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Yankees May Go That Extra Step This Season With Pitching And Depth

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There is never satisfaction in and around the confines of Yankee Stadium unless the team is playing baseball games in the late part of October. Of course, if the stadium is busy in October, the New York Yankees are in the World Series, in quest of their franchise 28th championship. And this could be the year of late October baseball in the Bronx. As More...

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By Eddie Utley On Wednesday, March 28th, 2012
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The Mets Starting Outfield Is…

This isn’t fair to all of us hoping for better news. Well, I shouldn’t say better news, but it was looking like some guys would get a chance to replace the incumbents. Jason Bay still can’t hit a lick but More...

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By Elizabeth DiPietro On Sunday, March 25th, 2012
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Freak Accident Puts Joba’s Season—And Career—In Jeopardy

Following in the tradition of Sammy Sosa throwing out his back sneezing and George Bush nearly choking on a pretzel, Joba Chamberlain succumbed to his own freak accident this week. Chamberlain suffered an open dislocation More...

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By Eddie Utley On Sunday, March 25th, 2012
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Another Day Another Met Goes Down

It’s getting hard to even keep up with the injuries at this point. But yet another Met goes down. Jason Bay was hit by a pitch from Strasburg, he’s lucky he still has an arm. As of now, we’re to believe Jason More...

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By Eddie Utley On Sunday, March 25th, 2012
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And then there was den Dekker. Mets centerfield position is wide open.

Matt den Dekker was called back to major league camp and is now getting a good look for an outfield spot. Captain Kirk better hope he fails because if den Dekker passes him on the depth chart he is going to be stuck. den More...

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By Eddie Utley On Friday, March 23rd, 2012
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Could the Mets Release Mike Pelfrey?

I didn’t realize Mike Pelfrey’s contract for this year is non guaranteed. It’s been brought up a few times in the past few days so even if the Mets supposedly aren’t thinking of releasing him…someone is More...

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By Matt Kardos On Friday, March 23rd, 2012
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Women’s History Month: Patience Purdy (Trenton Thunder Director of Community Relations)

There is so much that goes into a sports organization that people don’t always think about or know about. Behind the scenes things. Office personnel, admin assistants, and more. Many different departments More...

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By Eddie Utley On Thursday, March 22nd, 2012
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Johan Santana to the World: I’m Back

Did you catch Johan’s latest start? If not, let me help you out.  Johan Santana allowed one run and six hits with a walk and six strikeouts on Wednesday in a spring training game against the St. Louis Cardinals. More...

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By Eddie Utley On Wednesday, March 21st, 2012
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Your 2012 New York Mets Starting Centerfielder Is, Jordany Valdespin?

When it rains it pours. Andres Torres is hurt, again. This is what plagued him last year after having an outstanding 2010. This time it’s a strained calf supposedly (you never know with the Mets). The candidates More...

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By Rich Mancuso On Tuesday, March 20th, 2012
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A Yankee Again

By Rich Mancuso Andy Pettitte considered one of the all-time pitching greats of the New York Yankees is once again putting on the pinstripes. The 39-year old left hander, ranked third with 203 career wins as a Yankee, More...