1. Lawrence Tynes: 15 Questions For the Giants' Kicker

    If I had to choose to write a feature story about one person on the New York Giants, it would be Lawrence Tynes. He has an interesting back story, and it would make for a striking feature story ...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 231 reads 0 comments

  2. Yankees-Orioles: Yanks Take Series behind Hot Damon

    Coming from behind on Sunday afternoon, the New York Yankees defeated the Baltimore Orioles by a score of 5-3, and took the weekend series two games to one...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 84 reads 3 comments

  3. Yanks-Orioles: Returning A-Rod and Sabathia Snap Slump

    Mercifully ending their five-game losing streak, the New York Yankees defeated the Baltimore Orioles on Friday night by a score of 4-0...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 51 reads 3 comments

  4. The 2007 New York Giants: The Team That Wanted It More, Part II

    The Playoff Run on the Road On Wild Card weekend, the Giants took care of the Bucs, beating them, 24-14. It felt good to see the Giants finally capture a playoff win and not go “one and done” in the first round...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 287 reads 1 comments

  5. The 2007 New York Giants: The Team That Wanted It More, Part I

    “That was the most incredible Super Bowl I’ve ever seen,” I said looking at him. “It was unbelievable,” replied Giants’ wide out Amani Toomer. “That whole season and that Super Bowl were absolutely crazy...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 209 reads 5 comments

  6. Posada Comes Up Big, New York Yankees Come Back to Down Los Angeles Angels

    Being down 9-4 in the bottom of the eighth inning of Friday’s game was no problem for the New York Yankees, as they mounted an incredible comeback to beat the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim by a score of 10-9...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 5 years ago 40 reads 1 comments

  7. Yankees-Tigers: Nick Swisher and Joba Chamberlain Shine

    In the rubber game of a three-game set in Detroit, the New York Yankees edged the Tigers 8-6 Wednesday night. Four of the Yanks’ eight runs came off the bat of Nick Swisher, who belted two home runs, one from each side of the plate...

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  8. Yankees-Tigers: Explosive Seventh Inning, Hughes Leads to Win

    Scoring only a combined three runs over the last two games, the New York Yankees finally broke out of their offensive struggles and defeated the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday night, winning by a score of 11-0 and snapping a four-game losing skid...

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  9. My First Trip to the New Yankee Stadium: The Experience of a Lifetime

    I was exhausted as I looked out the window on the train ride home. As a die-hard baseball fan, I had just been through an absolute whirlwind. The day of my baseball-loving life. Wednesday, April 22, 2009 was a very special day for me...

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  10. Posada, Instant Replay Lift Yankees Past Tribe

    In a pinch hit at-bat in the seventh inning of Sunday’s game, Jorge Posada crushed a two-run homerun into the short porch in right field of the new Yankee Stadium to push the ...

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  11. In Final Exhibition, Yankees Top Cubs

    In what was the last spring tune up for the New York Yankees, and only the second game played in the new Yankee Stadium, the Bronx Bombers topped the Chicago Cubs this afternoon, 10-1...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about over 5 years ago 89 reads 1 comments

  12. Prodigy: The Derek Jeter Story

    “Derek Jeter is a six-tool player. I’ve never eaten with him, so I can’t tell you if he has good table manners, but I imagine he has those, too.” Former Texas Rangers manager Johnny Oates said this about Derek Jeter in 1999...

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  13. My Morning with an Ex-Yankee

    Going into the weekend of Mar. 13, I was very, very excited. I was set for an awesome weekend (yet now part of that weekend seems meaningless). However, Friday Mar. 13 was very meaningful, as I was lucky enough to interview an ex-Yankee...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about over 5 years ago 290 reads 1 comments

  14. Yankees Best Red Sox in Spring Tune-Up behind Brilliant Burnett

    Even in a meaningless Spring Training game, the greatest rivalry in the history of sports provided an exciting match-up on Tuesday night. The New York Yankees edged their arch-rivals, the Boston Red Sox, by a score of 7-1...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about over 5 years ago 157 reads 0 comments

  15. Mariano Rivera: A Bio of the Greatest Closer in Baseball

    He is known by many names: The Great One, The Sandman, The Hammer of God, and Mo. Arguably the best closing pitcher in the history of the game of baseball, Rivera's life has been far from easy...

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  16. Tino Martinez was a Force in the New York Yankee Dynasty

    It’s sometimes hard to fill someone’s shoes, especially when the person before you was well-liked, well respected, and great at what they did...

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  17. Mickey Mantle: The Magnificent Yankee

    He was one of the most beloved and admired players to ever put on the pinstripes for the New York Yankees. Mickey Charles Mantle was the epitome of an athlete. Agile, fearless, and courageous...

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  18. Elston Howard: A Yankee Pioneer

    Jackie Robinson did not just break the color barrier in April of 1947. He made an advancement for America as a nation, bringing together whites and blacks in the game of baseball. Everyone will forever remember his name for his tremendous innovation...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about over 5 years ago 1,270 reads 5 comments

  19. Derek Jeter to Play Against New York Yankees

    On March 1, Derek Jeter will be the captain of two teams in the same game. Thursday afternoon, it was announced that Jeter, who is the captain of the New York Yankees and the captain ...

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  20. Breaking News: Johnny Damon Leaves Yankees, Signs With WWE

    The New York Yankees will be without their lead-off left fielder this upcoming year. Johnny Damon announced Saturday that he is leaving the Yankees to pursue a career as a professional wrestler, ...

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  21. Yankee Baseball is Almost Here: Pitchers and Catchers to Tampa in 12 Days

    With roughly two weeks until the start of Spring Training, the New York Yankees will be going into camp with a stockpile of new arms and new faces, and hope to make a run at the 2009 World Series Title...

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  22. Alex Rodriguez: A Biography of the Yankees' Superstar Third Baseman

    He is known by simply one name: A-Rod. At the young age of 33, he has already smashed 553 career home runs, owns a lifetime batting average of .306, and has knocked in 1,606 runs...

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  23. Where You Going? The Influence of Players' Families on Their Lives

    America is a country built upon freedom to do whatever makes us happy. But what if there was always someone there to tell us what they would like us to do rather than what we really ...

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  24. NY Yankee Fans...We Got Him!

    If you haven't turned on a television or read a newspaper today, free agent pitcher Carsten Charles "CC" Sabathia is set to accept a seven year, $161 million offer from the New York Yankees...

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  25. Yankees Decline Options on Giambi, Pavano

    Today, the New York Yankees have declined the player options for first baseman Jason Giambi and starting pitcher Carl Pavano, making both players free agents, as reported by MLB.com...

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