1. One Down, 103 to Go: The Boston Steroid Story Left Untold

    Alex Rodriguez was the ‘victim’ of a vendetta against the New York Yankees, as well as yet another book intended to ridicule the star slugger...

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  2. A-Rod Comes Clean About Steroid Use

    News broke within the last few minutes that Alex Rodriguez has acknowledged using performance enhancing substances from 2001-2003...

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  3. Road to Redemption: Alex Rodriguez Must Confess to Survive

    We are still in the wake of the stunning announcement that even the “hardest worker in MLB” enjoyed an anabolic cocktail before workouts...

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  4. A-Fraud After All: A-Rod's Positive Steroid Test Revealed

    As each day goes by, Jose Canseco seems less and less insane. It appears that virtually every reference that he has made about a player's use of steroids is later uncovered as accurate...

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  5. Babe Ruth: Happy 114th Birthday

    Feb. 6, 2009, is a time when Barry Bonds is battling more court judges than starting pitchers, and signing more checks to his lawyer than autographs. Ironically, this date also represents the 114th birthday of George Herman "Babe" Ruth...

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  6. 2009 AL East Bullpen Analysis: Where Do The Yankees Stand Among the Contenders?

    Tampa Bay Rays Bullpen Grade: B Tampa Bay has unquestionable depth in the middle relief, with JP Howell and deadline acquisition Chad Bradford coming off of the best seasons of their careers...

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  7. AJ Burnett, CC Sabathia Could Start Slow: The Historical Bronx Trend

    The pressures and expectations of playing baseball in New York are as embedded in the fabric of Yankees jerseys as the pinstripes that line them...

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  8. Pillsbury "Joe" Boy: Torre Gives Cookie-Cutter Answers on WFAN

    Joe Torre was about a half-hour late to his much anticipated radio interview on WFAN with Mike Francesa. He ironically made us all wait anxiously for him in the same way we awaited the release of his controversial book The Yankee Years...

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  9. CC Sabathia Tailor Made For Pinstripes

    In the weeks leading up to the much anticipated arrival of spring training, CC Sabathia is already proving to be a perfect fit for Yankees pinstripes...

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  10. New York Yankees: Are You Trustworthy? Sign on the Dotted Line

    Just when you thought that professional sports contracts could not get any more complex, the Yankees are considering adding another wrinkle to future deals...

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  11. Baseball’s Bigger Problem NOT Rooted in New York

    The Yankees won another game of Monopoly this offseason, signing Mark Teixeira, CC Sabathia, AJ Burnett, and Andy Pettitte to upwards of $71.5 million for 2009...

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  12. Hollywood Joe...Torre Tells All For a Buck

    It appears Joe Torre may have had more in mind than simply coaching the storied LA Dodgers when he chose to leave his east coast roots. Hollywood has already begun to influence Joe’s normally reserved and respectful nature...

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  13. Andy Pettitte Back Where He Belongs

    During a negotiation that seemed to unnecessarily stretch out longer than Lord of the Rings III, there were many occasions where all hope was lost for reuniting Andy Pettitte and the New York Yankees...

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  14. Is it Spring Training Yet?

    The winter feels like an eternity without America’s Pastime. Football leaves fans with one day per week to be excited for, as opposed to the six or seven that baseball programs them to expect...

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