1. Remeber That Time Kelly Kelly Hugged Me?

    When I stood on line at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center box office that freezing November morning waiting for tickets to go on sale, I never thought I’d be attending probably the most memorable WWE show in my life...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about almost 3 years ago 2,416 reads 9 comments

  2. Another Baseball Mystery Solved?

    “Hey batter batter batter! Swing batter! He can’t hit, he can’t hit, he can’t hit, SWING batter!” Ferris Bueller’s best friend Cameron Frye ...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about over 3 years ago 1,925 reads 0 comments

  3. New York Yankees-Boston Red Sox: Weekend Preview

    About this time last year, the New York Yankees were not in the best shape. They had yet to hit their stride and were en route to going 0-8 in their first eight games vs. the Boston Red Sox...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about over 4 years ago 149 reads 1 comments

  4. Almost But No No-No: CC Sabathia Nearly No-Hits Rays

    Flirt. The word is defined as behaving amorously without serious intent or to show superficial interest or liking. Being a single guy, flirting is something I specialize in. Yet the word also refers to coming close to reaching or experiencing something...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about over 4 years ago 106 reads 1 comments

  5. CC Sabathia To Play Fat Albert in Sequel

    “Hey Hey Hey!” According to a recent press release, New York Yankee ace CC Sabathia has agreed to play Fat Albert in the sequel to the 2004 film of the same name...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about over 4 years ago 1,667 reads 0 comments

  6. The Yankees as Superheroes

    On an everyday basis during the baseball season, the Yankees make me believe in the impossible. They make me feel strong...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about over 4 years ago 1,576 reads 12 comments

  7. Will the Real A.J. Burnett Please Show Up?

    The Yankees were in an unfamiliar spot on Thursday, Oct. 29, 2009. They had lost the first game of the World Series they night before, dropping a 6-1 decision in Game One...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about over 4 years ago 280 reads 1 comments

  8. The Majors Offers Fun Fantasy Baseball

    The Majors is my fantasy baseball league, set up in coordination with Bleacher Report and CBS. This league is designed to enhance CBS Sports’ fantasy baseball presence, and it offers Bleacher Reporters a special discount...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about over 4 years ago 75 reads 0 comments

  9. Popping the Question at a Professional Sporting Event: Yes or No?

    “What were you planning on doing? Asking her to marry you at a Yankee game?” Jack Nicholson mockingly asked Adam Sandler in the movie “Anger Management.” “Yes, how did you know?” he responded...

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  10. Baseball Video Games: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

    The game of baseball has been around since the 1800s but in the 1980s, a new way to play America’s favorite game was invented. 1985 saw the release of the Nintendo Entertainment System, an 8-bit way for kids to have fun...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about over 4 years ago 4,757 reads 17 comments

  11. 27 of the Best Yankee Quotes

    I have compiled 27 of my favorite quotes by Yankee players. Each quote number corresponds to the Yankee’s number. 27) “I want players to look neat and responsible...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about over 4 years ago 20,694 reads 1 comments

  12. New York Yankee Memories: 27 Things I'll Remember from Their 2009 Season

    As everyone knows, the 2009 New York Yankees have won the World Series. Now that they finally have 27 World Titles, here are 27 things I have learned and will remember and take with me from this past season...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about almost 5 years ago 206 reads 1 comments

  13. Alex Rodriguez Comes Up Big, Goes from Alexander the Goat to Alexander the Great

    When Alex Rodriguez flies the other team dies…eventually. That seems to be the formula of the 2009 playoffs. Prior to the 2009 postseason, Rodriguez struggled immensely at the plate when it mattered most...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about almost 5 years ago 199 reads 1 comments

  14. What Has Happened to A.J. Burnett?

    After Tuesday night’s game he said he felt decent but wasn’t sharp. Although the Yankees’ offense bailed A.J...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 455 reads 9 comments

  15. Sabathia Shines, Yankees Shut Out Red Sox for Second Straight Time

    David Ortiz looked to be trying to hit a 15-run home run in the top half of the ninth. He took two hard whiffs before gazing at strike three to end the game...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 154 reads 0 comments

  16. Empire Strikes Back: After Eight Straight Losses, Yanks Finally Squash Red Sox

    They really had nothing to laugh about up until tonight. The Yankees were 0-8 against their arch enemy Red Sox coming into Thursday’s game, but they got the last laugh in their 13–6 win...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 148 reads 8 comments

  17. Four-Run Seventh, Damon Lead Yankees to Win over Blue Jays

    Losing 3-2 in the top of the seventh inning of Wednesday’s game, the New York Yankees broke free and scored four runs, leading them to an 8-4 win over the Toronto Blue Jays...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 29 reads 0 comments

  18. Happy Halladays: New York Yankees Beat Toronto Blue Jays' Ace

    In the first game of a two-game series in Toronto, the New York Yankees slipped by the Blue Jays Tuesday night, beating them by a score of 5-3...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 134 reads 0 comments

  19. Cabrera Hits for Cycle in Yankee Win Over White Sox

    Coming off three straight losses to the Chicago White Sox, the New York Yankees finally beat them 8-5 Sunday afternoon, avoiding a sweep. Melky Cabrera put on an offensive show in the game, going 4-for-5 and hitting for the cycle...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 105 reads 2 comments

  20. Yankees Take Two of Three From Rays Behind Homers, Strong Chamberlain

    In the rubber game of a three-game set in Tampa Bay, the New York Yankees defeated the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday night, 6-2. Robinson Cano stood out on the offensive side of the game, knocking in two runs on the night...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 140 reads 0 comments

  21. Catch, Save, and a Beauty: Top 10 Game-Saving Catches in Baseball

    Salvation. There's no better feeling than knowing you are safe. In the game of baseball, a save is usually rewarded to the closing pitcher who shuts down the offense in hte final inning to secure a victory for their team...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 1,187 reads 17 comments

  22. Top 10 Chris Berman Baseball Nicknames

    Everybody knows him. He is the voice of the Major League Baseball Home Run Derby every year and the host of NFL Sunday Countdown on ESPN. I am talking about none other than Chris Berman...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 4,602 reads 56 comments

  23. Proud To Be An American: A.L. Tops N.L. in Mid-Summer Classic

    It was a star-studded night in St. Louis. Baseball legends, All-Stars, and even the President of the United States were in attendance for the 80th annual Major League Baseball All Star Game...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 76 reads 0 comments

  24. The Prince Becomes a King: Fielder Wins Derby

    Back, back, back, there it goes, goodbye! This was the line of the night for Prince Fielder, who won the 2009 Home Run Derby, becoming the first player for the Milwaukee Brewers to accomplish the feat...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 142 reads 2 comments

  25. Yankees Sweep Season Series Against Twins

    The New York Yankees swept the Minnesota Twins on Thursday afternoon, beating them by a score of 6-4. It was the seventh time this year the Yankees have beaten the Twins and their 13th win in their last 15 games...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 65 reads 0 comments