Found September 16, 2013 on The Other Paper:
Yankee shortstop Brendan Ryan plays the right side of the field on a shift and makes a sparkling play on a hard grounder to start a double play Sunday night at Fenway Park. Ryan's gem was one of the only bright spots for his team the whole weekend after the Red Sox went on to a 9-2 victory and a four-game sweep of the Yanks. Your browser does not support iframes.

The New York Yankees take another big blow

The 2013 New York Yankees are, if nothing else, resilient. But after being swept by the Red Sox this past weekend, you have to wonder how many more punches this team can take. The loss of Brett Gardner may have finally put the Yankees to bed. They have four series remaining this season out of 52, and after Round 48 they’re back on their stool in their corner, trying once more to...

New York Yankees: October bound?

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Red Sox Fan Penned Farewell Poem to Mariano Rivera, Team Hung It in Yankees Dugout Before Sunday’s Game (Photo)

The Red Sox saw Mariano Rivera for the last time in a regular season game at Fenway Park on Sunday, and there was no shortage of moving tributes to the closer. Although many of the Fenway Faithful will be glad their team no longer has to contend with Rivera, most can’t deny the class, composure and and success he has had over the past 19 seasons. Dick Flavin, Fenway Park’s unofficial...

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Playoff Push: Yankees 3 games back of both Wild Card spots

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Preview: Yankees @ Blue Jays (9/17/13)

After getting swept by the Red Sox over the weekend, the Yankees playoffs hopes are fading faster than the old rickety bodies that make up the roster. Andy Pettitte (10-9, 4.04 ERA) gets the ball first against the knuckle baller R.A. Dickey (12-12, 4.36 ERA.) Pettitte has been the Yanks most reliable starter as of late. In his past six starts, the oldest starter in baseball is 3...

Mariano Rivera Catches Tag On Fenway Wall

I bet he purposely pissed on the floor too 

Our Chances

The Yankees will come out swinging tonight.After three missed punches and a pulled ligament.Still standing but the room is pretty empty.Is there even a reason to keep punching?Better to enjoy a drink.

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The Baseball Video Game Evolution Right Before Your Eyes

Remember playing baseball video games on your Commodore 64 or Atari for hours at a time. Then we entered the world of Nintendo and Sega evolving to where baseball video games are today. The games today are so realistic you can almost smell the fresh cut grass on the field while playing or the popcorn in the stands. Here is a look at just how far baseball video games have come over...
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