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Posted by: Michael on Mar 31, 2011 at 11:07:01 PM

Quick, nobody tell Mark Teixeira the calendar’s turning to April tomorrow.  The Bronx Bombers were back in action at Yankee Stadium and are assured of an unblemished March in this 2011 baseball season.  We also found out that apparently Curtis Granderson’s strained oblique when translated from basketball to baseball equals “Jordan Flu.”

CC Sabathia was also on and had seven strike outs over six and yielded only three runs.  There was also the debut of “JobSorMo” working the final three frames flawlessly out of the pen.

Cowboy Curtis Granderson was on his horse, bookending the game with a diving snag in the first and an overhead grab in the ninth.  Sandwiched between those highlight worthy plays, Granderson took ex-Yanks hurler Phil

Posted by: Michael on Apr 4, 2010 at 11:20:43 AM

After a 2009 season which saw two teams from each league return to the post season (LAA, BOS, LAD, PHI) and two new teams make it in each circut (NYY, MIN, STL, COL), the 2010 season figures to give us some favorite standards and some new surprises as well.  Here's a look at my picks and predictions for what's coming down the pike in 2010.

American League East:

1.) New York Yankees- This version of the defending champs seems much more complete with a lot more depth.  A full year out of A-Rod and over 200 innings from Javy Vazquez where they got little to nothing out of Chien-Ming Wang last year should get this club rolling from the start.  The question of "clutch" will ultimately come into play in October, as the new guys try to make up for the post-season prowess of Hideki