1. Who Will Fill the Fifth Spot in the New York Yankees' Rotation?

    The New York Yankees rotation is shaping up to be a good one. Through free agency this year the Yankees have added a dominant ace in C.C. Sabathia and they've added a solid number two starter with no-hit stuff in A...

    Eliot Podgorsky Written by Eliot Podgorsky about over 5 years ago 715 reads 4 comments

  2. The Yankees, Rays and Red Sox: Three Different Offseason Strategies

    This offseason we've seen the three top American League East teams use three uniquely different strategies regarding their teams and the free agent market. The New York Yankees went big signing three of the top free agents for a total of $423...

    Eliot Podgorsky Written by Eliot Podgorsky about over 5 years ago 423 reads 5 comments

  3. Some Bold and Not so Bold Predictions for the 2008 Baseball Season

    Fourteen games into the regular season, it's prediction time. Jonathan Albaladejo will be the third-best reliever on the Yankees.Johan Santana will not lead the Mets to the playoffs by himself but…The Mets will make the playoffs...

    Eliot Podgorsky Written by Eliot Podgorsky about over 6 years ago 189 reads 1 comments

  4. April and May: Where Fantasy Baseball Owners Really Win their Championships

    September and October may be when your Fantasy Baseball League ends and the champion is crowned, but April and May are the months where you can assure yourself bragging rights come the end...

    Eliot Podgorsky Written by Eliot Podgorsky about over 6 years ago 520 reads 1 comments

  5. Free Agent Veteran or Rookie: Who Should Fill a Yankees Rotation Spot in 2009?

    Three games into the 2008 season I'm sure Hank and Brian Cashman are just kicking back and relaxing, and they'll probably start putting together a game-plan for the off-season sometime after the All-Star Break...

    Eliot Podgorsky Written by Eliot Podgorsky about over 6 years ago 1,032 reads 3 comments

  6. Joba Chamberlain: Future Closer or Ace for the New York Yankees?

    We have all heard about how Joba Chamberlain, Phil Hughes and Ian Kennedy are destined to become the New York Yankees Big Three, comparable to the Oakland Athletics trio of Tim Hudson, Mark Mulder and Barry Zito of the late 1990's...

    Eliot Podgorsky Written by Eliot Podgorsky about over 6 years ago 1,267 reads 7 comments