On Thursday, July 10, 2008Filed Under: Arizona Diamondbacks
Awful Announcing brought our attention to a peak and our breakfast back into our mouths when they relayed a story from ABC News concerning what lies ahead for Diamondbacks catcher Chris Snyder and his recently fractured testicle. Here are some of the chilling details.
“I don’t think [Synder will] have a difficult [...]
On Wednesday, July 9, 2008Filed Under: New York Yankees
If you think double-dipping is disgusting then what about finger-dipping? You know, when someone sticks their finger in something, sucks it clean and then walks away. Like Puck and the peanut butter back when The Real World was actually worth watching. Well, according to the New York Post, if you happen to [...]
On Wednesday, June 4, 2008Filed Under: New York Yankees
Some southerners out there don’t really understand the magnitude of the rivalry between the Yankees and the Red Sox. More importantly, they don’t really understand the magnitude of the rivalry between the Yankees’ fans and the Red Sox’s fans. For anyone who doesn’t get it, we would like to present exhibit A.
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On Friday, April 25, 2008Filed Under: New York Yankees
We don’t know if you’ve noticed, but Erin Andrews is pretty damn hot. So, it figures that she’s probably used to hearing a bunch of crap from guys both on and off the clock. Normally, she’s pretty professional, but in this interview with Joba Chamberlain, she let her emotions show, giving the Yankees [...]
On Tuesday, April 1, 2008Filed Under: MLB General
It’s good to be A-Rod
The 2008 Major League Baseball payrolls were released today and the Yankees somehow managed to spend more than ever with a total payroll of $209M. That is a $14M increase over last year’s payroll, which incidentally bought them a first round exit out of the playoffs by the Indians, who [...]
On Tuesday, March 11, 2008Filed Under: New York Yankees
The Yankees did it again. New York is unlike any other pro sports franchise in that they have a seemingly endless supply of money to throw at whoever they want whenever they want. With the season rapidly approaching, it’s time for the club to start doing some its famous Yankee tinkering, but we [...]
On Wednesday, January 23, 2008Filed Under: Cleveland Cavaliers
1. Tongue in cheek
LeBron James loves the Yankees. In fact, he loves them so much that his latest shoe, James’ Air Zoom V, are dedicated to the pinstripes.
Dominated by the team’s traditional blue-and-white color scheme, the Air Zoom LeBron V shoe features New York’s famed pinstripes as well as James’ [...]
On Wednesday, November 7, 2007Filed Under: New York Yankees
We know that the MLB season is over and the Red Sox are atop the baseball world again, but that doesn’t mean that Yankees fans aren’t still bitter.
Wow, as outsiders to the whole New York/Boston thing; we gotta admit, after seeing that father disown his ‘Sox son’ for Sonjaya’s Caucasian brother, we finally see how [...]
On Friday, October 19, 2007Filed Under: MLB General
Not so Fast: The Indians, one game shy of reaching the World Series, lost to Boston in what was a must-win game for the Red Sox. Boston won only because of the efforts of their best players, both on offense and pitching. Josh Beckett remained utterly fantastic this postseason. He had 11 strikeouts and allowed [...]
On Friday, October 12, 2007Filed Under: New York Yankees
The Yankees were eliminated from the postseason the other day, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t still the talk of the town in New York. Joe Torre, Alex Rodriguez, crying journalists; the madness just won’t stop. It even permeated into the grand Ed Sullivan Theater on Broadway.
Wow, who would have thought [...]