Miami, FL - A few days ago marked the 25th anniversary of Derek Jeter’s first hit in his major league career. It was on May 30, 1995 against the Seattle Mariners. 1995. I was an 8-year-old kid at the time. Back in the day, I recorded my favorite songs over
St. Petersburg, FL - I wasn't satisfied with the results of the Citrus Series vs. the Fish, so I stuck around for Rays vs. New York Yankees, to see if they could bounce back against the Bombers. It was worth the extended stay, as the Rays took the series, and now
St. Petersburg, FL - We're going streaking! Well, kind of. More like, "we're going sweeping"? The Rays completed the weekend sweep of the Bronx Bombers with a 12th inning walk-off dong, courtesy of Rays rookie first baseman Jake "Rake" Bauers. The dude was majestic with the swing and Carter-like in his
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The Yankee fan perspective
By Chris Perez
Isn't it fitting that within a week of the new Star Wars release the Evil Empire strikes back?! Man, oh man! As a New York Yankees fan, the news of Giancarlo Stanton becoming part of the dark side is right up there with the signing of
The days baseball used to be known as America's Pastime are long gone. America chose a new lover as the old one was surpassed by football; it seemed more like football flew by as baseball stood still. It's been some time since the boys of summer celebrated success past the
When I was 11 years old, I played organized baseball for the first time in my life. It was the spring of 1999 and I played at Flagami Park in Miami, Florida. I know now the park is located on 72nd Ave. and 24th St., but I didn't then. Then,
Honestly, how else can I begin this than by throwing my hands up and simply ask: what the fuck are we watching?! Aaron Judge is quite plainly not human. We're going to go over some numbers here shortly, but let's just be spectators about this for a second. Will you
Growing up, my two favorite baseball players were Derek Jeter and Ken Griffey, Jr. Griffey was the smooth-swinging lefty, the flashy outfielder, and the guy my favorite game was named after (Ken Griffey, Jr.'s Slugfest for the Nintendo 64). I loved Griffey, he was the shit. But Jeter, Jeter was
How Do They Do It So Sexy?!
By: Enrique Sierra, Jr.
On a scale of 1-10, Robinson Cano is an easy 14 when it comes to "the sexy". If your eyeballs have ever had the absolute pleasure of watching Cano do anything on a baseball field, then I don't really need to