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Love these guys. Great dry humor. They articulate what every Yankee fan is thinking.


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October 22, 2017

It's really hard to quantify how I feel about this Yankees season now that it's over. On one hand they were supposed to be rebuilding. They were supposed to be transitioning from the old, boring Yankees to the new breed of Bombers and because of that you didn't expect much out of this season. You just wanted to see if Judge, Bird and Sanchez were ready for New York and if the Yankees could build around them. Then if the Yankees could compete for a playoff spot and be relevant in September that was a bonus. They did that and more by locking up the top Wild Card. So the season is a success. 

Then on the other hand they got to the ALCS. The February expectations are out the window. You're here now and you had a 3-2 lead in the series. You had two chances to bring home the Yankees 41st League Championship. You can't take these opportunities for granted because you never know if you're ever going to get this close again. The Yankees score 1 run in Games 6 and 7 and the season ends in bitter...

October 17, 2017

As CC Sabathia ices his arm after another brilliant performance in his 2017 campaign, Sonny Gray will get the ball for Game 4 of the ALCS.  To say this game is the biggest of Gray's career would be an understatement.  Not only will he look to even the series at 2 games a piece, he will be pitching his way into the hearts of Yankee fans across the nation. At least he hopes.

It may seem self explanatory, but here are the 3 key reasons why tonight is the biggest game of Gray's career and why I believe, as stated in our podcast, tonight will decide who wins the American League pennant. 


As much as we don't want to admit it, or even think about it, Dallas Keuchel and Justin Verlander are waiting in the distance to shut down this Yankees offense yet again.  Tonight is a pivotal game for the Yankees to win, not only to tie up the series, but to avoid facing Keuchel in Game 5 of an elimination game.  

A loss tonight for the Yankees would mean they would have to...

October 12, 2017

Last night, The New York Yankees defeated the Cleveland Indians 5-2 to win the best of five American League Division Series. I’ve had almost 14 hours to process it and I still can’t believe that it happened. The New York Yankees are four wins away from being Champions of the American League. It’s not going to be easy, it never is with the 2017 Yankees, but if you would have said that to me back in February I would have said you were crazy.

In July of 2016 the Yankees broke down and for the first time that I can ever remember, they told their fan base, “this isn’t our year.” Granted, the last five years have been rough in the context of Yankees history, but they never flat out told us not to expect a championship. They traded Andrew Miller, Ivan Nova, Aroldis Chapman and Carlos Beltran. I didn’t know how I felt about it. I’ve never seen the Yankees rebuild but as the prevalent baseball fan in me took over, I knew it was necessary. You could see it, the Yankees got old. They weren’t that...

October 10, 2017

The 2017 New York Yankees have had little trouble proving they belong in the postseason so far this October.  After ace Luis Severino faltered in the Wild Card game, only recording one out and allowing 3 runs, it was time for him to take the hill in Game 4, AKA "Sevy's Redemption." His outing, however, would follow 2 pivotal games that got the Yankees to this critical point.  

In Game 1 the Yankees faced a dominant, unhittable, Trevor Bauer.  The league leading home run hitting Bronx Bombers were shut down the entire night, losing a lopsided 4-0 battle. There wasn't much you were going to do that night, so it wasn't as "pivotal" as the following two games.  With arguably the best pitcher in the AL, Corey Kluber, set to go in Game 2, Yankee fans weren't feeling all that confident about their team's fate in the ALDS.  Fast forward to the 6th inning of Game 2.  The Yankees manage to knock Kluber out early, obtain an 8-3 lead, and turn the ball over to Chad Green with 1 out a...

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