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Halfway There?: Is Didi Jeter's Heir?

Projecting narratives onto baseball is a difficult project. Winning comes down to calculating how minute differences in player ability can make an athletic and/or economic difference in a given moment. 1,177 more words


The Greatest Team I Will Ever See: The 1998 Yankees

The Yankees will be honoring the 20th Anniversary of the 1998 team that won 125 games on their way to a World Series title this weekend. 361 more words


Seams Legit: Max Scherzer did something I've never *HEARD* an MLB pitcher do

Make sure you turn up the volume. Not too loud. It won’t take much.

Max Scherzer, Grunt. 😱😂 pic.twitter.com/HPh4yjwrTW

— Rob Friedman (@PitchingNinja) August 13, 2018…

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New Yankees Bullpen Makes Fans Almost Forget The Greatest Reliever Donned Pinstripes

When Mariano Rivera said farewell after the 2013 season, baseball fans every where wondered how in the world the Yankees would replace the greatest closer of all time. 419 more words

Craig Kimbrel Remains On Hall Of Fame Path With Seventh All-Star Selection

By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — Over the years here in Boston, we’ve seen quite a few exceptional athletes pass in front of our eyes. 1,453 more words


Comparing the 2018 Yankees to the Historical Yankees Team of 1998

The bombers hot first half of the season (we’re 7 games from the halfway point) has everyone drawing comparisons to the current team constantly being compared to the 1998 team who had a historic season 20 years ago winning 114 games and a World Series that took the minimum amount of games to win. 1,924 more words

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