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Championship Series NL Game 3: STL vs. SF, AL Game 3: BAL vs. KC -- A walk-off error & a Moose

After the rainy day in the Midwest (and a good portion of South and Southeast), both the NLCS and the ALCS are now on parallel schedules, playing their respective Game 3’s today. 697 more words


Should Joe Girardi Get Canned?

The firing of New York Yankees’ hitting coach Kevin Long may have been surprising at first, but it’s understandable. Long may have been a fan favorite, but after a season in which the team ranked in the bottom third of the league in wOBA and runs scored despite boasting free agent acquisitions like Jacboy Ellsbury and Brian McCann in the lineup, it very well may have been time for a change. 472 more words


The Culprit of Yankees' Failures? Injuries, Injuries and More Injuries

Stop with the talk that Yankees manager Joe Girardi’s management of the Derek Jeter retirement tour equaled the demise of the 2014 season. 490 more words

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David Robertson: Nick Saban Is A Better Leader Than Joe Girardi

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Things you don’t say for $200, Alex.

Appearing on ESPN’s SportsCenter, Yankees closer David Robertson was asked who the better leader is: his manager, Joe Girardi, or Alabama football coach Nick Saban. 255 more words


Palladino: If A-Rod Is Great He'll Be Cheered Like Jeter, And That's Sad

By Ernie Palladino
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The upside-down world of sports told us this week that it’s going to be easier to forget Derek Jeter than Alex Rodriguez. 854 more words


Girardi discusses Rodriguez

The 2015 season is going to be a big year for the New York Yankees who have many questions that need to be addressed. The rotation is failing in both health and lack of quality starters, the offense is old and injury prone but it still does a decent job, and lastly they need a new shortstop. 317 more words

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Time For Yankees To Find New 'Core' — And Some Pop In The Lineup

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The Yankees begin life without Derek Jeter this week, facing a future full of holes in an offense already among the American League’s worst. 982 more words