Everything seems synthetic, scripted and rehearsed, as though he practiced his responses in front of a mirror for hours — something cynics would say he does daily no matter his media requirements.
Those who want desperately to hang onto the commoner vote will say it’s all the Mets fans’ fault. They didn’t come out for David Wright like they should have. They’d be correct, too.
When a listener named Gary called-in and said that Alex Rodriguez was no Lou Gehrig, it got Craig to thinking.
CC Sabathia went 8 strong innings on Sunday as the Yankees defeated the Tigers, 6-2.
Alex Rodriguez hit his 630th home run and Hiroki Kuroda pitched excellently in his Yankee Stadium debut as the New York Yankees beat the Los Angeles Angels, 5-0, Friday in their 110th home opener.
But are the “Champions” necessarily the best team? I still have nightmares about Pittsburgh’s Bill Mazeroski hitting that home run off Ralph Terry in Game Seven of the 1960 World Series. The Yankees were better, but the Pirates were the champs!
With the World Series this month, I thought it might be well to compare three icons… to give Duke his due, so to speak
If you are sixty years old (or older), you probably remember when the Major Leagues consisted of only sixteen teams.
If you need another reason to get excited about Derek Jeter’s 3,000th hit, remember the next Yankee to chase a record will be Alex Rodriguez. A-Rod is the anti-Jeter, a petulant player with tremendous skills who seems to play the game only for himself.
As a minor league pitcher, Dennis Minogue hardly had Hall of Fame talent. Once he changed his tune — and name — and forever linked Willie, Mickey and the Duke, he earned his spot in Cooperstown.
Brooklyn Dodgers legend Duke Snider died Sunday. He was 84. “Duke was a fine man, a terrific hitter and a great friend, even though he was a Dodger,” Giants Hall of Famer Willie Mays said.
Willie Mays was back where he started his big league career, bringing along the San Francisco Giants’ World Series trophy celebrating the team’s first title since 1954.
The San Francisco Giants return to their New York roots to celebrate their World Series victory.
It feels like you can string his passes together and reach the sun. But the sunset hasn’t been so colorful for Brett Favre.
For this episode of By The Numbers I would like to pose the question as to what team is the second-greatest club ever, and how would that determination be made?