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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

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

And Now This Site is CLOSED

Andy Pettitte said: “I didn’t even think about how it would look. And then I saw how big it was, and I was like, ‘that’s probably the way it should be.’ ”


...as it could only be. It's no longer "the house that Ruth built." It's now "The House That George Built." Except for lying bastards, no one who doesn't bleed Pinstripe blue gives a rat's ass about the size of Boss George's monument.

Plus, it's mounted on the wall: that makes it a plaque, not a monument. The next standalone--and last--standalone monument belongs to Yogi.

As far as Darth Boss: "Well played, you crazy diamond. May I meet such passion in my life.

click this

Yankees, Past and Present, Pay Tribute to Steinbrenner - NYTimes.com

Sunday, August 01, 2010

OK, I'm Home...

and I'm trying to wrap me head around "Kerry Wood." He's Nick Johnson, squared.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

God Rest His Soul

Lord Vader has died of a massive heart attack. Godspeed to the greatest owner in baseball history.

Friday, May 07, 2010

A Tale of Two 2Bs

Duking it out to start this year's AL All Star Team:
Many could argue that the top second baseman in the American League will be taking the field this weekend at Fenway Park, helping to lead his team at the plate and contributing sharp defense in the field behind the pitching staff.

Yet that player's identity remains up for further debate. One thing is for sure: with Robinson Cano of the Yankees and Dustin Pedroia of the Red Sox, the New York-Boston tilt once again features a pair of the best the game has to offer.

Cano, Pedroia making second first-rate

Here's to a hella good weekend.

Sunday, May 02, 2010

Friday, April 23, 2010

Bush is Bush

No matter how you look at. First, The Slap. Then, The Yell. Now, The Mound.

What a tool.

This just about says it all...

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Not Bad for a 5th Starter, Eh?

Very nice... now someone please grab Joba by the back of his neck and tell him, "See, Chubbie? Just rear back and throw, dammit!"

OAKLAND - No-hitters remain a rarity in baseball, but the Yankees are making the near-misses seem routine this season.

Phil Hughes became the second Yankee to come within sixouts of a no-no in the season's first 14 games, losing his bid Wednesday night on Eric Chavez's infield single in the eighth inning.

Hughes retreated to the bench two batters later, watching Joba Chamberlain and Mariano Rivera finish up a 3-1 win over the A's, the Yankees' sixth straight victory.

And Mo? You might be bored coming in w/a 2 run lead, but you don't need to make it friggin' "interesting," capisce?
Hughes' 10 Ks, no-hit bid leads Yankees to 3-1 win over Oakland

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Time To Start Relaxing?

It's a long season, but wow, what a start. Makes me wonder whether it's time to party like it's 1998.

Friday, April 09, 2010

Meet teh Mutts, Greet teh Mutts...

...step right and and beat the schmucks!
"THIS is exactly the kind of start manager Jerry Manuel and general manager Omar Minaya did not want and did not need.

All the Mets' weaknesses have been on display the last two games. The starting pitching was terrible Wednesday night and last night the Mets' lack of offense wasted a competitive start from young Jon Niese in a desultory 3-1 loss to the Marlins at a deathly quiet Citi Field in front of 25,982 fans, the smallest crowd ever at the new park."

Thursday, April 08, 2010

It's Only Three Games...

...so I gotta say, "Meh. Do the same in the next three series and MAYBE I'll relax."

Sunday, April 04, 2010

Yay Me!

baseball is back, and it is starting off right.

Tuesday, March 09, 2010

One Bourbon...

And just where was Joba 'Firewater' Chamberlain on the night in question?

Saturday, March 06, 2010

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Monday, February 01, 2010

Caveman? Miss?

Right now, my brain votes "Oh God, we are gonna get screwed."