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The Opposite of Enchantment: Why I Hate The Yankees

Writing my first (lame) blog post was so exhausting and emotionally draining that it took me over a year to write something again. This time around I hope to follow up in at least 1/52 the amount of time. 594 more words

The Worst Teams Of All Time Part 44. The 1990 New York Yankees

This series of articles will celebrate (or laugh at) some of the worst professional sports teams of all time. I will focus on teams within my lifetime so expect the worst from the 1970s to present day. 1,606 more words


Seinfeld Sunday: "The Hot Tub"

I recently saw three fantastic Seinfeld episodes in the same week. Rather than letting them get lost in the shuffle, I am breaking my usual rule and writing about all three. 794 more words

Favorite Yankee Commercials

There are so many! Some of them feature Yankees who don’t usually do commercials, like this one with Mariano Rivera and Joe Girardi in a Taco Bell ad: 58 more words


Your Winning Style

I have felt one step ahead of things recently.  As a result, I have been thinking about what I am like when I am winning.   I want to identify my winning style because I want to be that way as often as possible. 632 more words

Sweeny: Jorge Posada Reflects On Retirement, Jeter And More

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Jorge Posada is back for his second year as a guest instructor at Yankees camp.  With the exception of a few extra gray hairs, Posada still looks fit and in game shape. 1,272 more words


Steinbrenner's Philosophy on Winning is Flawed

The Steinbrenner family has been running the New York Yankees since 1973 when George purchased the team from CBS.  From George, onto Hal, their “philosophy” on winning has remained the same: buy the best players money can get and you will win World Series championships.