Chasing Records | October 14, 2011
This was indeed a great season for the New York Yankees. I know it ended in disappointment and frustration, but if you really think about it… you have to ask yourself how did we get this far? It happened because a lot of things fell in place for the the Bronx Bombers in 2011.
Coming into [...]
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 16, 2011
Before my next post on Tuesday morning, it’s possible that Mariano Rivera could be the all time saves leader. He needs one to tie Trevor Hoffman at 601, and two to break the record. It’s also remotely possible that Rivera won’t break it this season. Maybe the Yankees lose a few, or [...]
Chasing Records | August 11, 2011
Mariano’s Rep Saves His Woes
The New York Yankees might have a big problem on their hands. What’s the problem you ask? Mariano Rivera.
Really? Him? — I don’t think so!
For the past three or four seasons, every time Rivera blows a save people scratch their head. When he blows two in a row, the world is [...]
Chasing Records | May 2, 2011
The winning ways continue in the Bronx as the New York Yankees were able to take 2 of 3 from their AL East rival Toronto Blue Jays at the Stadium this past weekend.
After losing a tough game on Friday night, the Yankees got some help from Chasing800’s own Bald Jesus and Scott Siegel. Jesus [...]