Chasing Records | July 31, 2010
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Chasing Records | July 30, 2010
Last night’s Yankees game was ten times better than imagined, considering the pitching match-up. You never know what you’re going to get out of Dustin Moseley, and Mitch Talbot had been one of Cleveland’s best pitchers all season. But things turned in the Yankees favor quickly when Talbot exited with an injury. The Yankees’ [...]
Chasing Records | July 29, 2010
A-Rod: Still Chasing600
We are still waiting for home run no. 600 from Alex Rodriguez. He is still homerless since hitting no. 599 last Thursday night at Yankee Stadium. Meanwhile, the Yankees have won 2 of the 1st 3 games against the Cleveland Indians this week. The 4th and final game of the series being tonight at Progressive Field.
Chasing Records | July 28, 2010
Jack Tatum – Rest In Peace
Jack Tatum passed away yesterday at the age of 61. He suffered a heart attack and died at a hospital in Oakland, California. The college football Hall of Famer played for Ohio State and was known as the “Assassin’ during his NFL career with the Oakland Raiders. He is known [...]
Chasing Records | July 27, 2010
The Show Must Go On
Honestly, I was really looking forward to writing Tuesday’s blog entry after a major milestone in baseball, but Alex Rodriguez remains stuck on 599 career home runs. Instead, I have the chance to write about a clean and crisp 3-2 Yankees victory in Cleveland. While A-Rod didn’t put one over a [...]