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MLB Rumors: Miami Marlins Need to Find a Fill-in for Giancarlo Stanton

Posted on 15 Aug, 2016, by in MLB

The Miami Marlins are aiming for their first winning season in 7 years, and perhaps their first playoff appearance in 13, but without Giancarlo Stanton, announced to be injured and out for the season, it’s going to be very difficult. Bringing in Alex Rodriguez is suddenly a more likely option, but not one that can make up for what they lose with Stanton. More

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MLB Rumors – Detroit Tigers & Los Angeles Angels Interested in Signing Ichiro Suzuki

Posted on 10 Nov, 2014, by in MLB

After two and a half season with the New York Yankees, it looks like Ichiro Suzuki is being shown the way out. One of the best hitters in Baseball over the last 15 years is reaching a stage where he’ll only work out in a limited role, something that might help him find a job with the Detroit Tigers and Los Angeles Angels, showing some interest. More

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Yankees Over White Sox – A Roll That Might Lead to the Playoffs

Posted on 25 Aug, 2014, by in MLB

Things change quickly and the New York Yankees are benefiting from that, sweeping their three-game series against the Chicago White Sox with a 7-4 win, capped off by a three-run walk-off home run by Brian McCann, as the team that looked to be spiraling into disappointment has finally found some offensive consistency to ride on. More

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Yankees Over Blue Jays – We’ve Seen Better Debuts

Posted on 5 Apr, 2014, by in MLB

The day didn’t start out too well for both the New York Yankees and their starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka, but he settled in gradually, helping out on an excellent offensive display mostly from Ichiro Suzuki and Jacoby Ellsbury, beating the Toronto Blue Jays 7-3. 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

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If the British Were Announcing Baseball Games

Posted on 15 Jun, 2013, by in MLB

Anthony Richardson took a jab at the subject by running some commentary on a recent Boston Red Sox – New York Yankees game, and came out with some interesting observations. 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

Ichiro Suzuki With His First Big Game (Red Sox vs Yankees)

Posted on 20 Aug, 2012, by in MLB

Not that he hasn’t had big games in the past, but for Ichiro Suzuki to hit his first multiple home run game, as a New York Yankee, against the Boston Red Sox, is completely different than anything else he’s done in the past with the Seattle Mariners. Like it or not, it simply means more on a national level. More

Ichiro Suzuki – Hard to Believe He’s in Yankees Uniform

Posted on 24 Jul, 2012, by in MLB

How did Ichiro Suzuki do on his first night wearing New York Yankees uniform? 1-4, 1 stolen base. Nothing sensational from a player going through a very sub-par season, showing that age catches up even with him. The surrounding and scenario were the special case this time – Ichiro Suzuki, playing for the New York Yankees, in Seattle, against the Mariners. More

Ichiro Suzuki Lights Up Tokyo on Opening Day For the Mariners

Posted on 28 Mar, 2012, by in MLB

Ichiro Suzuki felt right at home in Tokyo, and for one night, the Seattle Mariners, opening the 2012 MLB season with a 3-1 win over the Oakland Athletics, are the best team in Baseball. Just for one night, before they start their usual decline down the AL West standings, and hope for a better season than the last two. More