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The Yankees will always somehow manage to put a good product out on the field. However, if I look at the way things ended last year and the changes they made to the team. They’re third in the AL East right now in my eyes.
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BEST OF MAXIM
Obligatory. Lindsey Vonn had surgery this past Sunday to repair her torn right ACL and MCL following a horrific crash that came in a Super-G race in Austria the week before. Doctors are confident that Vonn, an Olympic gold medal winner at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, should make a full recovery with aggressive rehabilitation, and that she should be able to return to competitive...
He is still the ace, the cornerstone, the man the Yankees must have in
the rotation if they are going to remain competitive in the vastly improved AL
East. The Associated Press reports that C.C. Sabathia, 32, threw off a mound on
Saturday for the first time since arthroscopic surgery last October 25.
With spring training instructor Billy Connors, pitching coach Larry
New York Yankee fans need to relax, big time!
Kevin Youkilis (Photo credit: Keith Allison)
Kevin Youkilis might play for the Yankees, but he will forever be a Boston Red Sox in my mind.
So earlier this week when Youkilis told ESPN New York, “I’ll always be a Red Sox,” personally, I found it refreshingly honest.
The problem is a majority of Yankees Universe did not.
SCARS TO PROVE IT
Will Lindsey Vonn return in time for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi? They begin in less than a year. And if you want to see how damaged her knees are take a look at the Lindsey Vonn Instagram pics of her legs after the jump. (As long as you’re not squeamish) “My knee looks…um…not very good…. #longskirtsthissummer #ugh” she instagrammed. You can see it on her Facebook...
Matthew McGough: "I grew up a huge fan of the New York Yankees..."
$12 million for one season doesn't buy what it used to. Kevin Youkilis, who will make more in 2013 than David Wright will, made his New York Yankees debut Thursday. And he promptly announced his loyalties to his old Boston Red Sox team, saying "I’ll always be a Red Sock." Oh, great.I couldn't stand Youk -- I call him Yuck -- as a Red Sock, and the fact that he...
I can't remember a spring training when I was this cynical about the Yankees' prospects for the season. World Series or bust? Really? More like $189M or bust.That's what happens when you have a disastrous offseason like this one. I mean, really -- what Brian Cashman moves, exactly, excited you this winter? Signing the injury-ridden ex-Boston Red Sox Kevin Youkilis for...
Kevin Youkilis' new teammates were waiting to razz him when the
third baseman walked into the New York Yankees clubhouse.
It’s no surprise on the day former Red Sox third/first baseman Kevin Youkilis reported
to Yankees spring training the first words out of his mouth to the media were
about the Red Sox. What may surprise you to know is that those words were spoken
with high regard for his former organization.
Youkilis spent 9 years with the Red Sox organization (2004-2012) and was a vital member...
This guy is a Yankee. And it’s weird. (Photo courtesy of Flickr)
Things in Tampa continue to heat up. Youk arrived yesterday and already stirred up the fan base by saying he will “always be a Red Sock.” I think if we resist the knee-jerk reaction to overreact, we can understand where he’s coming from, but it was still an interesting choice of words on his first day in pinstripes...
Lindsey Vonn has certainly been in the news a lot lately, and it’s been for widely disparate reasons.
Earlier this month Vonn suffered a gruesome crash at the World Championships in Austria, and the video pretty much immediately went viral. As a result of the mishap, Vonn tore both her ACL and MCL, shutting down her skiing career for the immediate future, and putting an appearance...
Forget the Official World Golf Ranking, Brandt Snedeker is really the number-one golfer on tour right now. Not Rory McIlroy, not Tiger Woods, not Phil Mickelson, not anybody else. The 32 year-old from Nashville, Tennessee has taken the PGA Tour by storm in 2013. Snedeker has played five tournaments so far in 2013. His finishes are: third at the Tournament of Champions, tied for 23rd...