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Because SOMEONE needs to defend our sometimes psychotic Overlord....
And Mutt fans are Assholes who need to be stomped dead in their beds

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

God Damnit, Someone Cut Proctor's Nuts Off, NOW!

Dear Darth Boss George,
Fire Torre. Light Mattingly's ass on fire.
But fer chrissakes, DO SOMETHING.

Sunday, May 27, 2007

This is getting ridiculous...

Fair enough, the Skanks take 2 of 3 in da Zoo from the Sox (as they well should do at home) but to get SWEPT by the Halos while we're SWEEPING Tejas puts those two Times Square hookers at the back of the bus doling out 50 cent blowjobs.

12 and 1/2 back and it's only Memorial Day.

Heads. Will. Roll.

Friday, May 25, 2007

Yanks Philosophy

The past few months, we baseball fans have been force-fed the notion that the Yanks have finally changed their colors and abandoned the practice of signing big money stars in favor of developing younger cheaper on-the-up players. Yanks want Helton? Whazzupwitdat?!

Sunday, May 20, 2007

An Ugly Trend

Since 1932, the Yankees have only won two World Series (1956 and 1958) under a Republican President (and only six total of their twenty six titles). All eight of the championships over the last 48 years have come while a Democrat was in the Oval Office, despite Democrats holding the Office only 20 of those 48 years. In other words during those Democrat administrations, the Yankees are 8 for 20, during the Republican ones, 0 for 28. The Red Sox are the opposite; in a small sample size (very small), they have won all of their championships over the last 88 years while a Republican was in office.

TC, unless the Yankees win this year or the next, I'm afraid that for the good of the team we might need to vote Blue next time.

"Panic" Has Entered My Vocabulary

Yank killer instinct seems to be dead:
This one became just another loss when Joe Torre's Yankees couldn't get an out from a relief pitcher when they really needed one, the kind of out Aaron Heilman got against Derek Jeter in the top of the eighth when it was 8-6 and the Yankees had first and third with two outs and the people who had stayed at Shea felt as if they were doing what their team was doing, which meant hanging on for dear life.

Friday, May 18, 2007

RhoidBoy Comes Clean

Giambi admits he took steroids
"I was wrong for doing that stuff," Giambi admitted to USA Today before the Yankees played the White Sox yesterday. "What we should have done a long time ago was stand up - players, ownership, everybody - and said: 'We made a mistake.'"

We can only hope that this will, finally, make Sterling stop that ridiculous "Giambino" horseshit.

Babe only needed hot dogs, beer, and hookers to be the greatest player of all time.

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Tuesday, May 15, 2007


Just take a look at the standings... .700 baseball... most runs scored.... least runs allowed. Surely it will change eventually, but I'm gonna take a mental snapshot and enjoy this.

Monday, May 14, 2007

I don't believe the hype

The NY media may be willing to give us the pennant but I ain't buying it. Maybe unfrozen caveman is though:

"If the Red Sox keep playing the way they are nobody is going to catch them,'' Damon said after the Yankees were handcuffed, 2-1...

Friday, May 11, 2007

Something's gotta give

When did the AL East become the worst division in all of the bigs?

Only one team with a record above .500?

Oh, yeah, that's right...KKKlemens is back. Might as well issue the WS rings on the mound at Fenway prior to his start there.

Tell DBG to give Theo a call. I hear that he can get Matt Clement on the cheap.

Better yet, call Seattle. Post-season wonder-boy (and former Yankee great) Jeff Weaver should be available.

Thursday, May 10, 2007

Take a Look Over at Third

village voice > news > Runnin' Scared: Bring Me the Head of Joe Torre by Allen Barra:
It's being argued that the Yankees can't let Joe Torre go because they don't have a Billy Martin drill-instructor type waiting in the wings to jolt this team out of its complacency. It may be, though, that such a veteran team doesn't need a DI—just a manager who is more of a first sergeant and less of an uncle.

I know it's near heresy, but If Uncle Joe gotta go, wouldn't Larry Bowa be the obvious choice to replace him?

Monday, May 07, 2007

From the "What the Hell were you thinking" department...

To me this makes no sense whatsoever.

You've spent untold BILLIONS bringing back KKKlemens and now you're sending this guy down?

Sunday, May 06, 2007

What He Said

The Darth Boss George Brigade: Is It Starting To Turn Around?

Rocket Makes it Official

From Darth Boss George's skybox, during a game where pitchers are throwing at hitters... and the Stadium goes fucking nuts.


Someone go dig up Billy Martin.

Jesus, they have Clemens listed as a choice for "Player of the Game" and now he's yapping with Kay....

Friday, May 04, 2007

Why Nieves On Sunday?

I just read that Nieves is going to catch on Sunday. If Jor-Ji needs a day off why not give it to him on Saturday when Wang is pitching? On Sunday with Rasner pitching, we're more likely to need more offense and Nieves is even less likely than Minky to help provide it.

Am I the Only One...

who wants Flaherty to STFU?

Is It Starting To Turn Around?

Pettitte worked through trouble, Moose looked good, Mariano looked good, Farnsworth wasn't a disaster.

Hell, Minky even hit one out.

Things just feel like their starting to go well.

Now Kei and if CMW can get us back to .500 and from there something going the sky is the limit.

Think about this RSN, when the Rocket signs and Hughes comes back, the rotation will be Wang, Pettitte, Mussina, Hughes and Clemens. The Yankees might not lose a game in the second half.

Thursday, May 03, 2007

Stop The Presses!

This would be comical if the bum wasn't making $40 million for his four year vacation, which comes complete with dugout seats for every game.

Wednesday, May 02, 2007

We Have a Bastard

The LoHud Yankees BlogBreaking news: Marty Miller fired

Kill him. Right or wrong, take his ass out and hang it on a pike.

SOMEONE gotta pay for all those hammies.

The Fates are Driving Me Insane

PHIL FEELS NO-NO PAIN - New York Post Online Edition

May 2, 2007 -- ARLINGTON, Texas - There's cruelty, then there's what happened last night to the Yankees. Has any 10-1 victory in the team's history seemed so depressing?

There was Phil Hughes, the franchise's future - and from what was evident last night, the present - limping from the mound, the soreness in his left hamstring overshadowing the brilliance he had displayed for 61/3 innings.

The kid was on fire; now he's on the DL. I'm starting to feel like a member of RSN pre-2004: anything that CAN go wrong, WILL go wrong.

Tuesday, May 01, 2007


I know it was only one start and it was against the Texas Rangers, but WOW! Did you see those pitch chart diagrams? Perhaps not, I was stuck with the Rangers home feed tonight. Since I'm in Atlanta, I'm at the mercy of the MLB Extra Innings feed choice. Anyway, according to the graphics I saw, every pitch was on the edge of the zone, none in the middle. I'll say it again, WOW!

Of course, now he'll be joining the rest of the team on the DL.