Jorge Posada

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    September 29, 2014

    Jeterian Bling: Yankee Fans Have to Settle for Five Rings from the Age of Jeter

    #72556852 / In 1998, Derek Jeter had his first of eight 200-plus-hit seasons, batted .324, was chosen for his first All-Star Game, and received his second World Series ring. He was an integral part of one of the greatest teams in Major League history, one that set a record of 125 win ... More >>

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    November 30, 2012

    Bye, Bye, Russell Martin: The Yanks' Old-Age Movement

    It's official: the policy of the Yankees' front office is to start Opening Day with the oldest roster in the history of Major League Baseball. And this must be the policy because nothing else the Yankees have done - or not done - makes any sense. First off, for our Christmas present, the Steinbre ... More >>

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    April 9, 2012

    These Are Not Your 1998 New York Yankees

    I knew on Saturday when the Yankees lost to the Rays 8-6 that if they lost again on Sunday - as they did, 3-0, also to the Rays - that some wise guy would jump up and say, "but the 1998 Yanks started out 0-3 and they did okay." Yes, they did. But the 2012 Yankees aren't the 1998 Yankees. Let us c ... More >>

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    June 2, 2010

    Joba Chamberlain's Rotten Season: Time to Get Back to Basics

    ​"Other guys helped create that mess," said Joe Girardi of last Saturday's disaster in which the Yankee relief corps blew a 10-5 lead to the Cleveland Indians in a 13-11 loss. "But he just didn't make the pitches when he had to ... Joba is our eighth inning guy, and he needs to get it done for ... More >>

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    October 16, 2009

    Jockbeat: Why The Yankees Should Beat the Angels

    ​As rivalries go, the Yankees and Angels have been overrated by the media. Since 2002, the first time they met in the playoffs, the teams have played 54 times. The Angels have won 31 of those games, the Yankees 23; the Angels have outscored the Yankees by just 12 runs. Since the Angels have b ... More >>

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    March 6, 2009

    A-Rod Rejects Surgery, Will Play With Pain. Why?

    Photo (cc) raisethejollyroger. We told you earlier that A-Rod's brother said the Yankees' third baseman was going to have surgery on a cyst in his hip and miss many weeks of the upcoming season. Well, that's what we get for trusting Rodriguez's relatives. First of all, it's not the cyst, but the ... More >>

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    January 26, 2009

    Torre Book Slams "A-Fraud";

    Former Yankee skipper Joe Torre has a new book out, co-written by Tom Verducci, and the Times' Muchiko Kakutani is impressed with its insights into the fall of the team in the past seven years, which the book depicts as starting when "Steinbrenner began to indulge his taste for what Torre calls 'big ... More >>

  • News

    May 29, 2007

    Farm Aid for the Bronx?

    Minor league neglect and a baffling innumeracy have doomed the Yankees

  • NYC Life

    August 22, 2006

    Atlas Slugged

    Alex Rodriguez is one of the greatest Yankees ever. And the whole world is on his back?

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    January 7, 2003
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    September 24, 2002
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    June 15, 1999

    Rookie Mystiques

    Staten Island Gets Immersed In The Yankee Way

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    May 4, 1999

    Above Average Joe

    The Subtle Genius of Torre's Yankee Reign