1. MLB Postseason Television Policy Undermines Future of the Game

    Major League Baseball, on the whole, is enjoying a very robust time. Across the entire league, the average attendance is just under thirty thousand fans per game, not a small number by any estimate and certainly not in the current financial climate...

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  2. New York Yankees', Boston Red Sox' Rivalry: Can't We All Just Get Along?

    Frankly, no. Not only can Yankees and Red Sox fans not get along, they should also avoid any measure that might possibly lead to anyone getting along...

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  3. Mickey Mantle: Statistical Reality Undermines Legendary Status

    Baseball people, owners, general managers, managers, coaches, scouts, players and fans, have for the longest time been enamored with statistical analysis...

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  4. New York Yankees: Cervelli Head Injury Likely Means Posada on Postseason Roster

    Barring a collapse of epic proportions, the New York Yankees will make the playoffs once the 2011 season concludes...

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  5. Baseball and 9/11: America Overcomes the Silence

    It was clear to everyone that the world had changed. Our nation had been attacked, on our own soil, and we would come to learn that almost 3,000 people were killed in the process...

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  6. MLB Predictions 2011: Yankees vs. Phillies World Series Showdown

    There are some intriguing possibilities to consider as we head towards the 2011 MLB postseason. If the season ended today, as they say, we would have upstarts like the Diamondbacks ...

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  7. Rangers' Prospect Chris Kreider; What Would Bill Gates Do?

    Heading into the 2011-'12 NHL season, the New York Rangers have, on paper, a roster that is sufficiently talented, hard-working and disciplined to compete consistently with the best teams...

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  8. New York Yankees Rotation in 2012: Tough Decisions Are Coming

    The Yankees pitching staff in 2011 is, in many ways, like a hastily thrown-together patchwork quilt. A little of everything went into its creation from the beginning of the season ...

    Joseph Browne Written by Joseph Browne about almost 3 years ago 1,353 reads 13 comments

  9. New York Rangers: 6 Reasons Why They Will Win Stanley Cup Within 3 Years

    Despite the fact that the NHL has a system where the majority of its teams make the playoffs each year, the reality is that there is no more grueling process in all of sports than the march to the NHL championship...

    Joseph Browne Written by Joseph Browne about almost 3 years ago 5,787 reads 11 comments

  10. Phil Hughes Falters as New York Yankees Bats Explode

    The New York Yankees hit three grand slams in one game yesterday, a feat never before achieved by any MLB team in the history of the sport...

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  11. 2014 MLB Predictions: New York Yankees Preseason Lineup Review and Analysis

    When reviewing the New York Yankees lineup today, it cannot be ignored that the Yankees are approaching a time in the not too distant future where their needs might outstrip their resources...

    Joseph Browne Written by Joseph Browne about almost 3 years ago 3,761 reads 4 comments

  12. New York Yankees: 5 Keys to Overtaking the Red Sox in 2011

    The New York Yankees , in first place in the American League East as of August 21st, are by all outward appearances in very good shape as the 2011 season heads into the stretch run...

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  13. Eduardo Nunez: New York Yankees Prospect Seems Blocked at Every Turn

    New York Yankee utility infielder Eduardo Nunez , a natural shortstop, represents the future. He is a five-tool player at a position that every team in baseball would like to have one but that only a handful actually do...

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  14. Why the New York Yankees Should Trade for L.A. Dodgers Matt Kemp

    The New York Yankees are always a hot topic. Love them or hate them, there is typically something interesting going on in Yankeedom, something that is worthy of discussion regardless of where your loyalties may lie...

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  15. Yankees Manager Joe Girardi: Sometimes He Just Doesn't Add

    It’s easy to point to Tuesday night’s Yankees - Angels game, look at the line in the top of the sixth inning, and presume that it was simply yet another example of A...

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  16. New York Yankees' A.J. Burnett Contributing to Downfall of Civilization

    When thinking about the amazing salaries being made by professional athletes today, it’s very easy to wonder about the concepts of scale and proportion and excess...

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  17. New York Rangers: 20 Best All-Time Offensive Performances

    OK, so the title of the article says New York Rangers : 20 Best Offensive Seasons of All-Time . For the purposes of this discussion, though. "all-time" will cover from the 1979-'80 season through last season, 2010-2011 to be exact...

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  18. MLB Trade Deadline: Lacks Headline Names

    Every year, as the MLB trade deadline approaches, baseball fans in every city hold their collective breath, anxious to see if their team will make a commitment to the immediate future or a commitment to a future that sometimes seems out of reach...

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  19. New York Yankees: Hunter Pence and the 5 Bats That the Franchise Should Pursue

    As far back as the end of the 2010 MLB season, not five minutes has passed without the baseball world talking about how badly the Yankees need to bolster their rotation...

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  20. Batting Average... Does It Really Matter?

    Historically, the batting average of a MLB player has been a significant statistic by which to judge relative offensive performance...

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  21. From Rags to Brad Richards

    Perhaps above all else, New York Rangers General Manager and occasional Coach Glen Sather has proven that first impressions aren’t always the most important...

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