Chasing Records | September 20, 2011
Today is a day to celebrate the greatest relief pitcher in the history of baseball, and his all-time saves record. Mariano Rivera achieved what was rightfully his on Monday, passing Trevor Hoffman with his 602nd career save. He looks like he could pitch another twenty years, and no one around here will complain [...]
Chasing Records | September 2, 2011
The end of this dramatic series at Fenway Park will allow me to rest easy when thinking about the playoffs. Anything can happen, the division is still up for grabs, but there is one concern that won’t keep me up at night anymore: the Yankees’ inability to beat the Boston Red Sox. Despite [...]
Chasing Records | September 1, 2011
The New York Yankees have split their first two games of the series with the Boston Red Sox, but at this point I don’t really feel the heat of one of the best rivalries in all of sports.
They just played a series in Fenway a few weeks ago and already they’re back at it again? [...]
Chasing Records | August 29, 2011
The New York Yankees‘ trip to Camden Yards this weekend is surely a trip they will remember for some time and Hurricane Irene is a major reason for that!
Not only did the Yankees lose Friday night’s opener to the Baltimore Orioles, but AJ Burnett once again had a disastrous outing — 9 earned runs [...]
Chasing Records | August 16, 2011
Amazing things happened in baseball on Monday night. Jim Thome hit his 600th home run, becoming just the eighth man in history to accomplish that milestone. But the biggest news in baseball happened in Kansas City. For the first time in his three year career, AJ Burnett won a game in the [...]