Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Greatest Yankee

Derek Jeter is one of the reasons I am as big of a baseball fan as I am. The shortstop played his first full year when I was six, the first year I started paying attention to baseball. He won … Continue reading

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How to Fix The Wild Card

A couple of weeks ago, I argued that the Yankees-Red Sox series meant nothing. Not nothing as in, “Justin, you’re just saying that because you’re a bitter Yankee fan” sort of nothing, but the sort of nothing where, well, nothing … Continue reading

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It’s Just a Fantasy

Many of us are gearing up for the 2011 NFL season by checking statistics, match-ups and fantasy rankings for our selections in our Fantasy Football drafts. We check to see how AFC East players do against AFC West teams, try … Continue reading

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State of the Ballparks

While most fans here in New York are perplexed about A.J. Burnett’s burnout and questioning Mariano Rivera’s cutter, I’m trying to figure out blog posts for the next month. Yes, we are in the dog days of August, where baseball … Continue reading

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Did It Even Matter?

The Yankees dropped two games to the Red Sox up at Fenway Park this weekend, but did it even matter? In the terms of the rivalry, perhaps the best rivalry in all of American professional sports, yes. The Red Sox, … Continue reading

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Time to Fold ‘Em

Just when things seemed to be getting back to normal for Alex Rodriguez, who has just recently resumed baseball activities after undergoing knee surgery last month, the Yankee superstar has again found himself in a spot of trouble. There is … Continue reading

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