So, here we are again, on the cusp of another baseball Opening Day. Seems like only yesterday we watched
Andy Pettitte is one step closer to the start of a renewed career as a Yankee.
People keep telling me that they trust Sandy Alderson. Problem is, I don’t trust his boss.
The pressure is always there for any young player. He has to prove himself, no matter what. But when the injury bug continues to attack, making it to the majors gets tougher.
Derek Jeter comes home to New Jersey to get closer to a return to the Bronx.
When Dan Uggla and Hanley Ramirez played together, they may not have gotten along but they were good. Playing apart for the first time, they’re struggling.
From head – his cranium bursting with myriad bunt, steal, and hit-and run strategies – to foot, with a pack of cigarettes and a lighter tucked into his left baseball sock, Wally Backman is a 69-inch, barrel-chested, tightly wrapped bundle of wired energy.