Category Archives: Baseball

Jason Pridie – A Class Act …and Mike Cameron as well

Was at the Mets@Marlins game last Friday night.  Hanging outside Sun Life Stadium after the Mets win since it was Fiesta Friday at the crummy Fish stadium, there were about 10-20 Mets fans,

Chavez, Soriano Returning To Help Yankees

With the trade deadline quickly approaching, the Yankees are out there looking to find anyone that can improve the team. They have been linked at one time or another to players like

How Will New York Mets Look In 2012?

Maybe the body is barely breathing or maybe the cadaver has been rotten for weeks, it depends on who you ask but as they sit 12.5 games out of 1st and 8.5

Martin Walks This Way While Bullpen is Lights-Out

Yankee bats and starting pitching were subpar in Tampa last night, but a freak of nature punctuated the game and provided New York with a much-needed jolt that propelled them to one

Colorado Rockies Are Potential Trade Partner For Yankees

Baseball’s trade deadline comes up in August. Teams are starting to heat up the phone lines, contacting teams to find out who might be available. Yankees GM Brian Cashman knows he has

Mets Trade K-Rod: Too Soon Sandy!

Sandy Alderson pulls the trigger on K-Rod way too soon. With the Mets welcoming in the Phillies this weekend they are now without a bonafide closer and facing certain 2011 demise at

Robinson Cano Saves Home Run Derby From Mediocrity

The 2011 All-Star festivities this season have an odd feel. It seems as though a ton of players have backed out of playing, some for injuries and others just not that interested.

Hold on to Your Ticket Stubs—Derek Jeter Just Hit 3,000

A few months ago my mother-in-law told my husband and me not to make any plans for July 9 because she got us tickets to the Yankee game.  Yankees vs. Rays, Delta

New York Mets Mid-Season Grades: Starting Pitchers

As the first half of the 2011 season begins to wind down, the Mets can finish no worse than .500 before the All Star break thanks to a miraculous 4-1 start to

Jeter, Yankees Return Home With 3,000 In Reach

With his eighth inning double off Cleveland Indians starter Justin Masterson, Derek Jeter inched closer to the immortal 3,000 hit club. The Yankees shortstop is three hits away with 2,997 for his

CC Sabathia, You’re an All-Star In My Book

There are always a few players deserving of making an All-Star roster but get left out. It’s a numbers game and because every team must have at least one representative, some big

Hard Working Tim Fedroff One Step Closer to Big Leagues

The path that one must follow to chase down their dream is one typically built upon passion, sacrifice and toughness. For Hillsborough, New Jersey native, Tim Fedroff, he has been traveling down