1. New York Yankees: Top Catching Prospect Gary Sanchez Developing Well

    The New York Yankees have some excellent catching prospects in development in the minor leagues, one of them being Gary Sanchez. Sanchez is in his third season playing in Single-A, now with the Charleston RiverDogs...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 3,200 reads 17 comments

  2. Cleveland Indians: Jack Hannahan Shines as Clutch Hitter

    The Cleveland Indians claimed a 4-3 victory against the Kansas City Royals yesterday, thanks in large part to third baseman Jack Hannahan's clutch hitting...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 577 reads 4 comments

  3. Toronto Blue Jays: Eric Thames Bounces Ball off Glove Giving Away a Home Run

    Toronto Blue Jays left-fielder Eric Thames' heart sank in his chest as he chased down a fly ball and bounced the ball off of his glove and into the stands for a home run...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 1,189 reads 5 comments

  4. New York Yankees Suffer Tough Loss with Solid Pitching from Hiroki Kuroda

    The New York Yankees were dealt a tough loss yesterday being shut out by the Texas Rangers 2-0. Hiroki Kuroda may have recorded a loss, but he pitched well and had a solid outing on the mound...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 258 reads 1 comments

  5. Jose Bautista Leads Toronto Blue Jays to Sweep of Kansas City Royals

    Toronto Blue Jays right-fielder Jose Bautista led the Jays to sweep the Kansas City Royals with a powerful bat that has awakened...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 450 reads 3 comments

  6. Russell Martin: At What Point Will Yankees Stop Overlooking His Dead Bat?

    New York Yankees catcher Russell Martin has been considered to be one of the best catchers in Major League Baseball with his excellent defensive skills, but he has had a difficult time producing in the batter's box...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 1,266 reads 9 comments

  7. Red Sox Avoid Being Swept by Yankees, Saved by the Rain

    The New York Yankees were on their way to a sweep of the Boston Red Sox this weekend. Boston received a lucky break with a rainstorm that blew through northern New England, postponing the game...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 468 reads 5 comments

  8. Cleveland Indians: Ubaldo Jimenez Gets by with a Little Help from His Friends

    Cleveland Indians pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez managed to record his second win yesterday against the Oakland A's with the help of his teammates...

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  9. New York Yankees Fan Spends Celebration Day Covertly Around Fenway Park

    If you have spent any time reading what I have written in the past, then you know that I am a lifelong New York Yankees fan who bleeds Yankee blood. Growing up in the Bronx as I did led me to some interesting experiences...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 587 reads 1 comments

  10. Toronto Blue Jays: Henderson Alvarez Continues Struggles Against Tampa Bay Rays

    Toronto Blue Jays right-handed pitcher Henderson Alvarez has proved to be a strong, solid and consistent pitcher. But he can't seem to handle the Tampa Bay Rays . Alvarez has struggled against the Rays in two consecutive starts against the team...

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  11. Cleveland Indians: Will Johnny Damon Reach 3,000 Hits with the Tribe?

    Major League Baseball veteran Johnny Damon signed on with the Cleveland Indians recently, and is currently training at the Indians' facility in Goodyear, AZ...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 277 reads 4 comments

  12. New York Yankees: Predicting Brian Cashman's Trade Deadline Plans in 2012

    Predicting the plans that Yankees general manager Brian Cashman may have for the MLB trade deadline can be very difficult. No one ever truly knows what he will do next, and he surprised us all numerous times during the offseason and spring training...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 6,707 reads 28 comments

  13. Toronto Blue Jays' 4-Man Starting Pitching Rotation Working so Far

    The Toronto Blue Jays have been successful so far this season with a four-man starting pitching rotation. The Blue Jays haven't needed a fifth starter yet because of the schedule that they have had...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 3,511 reads 4 comments

  14. New York Yankees: Don't Give Up on Phil Hughes Yet

    New York Yankees right-handed starting pitcher Phil Hughes certainly got roughed up the other day in a 7-1 loss to the Los Angeles Angels . As expected, the fans have now begun to rough him up, as well...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 1,049 reads 8 comments

  15. Toronto Blue Jays: Will Kyle Drabek Prevent a Baltimore Orioles Sweep?

    The Toronto Blue Jays are in danger of being swept by the Baltimore Orioles after suffering two consecutive losses...

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  16. Cleveland Indians and Kansas City Royals Clear Benches Twice in 10-Inning Duel

    The Cleveland Indians and the Kansas City Royals cleared the benches twice in brawls during Saturday's game that the Indians won in 10 innings...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 3,206 reads 27 comments

  17. New York Yankees Shut out Los Angeles Angels with an Exciting Home Opener

    After a difficult start to the season, being swept by the Tampa Bay Rays , the New York Yankees are heating up after sweeping the Baltimore Orioles and an exciting win at their home opener against the Los Angeles Angels ...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 503 reads 3 comments

  18. New York Yankees: Will Hiroki Kuroda Break Under High-Pressure NY Stage?

    The New York Yankees are scheduled to play their home opener today at 1:05 p.m. Is newly-acquired starting pitcher Hiroki Kuroda prepared for the high-stress, microscopic pressure ...

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  19. Toronto Blue Jays' Ace Ricky Romero Dominates as Jays Take Series from Boston

    Toronto Blue Jays ' ace starting pitcher Ricky Romero dominated on the mound yesterday as the Jays won 3-1 and took the series against the Boston Red Sox 2-1...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 1,290 reads 4 comments

  20. New York Yankees: Can Alex Rodriguez Be a Legitimate All-Star in 2012?

    New York Yankees ' third baseman Alex Rodriguez may be aging and has dealt with some injuries that caused a decline in his performance last season, but he appears to be on his way to an All-Star 2012 season...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 807 reads 4 comments

  21. Cleveland Indians Struggle Through First Week of the 2012 MLB Season

    The Cleveland Indians appeared to be strong through spring training, but the Tribe has limped through the first week of the 2012 season thus far...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 475 reads 4 comments

  22. Toronto Blue Jays: Kyle Drabek Proves He Deserves 5th Spot in Rotation

    Toronto Blue Jays right-handed pitcher Kyle Drabek fought long and hard throughout spring training to earn the fifth spot in the starting rotation...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 1,297 reads 10 comments

  23. Cleveland Indians: Tribe's Offense Struggles, Fails to Support Strong Pitching

    The Cleveland Indians are off to a difficult start to the 2012 season with a 1-3 record so far. The Tribe has struggled offensively, and they have not been able to support some strong pitching performances from their starters...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 488 reads 4 comments

  24. Toronto Blue Jays: Sergio Santos Blows Another Save Opportunity to Red Sox

    Toronto Blue Jays closer Sergio Santos blew his second save this season to the Boston Red Sox on Monday night. In the ninth inning, Santos entered the game with a one-run lead against Boston...

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  25. New York Yankees: Derek Jeter Steps Up and Leads Yankees to First Win of 2012

    The New York Yankees were able to stop the bleeding after going 0-3 by beating the Baltimore Orioles Monday night, 6-2. Derek Jeter led the Yankees to their first win of the 2012 season by going 4-for-4 with four hits...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 604 reads 0 comments