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Comparing the 1998 Yankees to the 2018 Yankees

The 1998 MLB season was one of the best seasons that I, as a baseball fan can remember. There was the historic nightly home run derby with Sammy Sosa and Mark McGuire, who were both chasing the single season home run record. 603 more words


2018 MLB AL East Preview

1 Beantown: Beast of the east

Even though there are two really big dudes up in New York, the Boston Red Sox lineup is stacked with really good young talent and older players who can carry a team for a stretch. 1,007 more words

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Aaron Judge Says He Is #Done With The Home Run Derby

Honestly, when I saw that Aaron Judge was proclaiming himself as a one-and-done with the home run derby, my initial, instinctual take was to hate on him. 502 more words


Some Yankees' Notes

According to the odds, only one of the six baseball division titles is up for grabs.

Almost certainly there is/will be more mystery than that. 142 more words

The Homegrown American League East

Today, I came across a great post on Baseball America written by Kyle Glaser. I wanted to see what I could project the team’s records to be using the rosters he provided. 425 more words


The year of Rafael Devers

Written by Adam Burt

Baseball season is close…kind of, but not really. It’s pretty far away and with Dave Dombrowski still not having made a single impact offseason signing for the Red Sox I’m just going to talk about how much I love Rafael Devers. 304 more words


Yankees' win over Jays keeps AL East title hopes alive

NEW YORK — The New York Yankees’ 4-0 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday performed the function of keeping their faint American League East title hopes alive, at least for another day. 881 more words