Now That The Yankees Have Had Time to Set Up a Killer Party for Him, Jorge Posada Officially Announces Retirement

January 27, 2012

Months after most baseball fans assumed he would retire, and weeks after it was informally announced that he would retire, Jorge Posada actually said the words, “I’m going to retire.”

Say Goodbye to Jorge and His Chins

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Yankees Avenge 2004 With Calculated, Dramatic Loss

September 29, 2011

Minutes after Boston lost in Camden Yards, the Yankees gave up a home run to Tampa Bay’s Evan Longoria.”That was easy,” Scott Proctor said.

Wamp wamp

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Billy Crystal to Pitch Final Game of Season for Yankees

September 27, 2011

Crystal at Practice Tuesday

Looking to literally “play” the last series of the season, the Yankees have named the longtime fan and lovable comedian Billy Crystal the starting pitcher for Wednesday’s final game of the regular season.

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A-Rod Hits 600th Home Run, Temporarily Seperates Himself from Demons

August 5, 2010

Once the media and fans accepted that A-Rod was going to take his pretty sweet time hitting another milestone home run, Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez joined a small and elite group of players by hitting his 600th career home run.

An A-Bomb from A-Rod

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Fan Urinates in Wound That is Cleveland

July 29, 2010

Too soon to wear a Lebron James Heat jersey to a Cleveland Indians home game where the Evil Empire New York Yankees are beating the tribe without providing the fans with A-Rod’s milestone piece of history? Yeah, yeah it is.

Fan in Lebron Heat Jersey

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Burnett Tries to Help Yankee Fans By Getting Himself Hurt

July 19, 2010

The Yankees Pitcher, Like Yankee Fans, Is Not Happy with His Poor Performance

Struggling New York Yankees starting pitcher A.J. Burnett slammed his hands against the Yankee clubhouse doors on Saturday in an another failed attempt to help his team.

A.J. Burnett

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Bob Sheppard & George Steinbrenner to be Buried in Hertiage Field

July 13, 2010

Okay, it’s not true (yet), but I think it’s a good idea that two Yankee legends, Bob Sheppard (the voice of the Yankees) and George Steinbrenner (the boss of the Yankees) be buried in the field that was Old Yankee Stadium.

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Summer Blockbuster – Yankees Go 3-D

May 6, 2010

The YES Network (Yankees Entertainment and Sports) will team up with DirectTV to air the first 3-D baseball game this summer. Welcome to the future, Hoverboards coming soon!

New York Yankees Blackberry 3-D Logo

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Random Report Challenges Yankee Haters to Step Up

April 29, 2010

In a recent report, the Yankees were declared the 5th most hated team in major league baseball. Clearly, there is no real science designed to determine true hatred levels.

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Baseball is Back!

April 6, 2010

Easter: Jesus’ Rebirthday where he came back to life as a bunny to hide chocolate eggs from the children. Is there any better way to celebrate then to play ball?

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