// Derek Jeter

Hacked Yankees Facebook Page: Derek Jeter Will Miss Season After Sex Change

Yankees fans got a big scare Thursday when it was announced on the team’s official Facebook page that star shortstop Derek Jeter would miss the rest of the season. Then, closer reading reveals the following: “We regret to inform our fans that Derek Jeter will miss the rest of the season with sexual reassignment surgery. […]

Yankees Notebook: Back to the Bronx!

The Yankees took care of business in Baltimore, sweeping the Orioles after having been swept themselves at the hands of the Rays to begin the season. Now, one week into the season, the Yankees (3-3) head home and will open Yankee Stadium Friday afternoon for the first home game of the season to take on […]

2012 MLB Season Preview: New York Yankees

Alas, the day has come! Opening Day has officially arrived, and once again the Yankees are set to embark on yet another season that is, as per usual – full of lofty expectations. As the season gets underway, the Yankees once again have the makings of a team capable of achieving their annual goal to […]

Jorge Posada Retires A Yankee, And A Great One At That

After 17 years of wearing the Yankee pinstripes, Jorge Posada officially announced his retirement from Major League Baseball at a press conference held at Yankee Stadium Tuesday morning. The lifelong Yankee announced his retirement, fittingly, in the same manner he played the game, sporting his heart on his sleeve. With his wife Laura and children […]

Derek Jeter is One of the 10 Most Fascinating People of 2011?

Derek Jeter is one of the 10 Most Fascinating People of 2011, at least according to journalist and gargoyle, Barbara Walters. While I am a Yankee fan and a Derek Jeter fan, this might be the biggest outrage since his Gold Glove in 2010. Jeter is a Hall-Of-Famer, one of the best Yankee players ever, […]

An Optimistic Outlook on the Yankees in the 2011 ALDS

After facing elimination in Game 4, the New York Yankees beat the Detroit Tigers 10-1, forcing a game five back in the place where they place most comfortably. Their offense finally came alive and showed how dangerous it can be at any given time. The momentum shifted and favored the Yankees. What offense? What momentum? Before […]

ALDS Game 2: Yankees Late Comeback Falls Short in the Bronx

I was lucky enough to attend both Games 1 and 2 of the Yankees-Tigers ALDS, and I will say, there was just a different vibe in the stands when it came to Game 2 versus the way it felt in Game 1. The crowd in Game 1 was amazing, whereas in Game 2 they were […]

Breaking Down the Yankees ALDS Roster

The New York Yankees have officially submitted their roster for the ALDS against the Detroit Tigers. The series begins tonight as aces Justin Verlander and CC Sabathia square off in the Bronx. Here’s the roster: Pitchers: Luis Ayala, A.J. Burnett, Freddy Garcia, Phil Hughes, Boone Logan, Ivan Nova, Mariano Rivera, David Robertson, CC Sabathia, Rafael […]

Top 5 Yankees-Red Sox Moments: Pedro Martinez vs. Don Zimmer

With the final series of the 2011 season between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox looming and right around the corner, here’s a look at the first of five top moments that have aided in making the Yankees and Red Sox the most headed, the most talked about, and the most historic rivalry […]

Mariano Rivera Gets 602 Saves: The Essence of Greatness

In Mariano Rivera’s time with the New York Yankees, he has established himself as the greatest closer of all-time, and one of the all-time great Yankee players in history. His regular season stats and durability are more than impressive, but it is his postseason dominance that will always set him apart. Milestone Saves In the […]