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Former NY Yankee Mike Mussina

Mike Mussina: Hall of Fame voting appears to be trending in right direction

By Steven Simineri When Mike Mussina called it a career following his first 20-win campaign in 2008, longtime Yankees captain Derek Jeter, who doesn’t just throw around compliments, said that all of Mussina’s accomplishments “represent a Hall of Fame career.” […]

by · January 5, 2017 · Sports
Decoding Baseball’s PTBNL

Decoding Baseball’s PTBNL

By Christopher Saunders When prospects are traded during the July 31st trade deadline many people following major league baseball only focused on the big name prospects switching clubs. What many people don’t realize, however, is that some of the best […]

by · November 16, 2016 · Sports
Will the Mets Touch “The Hot Stove?”

Will the Mets Touch “The Hot Stove?”

By William Coppola Looking at the New York  Mets, I see an organization filled with talented young pitchers at the Major League level. They have scouted and developed their pitchers very well. Just think of what the odds are in […]

by · November 15, 2016 · Sports
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New York Yankees, Bartolo Colon could be an ideal fit in free agency

This story was originally published on Outside Pitch MLB Just like in recent seasons, New York Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman doesn’t figure to be a huge factor in free agency. While it’s unlikely he won’t give out any Major League deals […]

by · November 9, 2016 · Sports
Jeruys Familia, NY Mets

MLB Needs to Lead on Domestic Violence Issues

MLB Needs to Lead on Domestic Violence Issues  By Christopher Saunders Major League Baseball has taken a hard line toward domestic violence cases since establishing its joint domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse policy with the Players’ Association in […]

by · November 4, 2016 · Sports
The Chicago Cubs made history Saturday night, clinching the National League Championship to pave the way to their first World Series since 1945.

Chicago Cubs defeat L.A. Dodgers to reach World Series for first time since 1945

Cubs Defeat Dodgers, 5-0 To Reach World Series   The Chicago Cubs are headed to the World Series for the first time since 1945 after beating the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-0 in game 6 on Saturday night. The team won […]

by · October 23, 2016 · Breaking News, Sports
Jose Fernandez, Miami Marlins

Jose Fernandez: A Heart Even Bigger Than the Diamond

A Heart Even Bigger Than The Diamond By Christopher Saunders   Early Sunday morning on September 25th,  Fernandez and two friends passed away in a boating accident near Miami Beach. When Jose Fernandez, age 24, pitched anything was possible. He was […]

by · September 29, 2016 · Sports
Layne, Parker Give Yankees Much Needed Middle Relief Help

Layne, Parker Give Yankees Much Needed Middle Relief Help

Manager Joe Girardi has used 16 different relievers this year, none of which have stood out in a positive way.

by · September 21, 2016 · Sports
Tebow Scores Baseball Tryout

Tebow Scores Baseball Tryout

Tebow’s Transition Tryout  By Christopher Saunders Tim Tebow has received another offer to play professional baseball, although this one is much less serious than his previous offer. The Bridgeport Bluefish of the Atlantic League offered Tebow a baseball contract on […]

by · September 1, 2016 · Sports
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Justus Sheffield Could Be The Steal of the Yankees Trade Deadline Haul

This post was originally published on Outside Pitch MLB If the trade deadline went the Cleveland Indians way, Justus Sheffield would have never been a part of the New York Yankees organization. Sheffield, the Tribe’s fifth-ranked prospect at the time, was a part of the package that […]

by · September 1, 2016 · Sports
A-Rod and Yankees Are Finally At Peace

A-Rod and Yankees Are Finally At Peace

A-Rod and Yankees Are Finally At Peace Rich Mancuso/Sports Editor Alex Rodriguez was emotional Sunday morning in the press conference room at Yankee Stadium. GM Brian Cashman and manager Joe Girardi followed and were grateful for his 12-years in pinstripes, […]

by · August 7, 2016 · Sports
Mark Teixeira to Call it a Career at the Conclusion of the Year

Mark Teixeira to Call it a Career at the Conclusion of the Year

This column was originally published on Outside Pitch MLB.  During Spring Training, Mark Teixeira vowed to play five more MLB seasons. Five months later, it appears that he’s had a change of heart. Early Friday morning, multiple reports came out […]

by · August 6, 2016 · Sports
Subway Series Drama: Trades and Yankees are not quitting

Subway Series Drama: Trades and Yankees are not quitting

Subway Series Rich Mancuso/Sports Editor How significant was the win for the Yankees Monday night at Citi Field? Probably just a momentum builder it was against the crosstown rival Mets, and who cares about momentum at this point because the […]

by · August 2, 2016 · Sports

One Positive for the Yankees: His Name is Chapman

Once again the New York Yankees reached the .500 mark Friday night in the Bronx.

by · June 25, 2016 · Sports

Angels Latest Team to spark Yankees Offense

  By Rich Mancuso / Sports Editor Monday evening the New York Yankees started a stretch of 18-games on their schedule and the lone team with an above .500 record are the Detroit Tigers who visit the Bronx for three […]

by · June 9, 2016 · Sports