1. New York Yankees: An Ode To The Champs...

    #27 is what was achieved, never giving-up, along with Alex at ease. AJ had pies, CC threw strikes, Mark T. at first base, opposing teams had no dice...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 230 reads 0 comments

  2. Johnny Be Great....Still Wearing Pinstripes

    My first impression of Johnny Damon was not in Yankee uniform, but that of a hated Boston Red Sox.He was that outfielder who was part of the biggest Yankee heartbreak in 2004...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 108 reads 0 comments

  3. Five Reasons The Phillies Fan Should Be Banned...by: a Yankee Fan

    Ban the fan! Ban the fan! Ban the fan! Yes, ban the fan. Specifically, the Philadelphia Philly fan. I purposely waited to address this issue until the World Series finished. I am a diehard Yankee fan...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 500 reads 14 comments

  4. 2009 WORLD SERIES: A Little Red Engine VS. Lucky #27

    In just a few hours, the Yankees host Phillies in the first game of the 2009 World Series. New York and Philadelphia have to be proud of the both clubs because they represent baseball in the finest light...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 115 reads 1 comments

  5. PITCHING PREDICTS PHILLIES VERDICT

    The Phillies are a terrific team, no doubt about it. Consistently preforming at this high level to have another opportunity to win the championship says enough...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 32 reads 0 comments

  6. WARNING: WHEN YOUR TEAM IS IN THE CHAMPIONSHIPS

    Whether it is the NFL, a sibling on a varsity high school team or even a beer pong tournament entered by a pal at your local watering-hole there is always a championship at the end...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 148 reads 1 comments

  7. ALCS Game Four: Yankees Ready, Aim, Fire Away

    Tuesday night, out in sunny Anaheim, CA, the Yankees dropped a bomb over Angel Stadium; the bomb is Carsten Charles Sabathia. Ready, aim, fire as the dangerous Angel bats shut-down in a big way, by a big man in a big game...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 27 reads 0 comments

  8. MLB ALCS: Home Is Where The Walk-Off Is

    Tonight the Angels status went from zero, back on in this ALCS, with the team's walk-off win. The Yankees are still a game up but the dream of a sweep and an easy way out from the L...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 68 reads 0 comments

  9. MLB PLAYOFFS: The Depressed West VS. The Eager East

    Game three of the NLCS wrapped up tonight, with Philadelphia Phillies beating the L.A. Dodgers and taking the 2-1 lead in games. Watching what resembled more of a batting practice, the Phillies scored 11 runs...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 76 reads 0 comments

  10. YANKEES GONNA RUN THIS TOWN TONIGHT

    Sorry the original got blocked because Z100 won't share it with fans without the annoying, possessed voice repeating "Z100" in the backround. I grew-up listening to Z100 and it disappoints me that it's all about the money...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 998 reads 0 comments

  11. The Final Four In Baseball

    Unlike past October’s, for the first time in years the final four teams that remain are the top four in baseball. It will something not to miss as any one of the teams has a shot to win...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 84 reads 1 comments

  12. A Yankees Biography: The Story Of Joes

    With the playoffs in full swing, the possibilities begin to become realities. Manager Joe Torre's Dodgers, focus is now on the NLCS as the team swept the Cardinals in three games to proceed onward...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 88 reads 1 comments

  13. Playoff Pleasure Is Such A Treasure

    This 2009 October baseball post-season, is by far at its very best. Eight teams, eight possible World Series Champions, marked by the emotions behind all this genuine talent displayed by each team...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 40 reads 1 comments

  14. R-E-S-P-E-C-T Find Out What Winning Means To Me

    Tuesday night, baseball fans across the country watched in anticipation to witness something that has only happened four other times in MLB history...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 98 reads 1 comments

  15. A Fan's Guide To The Eight Playoff Teams – Part 2

    Now onto the National League teams. The National League has four teams that will be playing to go to the World Series. The winner will have to face the winning American League team. The NL does not have the Designated Hitter position, like the AL does.

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 52 reads 0 comments

  16. A Fan’s Guide To The Eight Playoff Teams - Part 1

    The baseball season starts in April, consisting of 30 teams who are all grinding through the same grueling schedule. All 30 teams have just one identical goal, to make it to this week when the 2009 Playoffs begin...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 91 reads 16 comments

  17. A Yankee Fan's Notes On The Tigers or The Twins

    All games have the outcome of being the winners or the losers in sports. When a game puts a season on the line it means everything and then some. Tuesday night a game will be played between the Detroit Tigers against the Minnesota Twins...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 66 reads 1 comments

  18. Ending On A Sweep...Will Make Yanks Weep?

    The Yankees are playing the last series in the regular season. A standard three games down in Tropicana Field against the Tampa Bay Rays. Remember back when everyone thought the Rays were the team of the future in the American League East...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 45 reads 0 comments

  19. NY Yankees: Justice For Joba

    The Yankees are almost finished wrapping up a tremendously successful regular season. Cashman and Girardi were baseball Einstein’s. Problems that arouse got fixed...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 113 reads 2 comments

  20. Three Playoff Headlines No Yankee Fans Want To Read

    The playoffs are about to start for the baseball world. Teams are claiming spots on the October schedule and others are looking towards next season. The Yankees swept the Red Sox on Sunday to win the AL East...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 66 reads 2 comments

  21. Three Teams, Three Wins, One City

    A Giant won, a Jet soared and a Yankee guaranteed that New York is the best place to call home. Three sports team, hailing from New York had simultaneous starts this afternoon (Yanks not on time due to rain delay)...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 51 reads 1 comments

  22. NY Yankees: Boston Bled Pinstripes In the Bronx

    The #4-train last night was packed full with Yankees and Red Sox fans heading to the Bronx. Expecting what looked to be the first game of a tough series for both the Red Sox and the Yankees...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about 5 years ago 67 reads 1 comments

  23. This Giants Fan Thinks Rex Ryan Is A Genius

    Sunday has become a favorite day of the week during the NFL season. This Sunday was no different but my Giants were the featured night game so I had the afternoon watch my Yankees...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about over 5 years ago 70 reads 1 comments

  24. Timing Is Everything For The Yankees

    All teams slump during the baseball season at some point. Since the all-star break, the Yankees had been slump free losing games of course but winning series. The last two weeks the Yankees have struggled...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about over 5 years ago 36 reads 1 comments

  25. The 3 Scares That Reminded Me, The Yankees Are Human

    Yankee fans remember playoffs as if it was light years ago that we had been involved. At the very least, a team good enough, excuse me great enough to be post-season worthy. Technically the Yanks only have missed October baseball one time, last season...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about over 5 years ago 218 reads 3 comments