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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Better Late Than Never: MLB Playoff Wild Card Race Gets Interesting

September 22, 2011

In order to get some attention back from the exciting opening weeks of the football, baseball has decided to make things interesting with a couple of wildcard races.

These Balls are For You!

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It’s Baseball!

April 2, 2011

In honor of the return of baseball, here’s my preview on what to expect from the 29 major league baseball teams and the Mets.

This is the Face of America

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I’ve Got Questions, I’ve Got Answers

October 11, 2010

MLB divisional series and NFL Week 5. I sit down with me to discuss.

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Yankees Rollercoaster Season Drops Again

June 23, 2009

I was reading the paper on the train this morning and I saw “Yankees at Atlanta… Wang 0-5, 12.30.”

I was like, wow, why is that game on in the early afternoon?

The Aftermath of Chamberlain’s DUI

April 9, 2009

New York Yankee pitcher Joba Chamberlain kissed New York City’s ass in an attempt to eject his foot from his mouth after a police video of his October DUI arrest surfaced. The video showed the twenty-three year old expressing anger about New York drivers and making fun of the legendary Yogi Berra.

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Baseball’s Back, Back Again

April 6, 2009

Ladies and gentlemen, without further ado, direct from the-offseason itself, it’s time for baseball in New York!

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Thoughts on A-Roid

February 11, 2009

On Saturday, Sports Illustrated revealed that Yankees star Alex Rodriguez tested positive for steroids six years ago. In less time than it takes to finish reading the article, “A-Fraud” and “A-Roid” shirts were already for sale all over the internet. Cries of shock and horror echoed through the land from fans of the highest paid player in baseball, to those who live to despise him. The steroid stamp has been printed on A-Rod. Now let the public outrage unleash by letting this discussion push you through your end of football season blues.

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