Tag: New York Yankees

It’s The Unknown That Makes Baseball So Good

Watching the Boston Red Sox play the New York Yankees last night I heard something that clicked with me about the unknown. Tim Kurkjian one of ESPN’s announcers started discussing one of the great things about baseball was not knowing who would win the World Series this year.  It’s...
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Part 2 – Poetry Alive and Well In The Sport of Baseball

Last week I wrote about Oakland A’s outfielder Stephen Piscotty and his special moment after hitting a home run and looking skyward to his mom Gretchen. This week there’s another Oakland A with a story that could be a Disney movie.  A perfect story written by the baseball gods,...
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Global Warming- Is it for Real? Major League Baseball Players say NO

We’ve all heard the term global warming that’s been tossed around for years. I’m no scientist but scientists say our planet is getting warmer based on the temperatures that are being recorded.  Baseball fans and players can certainly argue global warming with the way the 2018 baseball season has...
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What is Your Favorite Baseball Player Name?

I watched Minnesota Twins outfielder Byron Buxton interview with MLB Central this morning.  Buxton has a baseball players name.  I am a big fan of first and last names that start with the same letter.  To me it’s just cool.  It also makes their name easier to remember.  If...
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You Can’t Talk to Manny Machado

While Manny Machado may actually look good in Yankee pinstripes doesn’t mean you can tell him that.  Aaron Judge received a call from New York Yankees General Manager, Brian Cashman Wednesday evening with a good reminder for the young Yankees outfielder. Judge was reminded that he isn’t allowed to...
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