1. New York Yankees Solidify Rotation with Michael Pineda, Hiroki Kuroda

    Go west, young man, go west. That's Montero’s destiny. It was finally fulfilled today, when the New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners partnered up again for a trade involving Jesus Montero ...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 2 years ago 925 reads 0 comments

  2. Tyson Chandler to the Knicks Has to Make Them a Contender

    As of yesterday, it didn't seem like the Knicks were a legitimate contender for the championship, but with the signing of Tyson Chandler imminent, things have definitely shifted in the Knicks favor...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 2 years ago 1,190 reads 4 comments

  3. All Quiet on the New York Yankees Front: Is Brian Cashman Bluffing?

    New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman continues to insist he isn't seeing much to be had in the free-agent market when it comes to starting pitching...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 2 years ago 444 reads 8 comments

  4. New York Knicks: Who Will Be Taking the Court Christmas Day?

    Yet again, the Knicks are connected to another superstar in Chris Paul , and the hype is big. Paul, an All-Star PG and probably the best in the league, has apparently demanded a trade to New York...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 2 years ago 1,289 reads 3 comments

  5. New York Yankees: What to Expect from Next Year's Rotation

    As the starting pitching rotation stands today, I think the New York Yankees have a great chance to win 95+ games, the A.L. East and make a deep run into the playoffs...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 2 years ago 1,906 reads 26 comments

  6. NY Giants Improve Despite Loss to Green Bay Packers

    Despite a disappointing loss in the final seconds to Green Bay, the Giants made some major strides. After going into Foxborough and upsetting the Patriots , the Giants look pretty ...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 2 years ago 476 reads 9 comments

  7. New York Yankees 2012: The Lineup Girardi Needs to Stick with

    Joe Girardi is known for changing things around, using different players on different days and tweaking his lineup. However, in 2012, Joe needs to make a basic lineup and stick with it...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 2 years ago 3,551 reads 25 comments

  8. New York Yankees: Expect Cashman to Target Yu Darvish and Yoenis Cespedes

    With the winter meetings coming up, and the New York Yankees not feeling too high on any free agent starting pitchers or right-handed hitters, it seems quite possible Brian Cashman can target the latest imports rumored to be coming to America...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 2 years ago 63 reads 10 comments

  9. Chris Paul: Could the Knicks Construct a Trade for the Star Point Guard?

    Before I get into this, I need to say something. I am a big Knicks fan, and Chris Paul just happens to be my favorite non-Knick...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 2 years ago 436 reads 2 comments

  10. Fred Jackson May Be Done for the Year; Who Can You Pick Up to Save Your Team?

    You probably have heard by now that Fred Jackson will not be playing this Sunday against the New York Jets. Jackson suffered an injury to his calf, and some sources say it may sideline him for the rest of the regular season...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 2 years ago 341 reads 0 comments

  11. Yankees and Braves, Could They Become Trade Partners Again?

    The possibility of the Yankees and Braves hooking up again for a trade seems a whole lot more likely, after the Daily News reported that the Braves are interested in the budding SS Eduardo Nunez...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about almost 3 years ago 1,178 reads 5 comments

  12. MLB as We Know It May Be Very, Very Different in the Coming Years

    Something major has happened at the GM meetings, and it doesn't involve a player moving, it involves an entire TEAM moving. The Houston Astros will move from the NL to the AL in 2013, balancing the two leagues out...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about almost 3 years ago 72 reads 0 comments

  13. MLB Wild Card Races Going Down to the Wire

    There are two days left to play, and the AL Wild Card is in a dead tie between the Boston Red Sox and the Tampa Bay Rays...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about almost 3 years ago 209 reads 1 comments

  14. Top Agenda for the New York Football Giants

    The lockout is finally over, and now Big Blue needs to get down to business. Gang Green is running their mouths, as usual, and the Giants are flying under the radar...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about 3 years ago 602 reads 1 comments

  15. Yankees Need to Get Another Starter Before the Trade Deadline

    It's the same story, year after year, regardless of how good the Yankees are. They need help in the starting rotation. They are probably the fourth-best team in all of baseball right now, behind Philadelphia , Boston and Texas ...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about 3 years ago 503 reads 0 comments

  16. Could a Miami Heat Championship Help the Knicks in the Long Run?

    Read the article before you call me crazy. Almost one year ago, LeBron James disgusted the basketball world (outside of Miami), when he took his talents to South Beach...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about 3 years ago 1,667 reads 8 comments

  17. New York Yankees: When Will Cashman Pull the Trigger for an Ace?

    Things are looking pretty good for the Yankee starting rotation right now, so it's not a necessity that they start looking for a trade quite yet, but it's surely on the horizon...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 2,343 reads 25 comments

  18. Roger Maris Still Deserves to Be in the Hall of Fame

    This has been a debate ever since Roger Maris finished playing in 1968, but it's a no-brainer: Maris is a Hall of Famer. It's not a secret that Maris didn't have staggering numbers, a ...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 199 reads 1 comments

  19. New York Knicks Head into NBA Playoffs 2011 with Major Question Marks

    Although the season ending left a bitter taste in the mouths of both Knicks fans and players, we all have to remember major steps were taken in the right direction, and the franchise is in much better shape than it was a year ago...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 506 reads 3 comments

  20. The UConn Huskies Should Pray for a Lockout If They Want Kemba Walker to Stay

    Rarely would anyone hope for a lockout to actually happen. It hurts the players, it hurts the league, it hurts the fans. However, there is one situation where I hope for a lockout, and that is when it comes to Kemba Walker ...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 320 reads 7 comments

  21. Yankees Start Things off Right, Looking Hot Despite the Cold Weather

    Today did not feel like Opening Day in baseball should feel. It was absolutely freezing at the stadium, windy and at times we were hit with freezing rain/hail. However, the Yankees looked pretty great for Opening Day...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 126 reads 0 comments

  22. Carmelo Anthony & Co. Win Through Defense, Get New York Knicks Back On Track

    Yes. You're reading that correctly, The New York Knicks played some defense tonight. They finally looked like an team with stars like Amar'e Stoudemire, Carmelo Anthony and Chauncey Billups should...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 463 reads 15 comments

  23. New York Yankees: Brian Cashman's Mix & Match Moves Make Him Look Like a Genius

    So the Yankees missed on Cliff Lee twice—first when the Mariners decided to trade him to the Rangers and again when he decided to sign with the Phillies. However, neither time can be attributed to lack of effort or offers from the Yankees...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 666 reads 18 comments

  24. A.J. Burnett Looking to Contribute More Than Just Whipped Cream Celebrations

    A.J. Burnett has already started changing opinions and proving he still has what it takes after only two innings. Burnett threw 21 pitches in two innings, 15 of which were strikes...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 156 reads 0 comments

  25. New York Yankees Should Skip Trading and Hold on To Their Young Talent

    If anything can be taken from the first two days of spring training, it's this: The Yankees have a great farm system. The Yankees are choc-full of talent ranging from starting pitchers to catchers...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 555 reads 5 comments