Category Archives: Editorial

Joe Girardi Manages One Heck of a Baseball Game in Win vs. Indians

Continuing their season of unpredictable, up-and-down play… the New York Yankees won a crazy ballgame in Cleveland against the red hot Indians. The Yankees were able to overcome a lot of adversity and prevailed 7-6 in 11 innings as they … Continue reading

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The Curious Case of New York Rangers’ Trades

The New York Rangers made another trade today as they sent the rights to Keith Yandle to the Florida Panthers in exchange for a sixth round pick in 2016 and a conditional fourth round pick in 2017. The Rangers will … Continue reading

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Pet Peeves When It Comes to Sports Fans

If you’re a human being, you have pet peeves. It’s just a natural way of life. Whether it’s someone who chews with their mouth open or someone who cannot use proper grammar, there’s always things that just annoy you to … Continue reading

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Rob Refsnyder Needs to be a Main Fixture in the Lineup

I’ll make this as simple as I possibly can: Rob Refsnyder needs to play every day. There’s just something about this kid that sparks the offense and we all know the Yankees desperately need that. This season has been abysmal … Continue reading

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Joe Girardi is Overworking His Bullpen for No Reason

At this rate, the Yankee bullpen is going to be burned out by Independence Day. Ever since Aroldis Chapman returned from his suspension, Joe Girardi has gone to his Big 3 of Chapman, Andrew Miller and Dellin Betances over and … Continue reading

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NBC Drops Ball with Coverage of Tim Howard’s Final Everton Match

Over the last few years, NBC’s coverage of the Barclays Premier League has grown exponentially. As interest in English football here in the United States grew, EPL coverage followed suit. Now not only do you get the regular games on … Continue reading

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The Yankees Will Turn This Season Around

It’s May 5th and the New York Yankees are 9-16, six games back of the first place Boston Red Sox and sitting in the cellar of the AL East. Safe to say things are not good in the Bronx, but … Continue reading

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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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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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Rule Changes I’d Like To See In Major League Baseball

One of the best things about sports is that they constantly change and adapt when things need to be fixed or amended. Sometimes it takes longer than it should, but eventually rules that obviously need to be altered end up … Continue reading

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