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A Boone for the Yankees

There’s a great article on ESPN by Tim Kurkjian all about his former colleague Aaron Boone becoming the New York Yankees’ manager (still to be confirmed, but that’s all that is left to do). Kurkjian always strikes me as someone who would see the good in anyone, and clearly he has a lot of affection […]

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One win away from the World Series for Yankees and Dodgers

This year’s MLB post-season has once again brought the term ‘bullpenning’ into frequent use as teams get what they can from their starting pitcher before turning the game over to the relievers. However, the next two play-off games will have a clear focus on two starting pitchers. Thursday night’s game is Game Five of the […]

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MLB returns for 2017

Whilst Andy Williams may sing that Christmas is ‘the most wonderful time of the year,’ the start of the MLB regular season is every bit as exciting for those of us that follow the sport

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