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New York Yankees – Derek Jeter Says Goodbye Properly

Posted on 26 Sep, 2014, by in MLB

Not making the playoffs wasn’t the way Derek Jeter wanted to end his 20-year Major League Baseball career, but he gave himself and the New York Yankees a proper send off from the home stadium by hitting a walk-off single to beat the Baltimore Orioles 6-5, and finally give the fans something to cheer about in a mostly depressing season. More

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Royals Over Yankees – Saying Goodbye to the Playoffs

Posted on 8 Sep, 2014, by in MLB

It’s going to take something beyond reason to happen for the New York Yankees to make the playoffs as they were once again shutout in a 2-0 loss to the Kansas City Royals, succumbing to a strong performance from Yordano Ventura and the bullpen, pretty much ruining what should have been a very special day for Derek Jeter. More

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Indians Over Yankees – Making History While Losing

Posted on 10 Aug, 2014, by in MLB

A lot of this season is about Derek Jeter, not the New York Yankees. While the retiring legend moved himself up to 6th on the all-time hit list with career number 3431, blowing past Honus Wagner, his team lost 3-0 to the Cleveland Indians, pushing them further back in the race for a playoff spot through the division title or a wild card spot. More

Yankees beat Angels

Yankees Over Angels – A Special Memory

Posted on 8 May, 2014, by in MLB

Almost every game and series is going to be the last of something for Derek Jeter. This time? His last game against the Los Angeles Angels, resulting in a 9-2 win for the New York Yankees to claim the series, while Jeter himself ended a very long drought when it comes to hitting home runs. More

Yankees beat Red Sox

Yankees Over Red Sox – A Victorious Homecoming

Posted on 23 Apr, 2014, by in MLB

The spotlight was on Jacoby Ellsbury, playing in Fenway Park against the Boston Red Sox as a member of the New York Yankees for the first time. The crowd was silenced quickly, the boos and jeers didn’t really matter. Ellsbury had a good day on the field, and the Yankees came away with the 9-3 win. More

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Yankees Over Orioles – Not an Ordinary Home Opener

Posted on 8 Apr, 2014, by in MLB

There’s always something special about a home opener, but the New York Yankees playing the Baltimore Orioles was even more unique due to the Derek Jeter factor and everything that came with it, with a 4-2 win that didn’t really stand out as much as the significance of the occasion. More

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Yankees Over Astros – Avoiding the Sweep

Posted on 4 Apr, 2014, by in MLB

After two losses to start off the season, the New York Yankees needed something good to take away from their series with the Houston Astros, coming away with the 4-2 win thanks to finally seeing Derek Jeter provide something positive with his bad and rookie Yangervis Solarte providing the finishing and winning touch. More

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10 Oldest Baseball Players Heading into the 2014 MLB Season

Posted on 26 Mar, 2014, by in Featured, MLB

Of the 10 oldest players in Major League Baseball heading into the 2014 season, three players: Hiroki Kuroda, Ichiro Suzuki and Derek Jeter are playing for the New York Yankees. The Los Angeles Angels follow with two elder statesmen: Raúl Ibañez and John McDonald. The Dodgers, Detroit Tigers, Toronto Blue Jays, Mets and Colorado Rockies each have one distinguished member on this list. More

Best Selling MLB Jerseys in 2012

Posted on 4 Oct, 2012, by in Featured

Major league baseball released the list of players that were the most popular this season since the all-star break, translating into jersey sales. The New York Yankees (Derek Jeter, Robinson Cano, Ichiro Suzuki) are the only team with three players in the top 10, as retirements (Chipper Jones) and rookie sensations made an impact (Bryce Harper, Mike Trout) made an impact on the sales charts. More

On Bobby Valentine and an Early Ignition to Yankees – Red Sox Rivalry

Posted on 1 Mar, 2012, by in MLB

Bobby Valentine taking shots at Alex Rodriguez and Derek Jeter sparked some life into a quiet period, maybe even quieter than usual, of Baseball spring training. Nothing wrong with spreading a little hate between the two biggest rivals, and MLB’s most important rivalry. More