1. MLB Recap: 9 MLB Busts in Recent Memory

    While big free agent signings can be the dominating factor in a fan’s excitement about a team’s upcoming season, the thought of an electric prospect or those new acquisitions ...

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  2. Bud Selig Must Go for Baseball to Improve

    Throughout sports, the only way to evolve is with leadership. The NFL is a great example, where their commissioner, Roger Goodell , has instituted a progressive way of thinking...

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  3. MLB Fantasy Predictions: 10 WHIP Saviors for 2012

    Baseball has changed from an instinctual, fundamental work of art to a statistical breakdown of various intricacies in the game over the past couple of decades...

    Josh Schermerhorn Written by Josh Schermerhorn about almost 3 years ago 1,041 reads 1 comments

  4. MLB Fantasy Predictions: Ten 2011 Duds to Pick Up in 2012

    The 2011 baseball season produced many players having fantastic seasons, putting up monster numbers to help their teams win and to give fantasy owners a tremendous treat, with players ...

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  5. MLB Predictions: Why the Red Sox May Have "Jumped the Shark"

    Don’t look now, but 86 years might be creeping up again. No, that’s not a reference of a lifespan, well of any one person...

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  6. Players Lost to Obscurity: The Two Best We Never Saw

    Baseball, unlike most any other American sport, leans on its history before its future. Progression is slow, and the legends of generations past are glorified beyond their years, immortalized by fans and media over time...

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  7. MLB Winter Meetings: 7 Unfulfilled Chatters

    The 2011 Winter Meetings have concluded in baseball, leaving the usual combination of disappointment, shock and satisfaction...

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  8. MLB Trade Rumors: Why Cole Hamels Would Be Worth It for the Yankees

    December has arrived, which means the heating up of offseason maneuvers in major league baseball. The cold-hard-truth is that the Yankees have not joined the party so far. They are not notorious for making early moves...

    Josh Schermerhorn Written by Josh Schermerhorn about almost 3 years ago 7,268 reads 38 comments

  9. MLB Trade Talks: 6 Teams Who Would Trade for Mark Teixeira

    It has been a very successful three years for Mark Teixeira in New York. He has been accepted and eventually loved by the crowd for his ability to not only hit the long ball, but field the ball like few first basemen in the game can...

    Josh Schermerhorn Written by Josh Schermerhorn about 3 years ago 11,773 reads 30 comments

  10. Yankees Offseason Talks: Will Gio Gonzalez Solve Their Pitching Woes?

    The Yankees , like most teams in baseball, are in the hunt for prime pitching this offseason. Though their rotation was decent in 2011, it has to be improved with both talent and youth in order to succeed in both the immediate and long-term futures...

    Josh Schermerhorn Written by Josh Schermerhorn about 3 years ago 4,912 reads 19 comments

  11. 10 Bold Predictions for the New York Yankees in the 2012 Offseason

    The New York Yankees are fresh off of a disappointing finish to a promising 2011 season, and are looking to reload for another championship run in 2012...

    Josh Schermerhorn Written by Josh Schermerhorn about 3 years ago 2,238 reads 47 comments

  12. 25 Greatest Pitchers in New York Yankees History

    The New York Yankees have been recognized for their championships and superstars over the past 100 years...

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  13. Yankees Offseason Talks: The Gang's All Here, Good or Bad?

    After much anticipation, but probably little panic by fans and the front office, C.C. Sabathia is back in pinstripes for 2012...

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  14. Yankees Offseason Talks: Seven Pitchers Worth Swapping for Montero

    Jesus Montero may be the most exciting prospect the Yankees have had in many years. Though very early in his career, the 20-year-old catcher has proven he can compete in big spots for the most scrutinized team in baseball...

    Josh Schermerhorn Written by Josh Schermerhorn about 3 years ago 6,702 reads 22 comments

  15. MLB Offseason Rumors: Should Yankees Dump Nick Swisher for Carlos Beltran?

    There are many ways to be loved as an athlete in New York. You can perform at the highest level in the biggest moments, like Derek Jeter or Mariano Rivera...

    Josh Schermerhorn Written by Josh Schermerhorn about 3 years ago 4,136 reads 27 comments

  16. MLB Trade Rumors: Would Yankees Deal Mark Teixeira to Sign Prince Fielder?

    The Yankees are out of the playoffs, so let the talks of trades and free agents begin. Naturally, the first place to look in New York is from within, hoping to move pieces that succeed in their careers but failed in the playoffs...

    Josh Schermerhorn Written by Josh Schermerhorn about 3 years ago 5,501 reads 13 comments

  17. 2011 MLB Playoffs: What We Learned from the Yankees This Postseason

    Once again, the Yankees succeeded in disappointing a fanbase full of high expectations in 2011. A team with the best record in the American League failed to persevere through the ...

    Josh Schermerhorn Written by Josh Schermerhorn about 3 years ago 1,908 reads 12 comments

  18. MLB Playoffs 2011: 10 New York Yankees Who Must Have an Impact This Postseason

    After a thrilling finale to baseball's regular season, the playoffs are set. The Yankees begin their postseason push Friday against the Tigers ...

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  19. 10 Reasons the New York Yankees Can Win the World Series

    It seems like forever since Mariano Rivera's subtle fist pump near first base in Game 6 of the 2009 World Series, verifying his fifth title and the Yankees ' 27th in franchise history...

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  20. 10 Free Agents the New York Yankees Will Look at This Offseason

    When push comes to shove in MLB's free agent market, the New York Yankees usually do both, jostling their way to the top of every player watch list in their never ending pursuit to assemble the best possible team...

    Josh Schermerhorn Written by Josh Schermerhorn about 3 years ago 5,234 reads 20 comments

  21. New York Yankees: Making the Case for Curtis Granderson as 2011 AL MVP

    About a year ago, Curtis Granderson and Yankees hitting coach made some adjustments to his swing, basically making his swing more compact, allowing him to unleash a quicker bat with more power...

    Josh Schermerhorn Written by Josh Schermerhorn about 3 years ago 1,202 reads 15 comments

  22. Will the New York Yankees Weather the September Storm?

    There's a storm coming. No, it's not another hurricane. It is, however, a whirlwind of problems the Yankees are about to face in the coming month...

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  23. Where Do New York Yankees Hitters of Today Match Up with Baseball's Past?

    Baseball's past is the richest in all of American sports. The sample size is like no other, with thousands of players having filtered through generations of the game...

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  24. Surprisingly, an Expected Surge by Derek Jeter in the Second Half

    Earlier this season, I will be the first to admit my worries for the fate of shortstop Derek Jeter were elevated. For one, he is my second-favorite athlete in history behind Tiger Woods, so the idea of a preemptive failure was a bit troubling to bear...

    Josh Schermerhorn Written by Josh Schermerhorn about over 3 years ago 483 reads 1 comments

  25. Another Sad Ending to a New York Yankees Career?

    A few weeks ago, I wrote an article depicting the saddest endings to Yankees ' careers. As we enter the final stretch of this season, it seems Jorge Posada may be heading for that list, and it is hard to watch...

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