Angels ended their three-game skid and stopped New York’s winning streak at four.
Rather than receiving the ceremonial first pitch at the Bombers’ home opener, Posada was the one toeing the rubber.
The Yankees have heated up after three straight losses to start the season. It hasn’t been the same for the meat of the Bombers’ lineup.
Neil Keefe is joined by Vinny Milano, who’s known as Bald Vinny of the Bleacher Creatures to Yankees fans, to talk about a new season at Yankee Stadium.
One of the most recent St. Louis hurlers to make a name for himself is Jaime Garcia, who will be counted on to carry a big load in his third Major League season.
Throughout this offseason, baseball has seen some dramatic moves and major free agents signing large contracts with new teams, such as Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder. And that begs the question: Is Pujols really worth all the money he got from the Angels?
Yankees captain Derek Jeter says offseason moves have made the American League stronger and new Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine will make Boston even more exciting.
The National League has lost a lot of thump. And this is good news for the Mets who – quite frankly – have as many potential power bats in their lineup as any team in the league with the exception of the Cardinals and the Reds.
After her husband signed a 10-year, $254 million contract with the Anaheim Angels, Deidre Pujols went on a Christian radio station (KLJY) and talked about Albert’s departure from St. Louis.
Despite the big-name signings of Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson, the Los Angeles Angels haven’t distanced themselves from the 2012 Yankees.
With the offseason in full swing, it only made sense to have another epic email discussion between Neil Keefe and Sweeny Murti.
Pujols won’t be joining Jose Reyes in Miami. And better yet for Mets fans, Pujols is headed out of the National League.
The Marlins contacted Jose Reyes the moment he became a free agent. The Mets never made a formal offer. And that, says Reyes, is one of the reasons he’s taking his talents to South Beach.
Albert Pujols will get a huge contract, there’s no doubt. But where will the three-time NL MVP sign?
Mets fans, say goodbye to the little low-budget Marlins.