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It’s good that Yankee fans were astute enough to make the greatest pitcher athlete in Yankee known human history their player of the game yesterday. As was reflected by Al-Yankeezera’s broadcast team — without question one of the 30 best local broadcast teams in major league baseball — Joba’s performance was just unbelievably great. I […]

Home Cookin’

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On April 17, 2009

Obviously, Rivera is by far the greatest closer in major league history, but I’m not sure that should mean that for every six pitches you throw out of the strike zone three should be called stri

Opening Day!

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On April 16, 2009

The only way this could have been any sweeter would have been for a pigeon to fly in right before the first pitch and relieve itself on Jeter’s cap. I should mention, as Weiner has noted, that h

Make It Stop

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On February 7, 2009

Oh, God, coverage of the now nearly-at-hand beginning of the baseball season will once again be dominated by the thoroughly uninteresting news that completely unenforced nominal rules against drug use

Hmmm…

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On August 5, 2008
Apparently it’s possible that greatest pitcher athlete in Yankee recorded human history will be going on the D.L. Overhype aside, that’s a pretty serious hit, especially given their upcoming schedule. Maybe the Yankees will miss the postseason after all! Of course, I’m sure the Yankees will be able to come up with some complete stiff […]

Ugh

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On July 30, 2008

Detroit media outlets reporting Yankees have acquired Ivan Rodriguez. No word on what the Tigers got. While obviously not close to the player he was in his prime, IRod is an exactly average AL hitter

Pirate Booty

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On July 26, 2008

While picking up something at the hardware store today, I heard a talk radio guy complain that the Pirates were driving too hard a bargain on players who rightfully belong to the Yankees, boo-hoo. But

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