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Oct 17
2007
3:01 PM

by Brian
6
Click for full story. If you stop by your local newsstand today, pick up a copy of USA Today's Sports Weekly magazine. Skip right past the cover story about the Sox and flip to page 20. There's an interview with yours truly about the...
Oct 7
2007
2:45 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The immortal words of Mariano Duncan before game 6 of the 1996 World Series. Perfect words for that day, and perfect words for today as well. I won't be talking about games 1-162. I especially won't be talking about games...
Sep 28
2007
11:30 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Yanks should've won this game, but it really doesn't matter. Joe wasn't trying to catch the Sox, and the Sox weren't really worrying about being caught. Don't read too much into Mo's failure to close the game out. The...
Sep 24
2007
8:11 PM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. The finale to this four-game set was abysmal for the Bombers. The Yankee bats never woke up, and Jesse Litsch used a variety of garbage to keep them off the scoreboard. With 6 games to go, the Yanks are down...
Sep 23
2007
12:56 AM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. Earlier in the season, I wrote a post about the most important Yankee. In that article, I said Melky Cabrera was a future captain of this team. Today, he showed us all why.The kid has been struggling. His slump was...
Sep 10
2007
11:40 PM

by Brian
3
Click for full story. The Yanks had the day all to themselves which probably means a movie for Cano and Melky, hydrotherapy or acupuncture for Jeter, porn for Matsui and maybe a mannish stripper for A-Rod (they are going to Toronto, after all). Just...
Sep 9
2007
9:37 PM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. Here's formula: Get a couple runs early (A-Rod's two-run bomb in the top of the first), get length from your starter (7 innings from the Wanger), and get the ball to the end of your bullpen with the lead (Farnsworth...
Sep 8
2007
11:59 PM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. The Yanks brought a 3-game winning streak with them to the park tonight in K.C., standing between them and their fourth consecutive win was a rookie pitcher with a major league pedigree, Brian Bannister (son of Floyd). Bannister has put...
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agreed, I think....
Sep 8
2007
1:13 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Ian Kennedy was off tonight. He allowed seven hits and four walks in five innings of work. With a line like that, you'd think I might blast him, or maybe say he isn't ready yet, but I'm going in the...
Sep 5
2007
10:04 PM

by Brian
3
Click for full story. Phil Huhges didn't use his change enough, he didn't use his slider enough, but he did have command of his fastball and curve, and that was enough to handle the struggling Mariners through six. Joba came in for a pedestrian...
Sep 3
2007
9:18 PM

by Brian
7
Click for full story. Labor Day Truths:The Yankees can't beat anyone but the Red Sox. The Red Sox can beat everyone but the Yankees.Watching your team drop three of four to a bunch of cellar dwellers and the team chasing them for the final...
Sep 1
2007
7:52 PM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. The third of the Yankees' trio of future aces made his debut for the Yanks today, and color me impressed. Ian Kennedy gave the Yanks 7 strong innings en route to his first big league win, striking out 6 along...
Aug 9
2007
6:50 PM

by Brian
6
Click for full story. Read this drivel about the Cardinals signing A-Rod after he opts-out at the end of the year. One note to the author: If A-Rod stays in NY, under his current contract, he's going to make north of $30M per year...
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