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 | October 4, 2011
This is not what anyone expected. The New York Yankees are down 2-1 in their best of five series with the Detroit Tigers, and things don’t look good at the moment.
That’s because CC Sabathia pitched his worst game as a Yankee in October. He went 5.1 innings, walked 6 and gave up 4 runs. The [...]
Chasing Records | September 26, 2011
The final days of the 2011 regular season are upon us and Postseason Baseball is just days away. It’s an exciting time for all fans as we continue to look at the standings and see which teams will earn a Wild Card berth — keeping our fingers crossed that the Tampa Bay Rays can [...]
Chasing Records | September 19, 2011
The New York Yankees are sure glad to finally be going home. Their 10-game, 4 city road trip ends at 4-6… not exactly what you wanted if you’re the Yankees.
Although, the bright spot of this dreadful trip is that they somehow managed to pick up 2 games in the standings on the Boston Red Sox, [...]
Chasing Records | September 12, 2011
The New York Yankees were able to escape Anaheim with a victory on Sunday and in the process added to their lead in the A.L. East to 3.5 over imploding Boston.
The win on Sunday marked the end of the Bombers four game losing streak. It also marked the debut of Jesus Montero behind the plate, [...]