1. Bon Jovi To Play at the Meadowlands As Part of 2010 World Tour

    Bon Jovi's 2010 performances at the new Giants Stadium in the Meadowlands will serve as a homecoming to one of New Jersey's most appreciated bands. On Thursday, Oct...

    Christopher Chavez Written by Christopher Chavez about almost 5 years ago 595 reads 1 comments

  2. Blind Justice: Tim McClelland Could Call Game Five of the ALCS Blind-Folded

    When an umpire blows a call in a baseball game, critics are always quick to forgive. Many argue that is just the human element of baseball...

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  3. If Anything's Burning In The Bronx, It's Alex Rodriguez, Mr. October 2009

    Alex Rodriguez is channeling memories of the 1977 postseason to New York Yankees fans around the world. The third baseman is making himself a good case for the title of Mr. October with his recent playoff performance...

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  4. Aaron Boone Leaning Toward Retirement

    The off-season has already begun for 26 major league baseball teams. The off-season is filled with trades, signings, firings, hirings, and sadly retirements...

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  5. The 2009 ALCS Is a First for Several Yankees

    Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada, Andy Pettitte, and Mariano Rivera are the last remnants of the Yankee dynasty from the 1990s and 2000. These few players are no strangers to big series, like the American League Championship Series...

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  6. Devin Harris Is Hurting, But Still Determined To Carry The Nets

    New Jersey Nets point guard Devin Harris is no stranger to small injuries. But when does having multiple small injuries start to worry the Nets? Harris says that he isn't concerned about how fragile his body has shown to be...

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  7. Yankees' Mariano Rivera Proves He Is the Best Closer in the 2009 Postseason

    If there was any doubt about who was the best closer in the postseason, last night proved that Mariano Rivera is the man that all managers want to send out in a close game...

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  8. Alex Rodriguez: From Playoff Dud to Stud

    During the 2009 regular season, Alex Rodriguez posted up good numbers overall. Unlike previous seasons, he did not head the team in home-runs and runs batted in. The 2009 campaign was Alex Rodriguez's way to say that he was now a team player...

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  9. Dear Bobby Valentine, New York Misses You

    The New York Mets just finished a very unsuccessful and disappointing 2009 campaign. It was definitely not the type of season that the Mets had in mind to open up Citi Field in Flushing. Looking back at the season the blame can be put on anyone...

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  10. Lebron to the Brooklyn Nets in 2010: From Contenders to Favorites

    "I would tell Jay-Z to call up his good friend LeBron and ask him whatever he wants, I will give him." According to the new soon-to-be Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov, that is all that it could take for him to bring LeBron James to the Nets...

    Christopher Chavez Written by Christopher Chavez about almost 5 years ago 1,161 reads 6 comments

  11. Breaking News: Twins Sign Miguel Angel Sano

    According to Dejan Kovacevic of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, the Minnesota Twins have signed Dominican shortstop Miguel Angel Sano. Sano will get a $3.15 million dollar bonus...

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  12. Prince Fielder On The Trading Block Could Be a Good Sign For The Mets

    On Tuesday afternoon, the Milwaukee Brewers owner Mark Attanasio confirmed to the media that his All-Star first-baseman, Prince Fielder will be on the trading block this winter...

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  13. Yu Darvish: Are the Yankees in Pursuit of Him?

    Baseball has been America's national sport and pastime for a very long time. In recent years, Japan has come along and adopted the American sport like its own national sport and pastime...

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  14. Negro League Legends Remembered: Josh Gibson

    Every decade there comes an athlete that performs at a spectacular level and post up incredible statistics. In today's modern society, when an athlete goes way beyond expectations, people are ready to speculate performance enhancing drugs...

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  15. Joe Torre To Face the Yankees in 2010

    On Sept. 16, 2009, the New York Yankees and several other Major League teams released their preliminary 2010 season schedules. When looking at the Yankees' schedule there are several series that stand out...

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  16. Derek Jeter: Achieving Yankees Immortality

    Derek Jeter, the skinny shortstop from Kalamazoo, made his New York Yankees debut in Seattle on May 29, 1994. In that game at the Kingdome, Jeter went 0-for-5 and celebrated his major league debut at a local McDonald's afterwards...

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  17. Inside the Yankees Cookbook: The Taste of Sucess...Pie

    There are several Major League Baseball teams that sell cookbooks at the ballpark featuring some of their team's stars. The Yankees don't have an official cookbook, but if there was one the specialty, it would probably be pie...

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  18. It's a Dunn Deal: The Major League Call-Up of a Converted Outfielder

    Mike Dunn was a minor-league Yankees outfielder three years ago until they asked him if he would be willing to switch positions and become a pitcher. Dunn was glad to do anything that would keep his dream of becoming a major leaguer, alive...

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  19. Former Yankees Hero Aaron Boone Makes Dramatic Return to the Majors

    The 2003 Yankee hero, Aaron Boone is making his return to the major leagues soon after undergoing open-heart surgery earlier this year. The Houston Astros activated Boone this Tuesday as one of their September call-ups...

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  20. Gonzo Back in the Desert After a Teary Retirement

    The hero of the 2001 World Series made his return to the desert on Saturday night, as Luis Gonzalez officially announced his retirement as a player...

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  21. Pondering the Rest of the MLB Season Through Text Messages

    My friend Brian and I have always had several debates about baseball. Whether it is about steroids or trades or even free-agency. Recently we have been discussing the many possible results of the rest of the baseball season...

    Christopher Chavez Written by Christopher Chavez about 5 years ago 117 reads 1 comments

  22. A Fall With Grace: Clutch Derek Jeter May Get Another Shot at Being Mr. November

    Almost eight years after it happened, Derek Jeter's home run could possibly be one of the greatest sports moments of all-time. After the Sept...

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  23. 2010: Enter Sandman in New York and Boston and No Papelbon

    Jonathan Papelbon has never been smart with his words to the media. Before last year's All-Star Game in New York he dissed Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, saying that he had better stats than Rivera and deserved to be the closer...

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  24. Yankees Offseason Shopping: A Fifth-Starter

    The 2009 New York Yankees entered the season having the best projected pitching rotation in baseball. They added two aces to their team in the winter with CC Sabathia and A.J. Burnett...

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  25. Ray Negron and The Yankees: The Final Tribute to Thurman Munson

    Aug. 2, 1979 will alaway be remembered as a dark day for all of Yankee Universe. The world received the news that Thurman Munson had died in a tragic plane crash. One of the people hit the hardest by this loss was Yankee bat boy Ray Negron...

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