1. Stephen Strasburg vs. Pittsburgh Pirates: No Problem

    According to ESPN's Buster Olney, young pitching phenom Stephen Strasburg may get his first big league start against the Pittsburgh Pirates sometime between June eighth and tenth...

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  2. Boston Red Sox Pitching and Defense? All Aboard he Offense Train!

    On Monday, the Boston Red Sox made short work of the first place Tampa Bay Rays. The fiery and quick Rays offense put up six hits, but could only manage one run before the final pitch was thrown...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about 4 years ago 167 reads 4 comments

  3. Milton's Meltdowns: A Look At Some Of Bradley's Worst Outbursts

    Every Baseball fan knows Milton Bradley for one thing and unfortunately it's not for his playing ability. With his newest club Seattle, Bradley is batting .222 with 2 home runs and 12 RBI...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about 4 years ago 1,795 reads 9 comments

  4. New York Yankees: 17-Game Stand They'd Like To Forget

    Lets face it, The New York Yankees are playing hurt and tired. Not including the PPD game on May 11 in Detroit, The Yankees have played 17 straight games, including a doubleheader...

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  5. Analyzing the New York Yankees' Designated Hitter Carousel

    With the news coming in from all over that Nick Johnson will need wrist surgery and will be out until at least July, the Yankees have found themselves without an everyday designated hitter...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about over 4 years ago 833 reads 3 comments

  6. Is Dice K Done? Analyzing The Current Fall Of Daisuke Matsuzaka

    Recently, the $50 million man has been having all kinds of pitching trouble, at a time when the Boston Red Sox cannot afford it...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about over 4 years ago 1,271 reads 8 comments

  7. The New York Yankees' Possible Outfield Remedies

    Let's face it, despite the team's recent success, the New York Yankee outfield isn't looking too promising right now. At the start of the season, the Yankee outfield was seeing great production out of both Curtis Granderson and Nick Swisher...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about over 4 years ago 889 reads 12 comments

  8. World Series Game Six: The Pedro Martinez Show

    As the 2009 World Series moves back to the Bronx, the Philadelphia Phillies once again put the ball in the hands of Pedro Martinez...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about almost 5 years ago 217 reads 2 comments

  9. MNF: Allen Helps Favre Get "Revenge" on Packers

    If you are the Green Bay Packers' fans, Monday Night Football against Minnesota is a must win. Not only are you facing your division rivals, but the most prolific player in your team's history is taking the field against you...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about almost 5 years ago 181 reads 2 comments

  10. Yankees, Give Damon a Contract

    When was the last time Johnny Damon looked like this? The Yankees are currently riding the gravy train into the middle of August, and one of their best producers has been Damon...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about 5 years ago 303 reads 11 comments

  11. What the Bush League: Big Papi, Big Poser, Big Problems

    Before reading this article, I would like you to please read this one, published in February of this year. Alright, got Ortiz's part of that article? Good. Now join me in welcoming David Ortiz to the Clown Hall of Fame...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about 5 years ago 434 reads 2 comments

  12. What The Bush League: Showboat Soriano Edition

    So does anyone else think this guy is an absolute clown? By hitting a walk off grand slam, which counts just as much as a walk-off single, Alfonso Soriano won the game for the Cubs last night against the Astros...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about 5 years ago 285 reads 12 comments

  13. Bronx Bullpen the Best in the Bigs: The Reason Why the Yankees Are in First Place

    It is July 22nd, and The New York Yankees are in first place for the first time since June eighth. The Bombers being the current Kings of the AL East is due to a combination of many factors, the most important being a five game winning streak...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about 5 years ago 242 reads 8 comments

  14. Game Changers: Why Missing Home Plate Means A Loss

    Last night, the eighth inning for the Orioles did not go so well. The game was tied at one, and had been close all the way through. It was very apparent that this game was going to be decided by one the swing of the bat...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about 5 years ago 196 reads 0 comments

  15. Johnny Damon: Quietly Making Noise

    I'll start this one off by stating two obvious facts. The first, Johnny Damon's best baseball years are behind him. The second, it is impossible to make noise quietly, unless, of course, it is 2009 and you happen to be named Johnny Damon...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about 5 years ago 366 reads 10 comments

  16. Mo "The Great" Saves The Day Again

    Mariano Rivera the best closer to throw a baseball in the Bronx. He may be the greatest closer to throw a baseball in the postseason. Tuesday night in St...

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  17. Yankees: Eric Hinske Is Not Kidding Around

    Sometimes the Yankees make certain moves that are classifed as "desperate." Upon learning that the Bombers had traded for Eric Hinske, most would criticize this move as a sad attempt ...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about 5 years ago 291 reads 11 comments

  18. Making the Case: Brett Gardner Is the Most Valuable Rookie in the AL

    In the great game of baseball, certain guys have abilities that are absolutely invaluable to their teams. These guys are not always All-Stars, but what they bring to the table is needed when the team is trying to win...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about 5 years ago 468 reads 12 comments

  19. Top 10 Closers At The Halfway Mark

    Well, here at the halfway mare, debate is brewing about the best statistical players at each position. Most of the larger debates focus on hitters and starting pitching, but I want to take ...

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  20. Baseball's Forgotten Record

    I'm going to guess that not many people know who the man in that picture is. If I told you he was one of the best pitchers in Major League history, you would only have to google his name to find out the truth...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about 5 years ago 163 reads 14 comments

  21. American League East: The Best Division In Baseball. Period.

    Few divisions give baseball fans the pure excitement that comes from the American Leauge East. This division has it all: the pitching, the hitting, the fielding and the heroics that make baseball the great game we all love...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about 5 years ago 541 reads 1 comments

  22. Joe Girardi Blows It Bigtime

    I'm not a guy who enjoys dogging Joe Girardi, not in the least bit possible. I love supporting him, even when people question every little decision he makes when the Yankees lose games...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about 5 years ago 377 reads 4 comments

  23. Greinke or Lincecum: Who Would You Start Tomorrow?

    I'm someone who enjoys debate as much as the next guy, and when it comes to baseball, I love talking pitchers. I'm always going back and forth between different players and different teams to find out the real answer to the question proposed...

    Dan Pazos Written by Dan Pazos about 5 years ago 302 reads 31 comments

  24. The Yankees Hall of Shame, Pt. 2: Overrated Arms

    Well, here's the moment you have all been waiting for. Ladies and gentleman, here is the second installment in my personal favorite journalistic series, the Yankees Hall of Shame...

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  25. Yankees Bullpen Philled Up

    All puns aside, the Yankee bullpen has been absolutely stellar since the addition of Phil Hughes, back in the first week of June...

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