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Check Out Monte’s Photos from the Home Run Derby in Miami


Monte’s fiancé Darcy, won tickets to the Home Run Derby in Miami. And being big baseball fans, they didn’t miss the opportunity to see some of the best baseball players in the game today, including His Honor, Aaron Judge! Check out the photo gallery of some of the shots Monte got. Darcy even caught a ball! Read the rest of this entry

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New York Yankees Recreate Famous ‘Sandlot’ Scene


If you haven’t seen “The Sandlot” then you haven’t lived. It’s one of the greatest coming of age, baseball movies ever made. So the 2015 New York Yankees took some time to have a bit of fun with the fan favorite film, and recreate one of the more famous scenes.  Read the rest of this entry

Derek Jeter Hangs Out With Fans, Says Goodbye to New York in Gatorade Ad


There are few players in sports that have such a cultural impact. Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky, Tiger Woods. These three men are the faces of their respected sports, even though they may have been retired or removed from the sport for some time. The same goes for Derek Jeter, who is getting ready to hang it up for good in just a few short weeks.  Read the rest of this entry

The World Tips Their Caps To Derek Jeter In New Jordan Ad


As a dedicated New York Yankee fan I have to say that next season is going to be a weird one. It will be the first season without Derek Jeter in 20 years.

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Francisco Cervelli Returns To New York Yankees


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Francisco Cervelli is officially off of the 60-day disabled list and back on the Yankees’ active roster.  Sidelined since April, a healthy Cervelli will be assuming his role as backup catcher.  To make room on the roster,  NY has sent down catcher, John Ryan Murphy, to Triple A.  Will the return help the Bombers climb the AL East standings?  These stats may sway your mind in answering YES. Read the rest of this entry

Michael Pineda is an Asshole, Not a Cheater


I believe the old saying goes, “Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me.” In the case of Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda, it’s shame on him, and the people telling him to put pine tar in obvious spots.  Read the rest of this entry

Derek Jeter’s Best Moments: The Flip Play


The big announcement came down yesterday that Derek Jeter would be retiring at the end of the 2014 MLB season. Being that Jeter has been playing for nearly 20 years and was a player that made me fall in love with baseball, I think it’s only fitting to review some of his best moments as we lead up to the season.  Read the rest of this entry

Robinson Cano, and Jay-Z Are Exactly What Is Wrong With Baseball


By now we all know that a long-term deal for any athlete is a huge mistake. Yes, sometimes it’s a matter of keeping a great player in the same uniform for their entire career (Jeter, Brady, Pedroia), but other times it’s all about the money.  Read the rest of this entry