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Predicting the 2013 Baseball Season
The 2013 baseball season, which opens on April Fools’ Day, promises to make a fool of all prognosticators. Nothing new in this. How could one imagine the Fall Classic when spring has barely sprung? To make things even a little … Continue reading
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Any Second Thoughts on Dealing Jesus Montero?
Perhaps the trade of budding-superstar catcher Jesus Montero leaves lingering doubts in Yankeeland during the height of the Hotstove League Season. Once upon a time, the idea of such a trade, dealing an everyday prospect for a pitcher that starts … Continue reading
Jorge Posada Redeemed
Who knew back in May it would be Jorge Posada to deliver the hit to propel the New York Yankees to the Eastern Division title? Pinch hitting for phenom Jesus Montero, who ultimately may take the veteran’s position as the … Continue reading