Monthly Archives: April 2016

Banning Shifts in Baseball is Unnecessary

This past week Yankees manager Joe Girardi said that he would ban infield shifts if he were the commish. When I first heard his comments it didn’t make much sense to me. Girardi just said he wants to get rid … Continue reading

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Patrik Elias, Devils Cap 2015-2016 Season in the Most Perfect Way

Coming into the season, nobody expected the Devils to be any good. Most had them in the bottom five in the NHL. A few eternal optimists thought they could grab a wild card spot and make the playoffs for the … Continue reading

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Maybe Don’t Rest Your 3, 5 & 6 Hitters in the Same Game?

After the Yankees scored 24 runs the last two days in a pair of victories over the Astros, they were feeling pretty powerful heading into their clash with the Tigers. That is until they saw the lineup that was posted. … Continue reading

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Yankees Lineup Shows Just How Dangerous It Can Be In Drubbing of Astros

After you lose a tough game on Opening Day, the best medicine is to show up at the ballpark the next day and absolutely dismantle the opposing team. That’s exactly what the Yankees did when they beat the Astros 16-6 … Continue reading

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New York Yankees 2016 Opening Day Roster Breakdown

Tomorrow the New York Yankees will begin their quest for a 28th World Championship by opening up the 2016 season in a Wild Card Game rematch against Dallas Keuchel and the Houston Astros. Keuchel dominated the Yankees in that game, … Continue reading

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