loss of the season last night. Photo by: Juan Martinez
By Matt Kardos On Friday, April 4th, 2014
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Thunder Stifled by Sanchez in Opener

At Tuesday’s Media Day, Thunder Manager Tony Franklin expressed a confidence that his teams offense would be able to hit and score runs consistently despite not having a deep cast of proven hitters. The Thunder More...

Frank Viola, seen here pitching for the Mets, was a star pitcher in college at St. John's University. (Getty Images)
By Edward Kim On Thursday, April 3rd, 2014
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Frank Viola Goes Full Circle From St. John’s To The New York Mets

Frank Viola, seen here pitching for the Mets, was a star pitcher in college at St. John’s University. (Getty Images) Frank Viola finished his 15-year MLB career in 1996 oddly enough with the Toronto Blue Jays.  More...

Thunder Manager Tony Franklin talks to the media about the upcoming season. Photo by: Juan Martinez
By Matt Kardos On Thursday, April 3rd, 2014
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Thunder Set To Defend Title

The Trenton Thunder completed arguably the most improbable championship run in Eastern League history in 2013. They used a roster of over 70 different players to narrowly qualify for postseason play as a wildcard. More...

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By Guy Kipp On Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014
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Another Blow to Mets’ Pitching Staff: Bobby Parnell’s Elbow

Take the “r-n-e” out of Parnell, and you have “pall,” which is what has been cast on the Mets—again—in the wake of the news that closer Bobby Parnell has a ligament injury to his elbow which may require More...

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By Guy Kipp On Saturday, March 29th, 2014
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Dillon Gee Best Choice for Mets Opening Day Nod

It may not be the choice that stirs the greatest passion in the fans or makes for any kind of juicy media meme, but Dillon Gee is both the most logical and most deserving choice to take the mound for the Mets on More...

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By Elizabeth DiPietro On Wednesday, March 26th, 2014
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Yankees: Notes from the Last Week of Spring Training

Opening Day is officially less than a week away, and players and fans alike are gearing up for the games that count. Frankly, it couldn’t have come at a better time since most of our March Madness brackets are More...

Curtis Granderson (left) should provide a boost to the Mets outfield. (Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports)
By Guy Kipp On Monday, March 24th, 2014
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Outfield Should be Area of Big Met Improvement in 2014

Curtis Granderson (left) should provide a boost to the Mets outfield. (Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports) The New York Mets opened the 2013 season with a centerfield platoon of Colin Cowgill and Jordany More...

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