1. Proving Ground: Alex's Chance at Redemtion Has Arrived

    As music plays over the loud speakers at a somewhat quiet Yankee Stadium, Alex Rodriguez gets loose for tonights game. In a few hours, the seats will be filled, and all eyes will be on number 13...

    Micheal Robinson Written by Micheal Robinson about almost 5 years ago 49 reads 1 comments

  2. Day To Night, All Eyes on Derek Jeter at The Stadium

    As the "Iron Horse" Lou Gehrig looks down with a grin, the little kid from Pequannock, New Jersey is only four hits away from having the most hits in pinstripes...

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  3. A-Rod: The Difference Five Months Can Make

    As the 2009 baseball season winds down for Alex Rodriguez and the New York Yankees, it was not that long ago when things were upside down and turned inside out...

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  4. Did The Yankees Just Win The AL East?

    Not since 2006 have the New York Yankees won the American League East. 1998 was the last time they had more cushion in the lead then an orthopedic pillow...

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  5. Five Years In The Making, Alex Rodriguez Becomes a Yankee

    It took over five years for it to happen, but it seems as if Alex Rodriguez has won over most of the New York brass with his recent clutch play against the Boston Red Sox...

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  6. A Little Story Behind A-Rod's Walk Off Blast

    Unless you haven't turned on your TV, visited a sports website, are under a rock, or even a boulder, you know by know that Alex Rodriguez has hit his 20th homer of the season, a walk-off against ...

    Micheal Robinson Written by Micheal Robinson about 5 years ago 63 reads 3 comments

  7. 2009 Yankees Vs. 1998 Yankees: Best Team In 11 Years?

    With the pies to the face, the comradery, and all of the wins, its hard to deny right now that this could be the year the New York Yankees get another ring...

    Micheal Robinson Written by Micheal Robinson about 5 years ago 120 reads 1 comments

  8. Yankees-Mariners: Lucky No. 13 Delivers NY's Seventh Straight Win

    The New York Yankees haven't trailed in a game since I saw Joe Girardi in my hometown of Atlanta get thrown out of the game at Turner Field. Since that moment, the Yankees have won seven games in a row and the offense is starting to click...

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  9. A-Vote: Alex Rodriguez Storms Past Michael Young in All-Star Voting

    While Alex Rodriguez remains more than one million votes behind Tampa Bay Rays' Evan Longoria, he isn't in third anymore. With more than 1.1 million votes, Rodriguez looks to make the All-Star team if he doesn't start...

    Micheal Robinson Written by Micheal Robinson about 5 years ago 54 reads 7 comments

  10. A-Rod Ties Reggie and I Was There To See It

    After nearly a month-long hiatus, I have returned to Bleacher Report, but who cares, lets get on with the article. It didn't take long Thursday night before Alex Rodriguez tied Reggie Jackson ...

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  11. Alex Rodriguez: You Gotta Believe In Number Thirteen

    Since Alex Rodriguez returned to the New York Yankees lineup on May 8, the team has an outstanding record of 16-5. While he isn't directly responsible for every win, he did help win three games on his own...

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  12. Victorious Over Rangers: Yankees Share AL East Lead

    For the first time this season, the New York Yankees lead the AL East with a 27-20 record. Now, if the season ended today, the Boston Red Sox(27-20) would claim the AL East due to leading the season series on the Yankees, five games to none...

    Micheal Robinson Written by Micheal Robinson about over 5 years ago 35 reads 2 comments

  13. A-Rod Hits Five and Hughes Shuts Out Rangers in Victory

    Don't adjust your computer screens, that is not Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit sporting his usual red NY isignia cap, that is Phillip Hughes mowing down the Texas Rangers in an 11-1 victory...

    Micheal Robinson Written by Micheal Robinson about over 5 years ago 75 reads 3 comments

  14. Which Yankees Will Travel to St. Loius For the All-Star Game?

    On July 14, baseball's best players will head to the new Busch Stadium in St. Louis for the 80th annual MLB All-Star Game. The question I impose: Which New York Yankees will make it? Voting will end on July 2...

    Micheal Robinson Written by Micheal Robinson about over 5 years ago 223 reads 2 comments

  15. How Will A-Rod Be Received in Arlington This Week?

    Today, the New York Yankees and the Texas Rangers face off in a three-game series at the Ballpark in Arlington. There's a little problem though...

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  16. AL East Heats Up As Yankees Storm Back Into Race

    With the recent home stand of the New York Yankees that included a nine-game winning streak and four walk-off wins, they are now right in the thick of things in the American League East...

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  17. Yankees vs. Phillies: A-Rod Homers in Clutch To Prevail

    Not clutch? After Saturday, Alex Rodriguez has 18 home runs on his career to tie or win a game. Among active players, that goes for second, behind Gary Sheffield's 22 long balls...

    Micheal Robinson Written by Micheal Robinson about over 5 years ago 29 reads 2 comments

  18. Phillies-Yankees: Chien-Ming Wang Didn't Relieve NY As Expected

    Chien-Ming Wang came back Friday and got smashed by the Philadelphia Phillies like a roundhouse kick from the foot of Chuck Norris. Wang came in relief during the seventh inning to face some tough hitters in the Philadelphia lineup...

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  19. Cano Surges New York Yankees to Sweep of Orioles and Ninth Win in a Row

    It just hasn't been much better then this in a long time. The New York Yankees are now 24-17 and have won nine games in a row after a 7-4 victory and a sweep of the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee Stadium on Thursday night...

    Micheal Robinson Written by Micheal Robinson about over 5 years ago 69 reads 4 comments

  20. Homer Happy Yankees Reach Eight Wins In a Row

    Lately, it seems as if nothing can stop the 2009 New York Yankees. They are now winners of their last eight games after defeating the Baltimore Orioles 11-4 on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium...

    Micheal Robinson Written by Micheal Robinson about over 5 years ago 59 reads 4 comments

  21. A-Rod Homers Again, Yankees Win Seventh in a Row

    Homers and wins are becoming a normalcy around the Bronx. After Tuesday's big 9-1 victory, the New York Yankees are now 22-17 and have won seven games in a row. CC Sabathia got the start against Brad Bergesen and the Baltimore Orioles...

    Micheal Robinson Written by Micheal Robinson about over 5 years ago 56 reads 2 comments

  22. Sabathia Goes Hunting For Orange Birds At Yankee Stadium

    The Baltimore Orioles (16-22) are making their first trip to the new Yankee Stadium. Not that it is up to them, but it isn't a really good time to come...

    Micheal Robinson Written by Micheal Robinson about over 5 years ago 69 reads 2 comments

  23. Don't Call It a Comeback: New York Yankees Sweep Minnesota Twins

    The Yankees didn't need a walk off win this time, but managed to win. With their sixth win in a row and a sweep of the Minnesota Twins, the Yankees did it all over the weekend...

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  24. Hey, Put that Back! Leave Yankee Stadium Alone!

    First, Monument Park was destroyed, then the grass was pulled up. Now, the seats are being ripped out like Ruth's heart is being ripped out of his chest...

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  25. Easy as Pie: Johnny Damon Hits Walk Off Shot on Sunday

    Tony Pena was in the Yankees dugout in the bottom of the 10th and called the walk off home run by Johnny Damon. In a 2-2 tie in the bottom of the tenth, Johnny Damon unloaded on a full count pitch from right-hander Jesse Crain...

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