New York Yankees Embarrassed in Oakland Finale

September 6, 2018 0

By: Billy Lewis The New York Yankees wrapped up their series against the Oakland Athletics late last night/early this morning. The game started well for the Yankees, Brett Gardner lined out on a bullet to […]

New York Yankees Squandered Opportunity

August 31, 2018 0

By: Billy Lewis The New York Yankees came out of the weekend riding high. They swept the Orioles in a four-game weekend series and were able to get to within six games (five in the […]

Washington Nationals Recap

August 12, 2018 0

  We are approaching mid-August, leaving us with a month and a half of regular season baseball left. Currently, the Washington Nationals sit 5.5 games behind the Philadelphia Phillies for first place in the NL […]

Brewers Add Infield Depth At Trade Deadline

August 3, 2018 0

By Jeffrey Newholm A cliché about unprofitable enterprises says actions are “rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic”. Some teams, like the 2000’s Pirates and today’s Marlins, are so bad nothing management does helps. But what […]

New York Yankees Trade For Arms

August 1, 2018 0

By: Billy Lewis The New York Yankees were “quiet” on the MLB’s Trade Deadline Day. Brian Cashman and company decided to do business prior to Tuesday’s 4:00 nonwaiver trade deadline. Cashman decided to bolster his […]

Washington Nationals: First Half Recap

July 17, 2018 0

By: Jason Smith The first half of the Washington Nationals season has not quite gone as expected. A team that was picked as potential World Series participants finds themselves on the outside of the playoffs […]

New York Yankees First Half Recap

July 16, 2018 0

By: Billy Lewis The New York Yankees were sluggish out of the gate in 2018. They were 9-9 after their first 18 games but have since caught fire. They head into the All-Star break with […]

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