New York Yankees

  • Mariano Rivera and the Face of Victory

    Mariano Rivera and the Face of Victory

    November 16, 2013 at 9:11 am 3 comments

    Jordi Scrubbings is back with his latest take on baseball and the Raysiverse… In case you missed the hoopla, hoorahs, and heaping helpings of hubble-bubble, Yankees reliever Mariano Rivera retired at the end of the 2013 baseball season. After 19 years in the game playing for only one team and […]

     
  • Yankees Radio Announcer Thought A-Rod’s Fly Ball Was A Home Run

    Yankees Radio Announcer Thought A-Rod’s Fly Ball Was A Home Run

    September 18, 2013 at 11:27 am 2 comments

    John Sterling, the radio voice of the Yankees, has come through with another gem for us to sit back and laugh at. If you never listen to the Yankees radio broadcasts, you are missing something special. Whether it is his ridiculous home run calls in which he calls every home […]

     
  • Yankees Starting Season On The DL Will Make More In 2013 Than Entire Rays Roster

    Yankees Starting Season On The DL Will Make More In 2013 Than Entire Rays Roster

    March 7, 2013 at 9:15 am 8 comments

    The Yankees are having a rough Spring Training as Mark Teixeira is the latest big bat to find his way to the sideline with an injury. Teixeira suffered a strained right wrist and will be out of action for 8-10 weeks. Once the season starts, he will be joined on […]

     
  • Joy, Jubilation, and the Sheer Exuberance of Victory

    Joy, Jubilation, and the Sheer Exuberance of Victory

    September 29, 2011 at 7:36 am 6 comments

    The latest from Jordi Scrubbings

     
  • The Continued Struggle for the Soul of the Florida Sports Fan

    The Continued Struggle for the Soul of the Florida Sports Fan

    September 23, 2011 at 8:15 am 12 comments

    Jordi Scrubbings is back

     
  • Idea Of Contracting Rays Is Silly, But Can’t Be Ignored

    Idea Of Contracting Rays Is Silly, But Can’t Be Ignored

    April 5, 2011 at 12:47 pm 22 comments

    Yesterday we heard the latest cry from some within baseball’s inner circle looking for the Tampa Bay Rays to be contracted. This immediately led to some (once again) explaining why contraction is a silly idea and why it will never happen in Major League Baseball. But that doesn’t mean that […]

     
  • Are The Yankees “Underdogs” This Season?

    Are The Yankees “Underdogs” This Season?

    February 21, 2011 at 11:04 am 3 comments

    The Red Sox spent a lot of money this off-season making their roster better and it is to believe that they are the favorites to win the AL East. But does that make the Yankees “underdogs”? Mark Teixeira thinks so… “We’re the underdogs this year,” Teixeira said. “I love it. […]

     
  • ESPN Wants You To Think Yankees Already Won The Division

    ESPN Wants You To Think Yankees Already Won The Division

    September 22, 2010 at 9:40 am 14 comments

    The Rays still have two games head-to-head with the Yankees and hold the tie-breaker should the two teams finish tied at the standings. But that didn’t stop ESPN.com from declaring the race over with a piece titled, “And that’s the AL East race, folks“… Nothing more to see here. Move […]

     
  • Don Zimmer On Passing Of George Steinbrenner

    July 13, 2010 at 1:44 pm 1 comment

    From Don Zimmer: “I would prefer to remember him just as he was the first time I met him. I was managing the Red Sox and sitting in the dugout several hours before a game at Yankee Stadium. He was on the mound in a white shirt pitching batting practice […]

     
  • Stuart Sternberg On Passing Of George Steinbrenner

    July 13, 2010 at 1:34 pm 2 comments

    From Stuart Sternberg: “George Steinbrenner’s impact on both the game of baseball and in the Tampa Bay community will have an everlasting effect on us all. We send our deepest sympathies to the Steinbrenner family and the Yankees organization.”