Ron Darling

A.J. Burnett gives up a back-breaking home run to Bengie Molina (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images) as Joe Girardi looks on (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images).

Keidel: One Pitch And A Twitch

One pitch. A pitch that zigged when it should have zagged, as it should have, as it had to, morphing into a microcosm of A.J. Burnett’s career and framing the unbending illogic of his bosses.


Bengie Molina #11 of the Texas Rangers hits a three-run home run in the top of the sixth inning against A.J. Burnett #34 of the New York Yankees  in Game Four of the ALCS during the 2010 MLB Playoffs at Yankee Stadium on October 19, 2010 in the Bronx borough of New York City.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

Kallas Remarks: Failing Baseball 101

It’s beyond stupid. Joe Girardi, maybe thinking it was a Little League game or a Tuesday night game in Kansas City in May, defied Baseball 101 and decided to put the go-ahead run on base.


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B&C Show Blog & Audio: Burnett Will Get The Ball

The Yankees have announced their probable rotation for the ALCS, and to Boomer and Craig’s surprise the much maligned A.J. Burnett is scheduled to pitch Game 4 in Texas.


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Hot Topic: October 6

The official Yankees pregame party kicked off on Tuesday morning’s Boomer & Carton extravaganza.


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Schwei By The Numbers: Mets’ Sweet 15

Mike Pelfrey won his 15th game of the season this past Thursday against the Pirates. Pelfrey is the 10th right-handed pitcher in Mets history to record 15 or more wins in a year.