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Posted by: chiyanks on May 31, 2011 at 10:03:53 PM

We may not always be rooting for the same team; Nevertheless, this is something I believe we can all agree on.

Our thoughts are with Gary Carter.

Today, Baseball Hall of Famer and Mets Great, Gary Carter was reported to have Stage 4 Brain Cancer. Unfortunately, a scary diagnosis not much different than that, which took the life of Mets Great, Tug McGraw. 

According to published reports, Carter's tumors are inoperable. A great disappointment, especially when bestowed upon a man who is the physical embodiment of optimism.  As Ron Darling said during tonight's Mets Broadcast, "[Carter] never wanted to make the last out."

The 57-year-old Carter is expected to learn about his options (however few) at Duke University's Cancer Institute treatment center tomorrow. 

This is truly

Posted by: chiyanks on May 7, 2011 at 03:10:01 PM

With the Yankees battling injuries and the Mets battling…themselves? This week I turn my attention to the AL Central.  It’s May 7th and the Cleveland Indians are in first.




That’s right.  This is a team once voted the most disliked team in all of Major League Baseball (even over the Yankees)!  A team picked to place dead this year is actually in first place.


Sure, we’re only entering the second week of May but according to the “experts”, shouldn’t the Cleveland Indians be a hundred games out of first by now?


Maybe it’s just me, but have you noticed how this year’s Cleveland Indians are looking more and more like the

Posted by: chiyanks on Aug 13, 2010 at 10:37:04 AM

The 2010 trade deadline, two weeks later... 

Unlike that other New York team, the Yankees made moves in an attempt to keep up with the Joneses. And by Joneses, I don't mean Chipper. (Wow! Too soon?)  I am talking about the adorably unpredictable Tampa Bay Rays.  When we look back, will these trades be historically significant? Err, probably not.  Upon first glance, does it look like the Yankees learned nothing from their mistakes of the mid-aughts? Yup. 

Ted Lilly was available to fortify a rotation, weakened by Pettitte's stint on the DL. Yeah.  The Cubs gave him a way for a bucket of chicken and a box of burned-out light bulbs.

Oh, adorable Theodore Roosevelt Lilly.... (No joking folks, that's his real middle name.)

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