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Bryce Harper and Sergio Romo: Secretly Simpatico?

For a while, it seemed like yesterday would belong to Bryce Harper’s views about baseball’s unwritten rules.

Then Goose Gossage opened his mouth. In what appears to be coincidental timing, the Hall of Fame reliever… 795 more words

Unwritten Rules

David Ortiz Wants A Standing Ovation At Yankee Stadium

The rivalry between the Yankees and Red Sox has been irrelevant the past few seasons. For many different reasons its just not there anymore. The players don’t have the same hate for each other and frankly the teams just haven’t been good enough to care. 307 more words

MLB

Can the Yankees win the World Series?

It seems like 2009 is a very distant memory at this point. Six disappointing seasons and all of the core four retiring will do that. But with the Yankee franchise there is always some reason to believe they have what it takes to win the title no matter how down and out they seem at times. 615 more words

MLB

AL Wild Card preview: youth versus experience

It’s an old cliche, but tonight’s American League Wild Card game is is a classic youth versus experience matchup between two teams who weren’t supposed to make it this far. 949 more words

MLB Playoffs

New MLB Merchandise for 2015 Playoffs

By J.P Dell Vêe Järr

While I’m really excited that the baseball playoffs are almost here, I’m beginning to feel a little fed up with the excessive promos we’re getting on every sports website and app from the MLB Shop. 523 more words

Baseball

Yogi Berra, RIP

Baseball lost a great one when Yogi Berra, an unbelievably winning player with an even more unbelievably winning personality, passed away on Tuesday. In his memory, here’s a suitable passage from… 332 more words

New York Yankees

Latest Subway Series features teams with different agendas

The Mets and Yankees enter this weekend’s series on two crucial, but different, missions.

The Mets are in one of the best strategic positions in baseball, with an eight-game lead in their division and their magic number down to nine. 453 more words

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