1. Alex Rodriguez Due for MVP in '09?

    In 2007 Alex Rodriguez had one of the greatest seasons known to man. He hit .314 with 54 HR and 156 RBI. He went on to win his third AL MVP. Last year A-Rod didn't have that kind of year; he hit ...

    Frank  Negron Written by Frank Negron about over 5 years ago 105 reads 0 comments

  2. Mets Have Shot At Perez and Lowe For Price Of One

    According to Buster Olney of ESPN.com the Mets are in a good position to sign free agents Derek Lowe and Oliver Perez. That's because the Cardinals, Brewers, Dodgers and Braves are no longer in the mix for both starters...

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  3. One More Chance for Brett Favre and the New York Jets

    So it comes down to this: Brett Favre vs. Chad Pennington in the final week of the season for a shot at going to the playoffs. Everything is on the line today at Giants Stadium...

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  4. The NY Area NBA Teams Need Help ASAP!

    Does anyone notice these days that the Knicks and the Nets are two really bad teams? The Knicks made their franchise changing trades a few weeks and haven't been good since...

    Frank  Negron Written by Frank Negron about over 5 years ago 70 reads 2 comments

  5. Chasing History: Hansbrough Sets UNC All-Time Scoring Mark

    North Carolina's top-ranked Tyler Hansbrough scored 20 points to break North Carolina's career scoring record, and to help the top-ranked Tar Heels beat Evansville 91-73 on Thursday night...

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  6. Yankees Show Off Their Christmas Gifts

    The Yankees offically introduced CC Sabathia and AJ Burnett on Thursday at the old Yankee Stadium. It was really surreal to see those two men standing next to eachother wearing pinstripes...

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  7. Andy's Bluff May Cost Him Yankee Pinstripes

    The more time that goes by the more I start to think that Andy Pettitte won't be a Yankee next season. Mysteriously he was given a three-year $36 million offer from an unknown team, sure he did...

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  8. End Of The Road For Pettitte?

    If I were a betting man, I'd say Andy Pettitte is coming back to the Yankees. It makes sense for both sides and tonight could be the time we could get an answer on what happens with the lefty...

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  9. Sabathia Deal Makes Sense For Everyone

    It's a great time to be a Yankee fan. If you were like me yesterday and woke up to the news that CC Sabathia had agreed to contract with the Yankees then you had a hell of start to your day...

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  10. Giants Lose?! Wow, That Never Happens

    For the first Sunday this season the Giants looked flat, tired and got outplayed. The Giants were beat at the hands of the Philadelphia Eagles 20-14...

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  11. A-Rod Will Be Dominican For '09 World Baseball Classic

    By: Frank Negron Alex Rodriguez is making headlines again, this time it's actually about baseball. Rodriguez says he will play for the Dominican team in the 2009 World Baseball Classic...

    Frank  Negron Written by Frank Negron about over 5 years ago 203 reads 1 comments

  12. New York Yankees: Need More Than Luck to Reach October

    With the 2008 All-Star game behind us, the second half of the season is upon us. This is where the contenders show their worth and the pretenders fade away...

    Frank  Negron Written by Frank Negron about 6 years ago 270 reads 0 comments

  13. Second-Guessing Apart of the Game for the Yankees

    To read this article in full please visit www.HotStoveNewYork.com One thing that makes baseball so great is second-guessing. It happens almost on a nightly basis, and some situations prove to be more vital than others...

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  14. Derek Jeter Overrated? NO WAY!

    To read this article in full please visit www.HotStoveNewYork.com Sometimes there are times where there are things I feel I need to address. Today, I feel the need to take something to task...

    Frank  Negron Written by Frank Negron about 6 years ago 710 reads 8 comments

  15. New York Yankees: Who Should Be in Center?

    Orginally posted on www.HotStoveNewYork.com—Click to read full article One of the things that made the Yankees great during their last dynasty was their stability in centerfield...

    Frank  Negron Written by Frank Negron about 6 years ago 303 reads 3 comments

  16. Biggest Win of the Year for the New York Yankees

    This article was originally posted on www.HotStoveNewYork.com Michael Kay said it best when he said, "this is the biggest win of the season." No question about it, it surely was...

    Frank  Negron Written by Frank Negron about 6 years ago 315 reads 1 comments

  17. Yanks Win Third Straight

    This article was orginally posted on www.HotStoveNewYork.com The Yankees are showing life. Last night's 13-2 win was their third straight. Another step in the right direction. Andy Pettitte picked up the win, after going over a month without one...

    Frank  Negron Written by Frank Negron about 6 years ago 260 reads 0 comments

  18. New York-Baltimore: Joe Girardi Goes Crazy, Yankees Win in Nine

    This article was orignally posted on www.HotStoveNewYork.com Joe Girardi got his money's worth last night in the bottom of the 9th inning, and minutes later, the Yankees pulled out a 2-1 win...

    Frank  Negron Written by Frank Negron about 6 years ago 393 reads 2 comments

  19. Joba Chamberlain: The Process to the Rotation has Begun

    This article was orginally posted on www.HotStoveNewYork.com Last night, Joe Girardi announced to the world that the "process has started" with Joba Chamberlain. To many fans, and many critics, it was an announcement that has been long overdue...

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  20. New York Yankees Need Answers for 2008

    Things aren't right in the Bronx. That comes as no surprise. What does, though, is the lack of offense coming from the Yankees. The Yankees lost another game, and another series. This loss might be cause for some action...

    Frank  Negron Written by Frank Negron about over 6 years ago 394 reads 0 comments

  21. '08 Letdowns Head Into Subway Showdown

    This article was orginally posted at www.HotStoveNewYork.com In the wake of the Subway Series, I have a lot of questions going in. I would have to say that New York is still a baseball city...

    Frank  Negron Written by Frank Negron about over 6 years ago 188 reads 0 comments

  22. New York Yankees Win Series as Phil Hughes Looks Good

    The first series of the season is over and for the Yankees, it was a good one. The Yanks defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 3-2 on Thursday night at Yankee Stadium...

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  23. Pettitte Still Sidelined, Could Miss Start of Season

    Andy Pettitte might have a problem with his back, thus causing him to possibly miss his first start of the regular season. Pettitte has been sidelined since Thursday with what he says is stiffness in his back...

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  24. Yankees Bench Ready for Season

    Over at Peter Abraham's LoHud Yankees Blog, he takes a look at the Yankees bench. With the addition of Morgan Ensberg Friday night to the 40-man roster, the bench is pretty much set...

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  25. Yankees Add Morgan Ensberg

    The Yankees have added Morgan Ensberg to their 40-man roster. Ensberg is out of minor league options which means he will more than likely start the season in the Bronx...

    Frank  Negron Written by Frank Negron about over 6 years ago 608 reads 2 comments