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Yearning for the Yankees…The Countdown to Spring Training Commences


Baseball, where are you? I never thought I’d say this, but being a sports fan in New York kind of stinks right now. The Jets have been prematurely eliminated from playoff contention amid a sea of eaten crow and shattered egos. A week after we thought we were getting basketball back via a lockout-shortened season, a dispute between Time Warner Cable More...

by Elizabeth DiPietro | Published 3 years ago

Matt Garza could be acquired via a trade, but the Cubs are asking for a lot in return.
By Gregg Snyder On Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012
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Yankees continue search for pitching. Is anyone worth the price?

It’s been a quiet offseason for the Yankees. Outside of signing starting pitcher CC Sabathia to a contract extension, there have been no big money moves by New York. That seems unlikely to change, by choice, More...

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By Gregg Snyder On Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

Family Vacation Leads to Interview with Curtis Granderson for 10-Year Old Haley Smilow

Being big baseball fans, the Smilow family took to the midwest this past summer, traveling to many baseball stadiums. Of course, they were following their favorite team, the New York Yankees. Traveling by car from More...

By Elizabeth DiPietro On Monday, November 14th, 2011

Nova doesn’t win Rookie of the Year but Yankees fans know his worth

The 2011 American League Rookie of the Year was announced on Monday and much to Yankee fans’ chagrin, it was not Ivan Nova. The illustrious title went to Jeremy Hellickson of the Tampa Bay Rays. Hellickson More...

By Elizabeth DiPietro On Friday, October 28th, 2011

Yankees Must Find A Way To Keep CC Sabathia

2011 is in the history books for the New York Yankees.  Now, in the arduous journey that is the off-season, there are many tasks to be completed.  First up: make sure that CC Sabathia returns in his extra large More...

By Elizabeth DiPietro On Friday, October 7th, 2011

Tears of a Yankee Fan

I’ll be the first to say it: it was tough getting up this morning.  I think a lot of people at my job were actually surprised I didn’t commit suicide last night.  But the most difficult thing about last night’s More...

By Rich Mancuso On Friday, October 7th, 2011

Girardi Did His Best, But Not The Yanks

In the end New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi did his best. The team did not, in particular the heart of his lineup, Alex Rodriquez and Mark Teixeira combined 5-for-36 in the five game American League Division More...

By Leslie Monteiro On Friday, October 7th, 2011

This Season Goes To Waste For Yankees

With a payroll of $202 million, it was only good enough for the Yankees to qualify for this year’s playoffs. It didn’t bring them a championship. Their run is over after the Tigers eliminated them last night More...

By Gregg Snyder On Friday, October 7th, 2011

When Are Names Not Enough? Big Name Yankees Disappoint Again

Offensive failure is becoming a trend with the New York Yankees in the playoffs. It brings up the argument, when are the big names not enough? When do you decide it’s better to build a team of baseball players More...

By Gregg Snyder On Thursday, October 6th, 2011

Yankees Look For Super Nova Sighting Tonight in Game 5

The American League Division Series is back in the Bronx tonight for Game 5. Wait, you mean Detroit closer Jose Valverde was wrong? He ran his mouth a little too soon? Yep, you got it! A.J. Burnett stood up tall More...