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Two Insufferable Teams Combine Forces For One Really Big Piece Of Shit Two Insufferable Teams Combine Forces For One Really Big Piece Of Shit

Notre Dame football will play at Yankee Stadium in November, so to commemorate what will surely be a memorable game against Syracuse, the Fighting Irish will wear these pinstriped uniforms. The price is quite steep at $95, but anyone who’d buy one would be doing so drunk anyway.

Break Up The Mets! Break Up The Mets!

The Mets beat the Yankees Monday night, 8–5, for their second consecutive win, and fourth in five games, and sixth in nine. They’re coming off their first consecutive series wins since April, and recently got long-suffering Jacob deGrom his first win since mid-June. Things are finally looking ... know what, let’s not…

Giancarlo Stanton Set A Record For The Hardest-Hit Home Run Giancarlo Stanton Set A Record For The Hardest-Hit Home Run

Exit velocity has become the bugbear of baseball’s anti–“super nerds” crowd. For them, the relatively recent ability to measure how hard a ball comes off a bat is a symbol of everything wrong with modern baseball analysis: a quantification of something that doesn’t need to be quantified; a number that tells you what…

Yeah, That's A Goddamn Moth In An Umpire's Ear

Gahhhhh. This is an awful thing that should never happen—with any living creature, not just a dusty flying bug—but Yankees-White Sox umpire Bruce Dreckman was remarkably calm when a small, moth-like animal (most likely a moth) flew into his ear between innings.

Yankees Play-By-Play Guy Michael Kay Is In Hot Water With Clint Frazier Yankees Play-By-Play Guy Michael Kay Is In Hot Water With Clint Frazier

In an animated discussion on his radio show Monday, about the four-game weekend series sweep that all but knocked the Yankees out of contention in the AL East, Yankees television play-by-play man Michael Kay was at the very least clumsy with his choice of words while bitching about which Yankees were available and…

Bird's Dong Ripped Out Of The Sky

The Yankees are looking to get healthy against the woeful White Sox Monday night, following a decisive four-game sweep at the hands of the Red Sox that all but ended the race for the AL East. Mostly they’re having their way, but the highlight of the game came in the top of the fourth inning, when Yankees first baseman…

That Might've Been Sonny Gray's Last Bad Start For A While That Might've Been Sonny Gray's Last Bad Start For A While

Sonny Gray, last year’s big trade deadline acquisition, has had a poor 2018, with an ERA of 5.56 and a role in the rotation that’s gone unthreatened only because the Yankees haven’t had any other real options. That last part changed this week when New York went out and got Lance Lynn, who hasn’t been good either, but…

Whatever Caleb Joseph Was Doing On This Home-Plate Play, It Didn't Work Whatever Caleb Joseph Was Doing On This Home-Plate Play, It Didn't Work

With two outs in the top of the fifth in today’s game between the last-place Orioles and the Yankees, Baltimore catcher Caleb Joseph tried to score from first base on a double, but he was out by a mile. As Yankees catcher Austin Romine squared up in front of the plate to make the tag, Joseph went to slide, but then…

Aaron Judge Fractured His Wrist But Stayed In Long Enough To Hit A Single

Aaron Judge got plunked by a fastball up and in on Thursday, suffering a “chip fracture” on his right wrist. He will be out a minimum of three weeks, according to the Yankees.

The Rays Put Their Closer In The Infield And It Worked The Rays Put Their Closer In The Infield And It Worked

Rays closer Sergio Romo played third base on Wednesday, for one batter, to open up the ninth inning of a one-run game. It was something Tampa Bay manager Kevin Cash had tried before, and it ended without disaster.

It Was A Miserable Night For Gary Sanchez [Update] It Was A Miserable Night For Gary Sanchez [Update]

Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez is not a complete player, but his offensive skills more than make up for for his questionable defense and occasionally suspect effort. There’s a reason he was an all-star last year and rookie of the year runner-up the year before that. His bat is a beast, and the Yankees will happily…

Jake Bauers Scores From Second On Passed Ball Thanks To Just The Sleepiest Yankees Defensive Effort Jake Bauers Scores From Second On Passed Ball Thanks To Just The Sleepiest Yankees Defensive Effort

Jake Bauers socked a three-run dinger in the fifth inning tonight against the Yankees. That’s cool. It’s cool to sock dingers, especially against the abominable Yankees. But Bauers’s best highlight from Monday night came in the bottom of the first inning, when he scored from second base on a passed ball, aided by some…

Gleyber Torres's Video Isn't The Best Way To Watch Aaron Judge's All-Star Game HR, But It Is The Funniest Gleyber Torres's Video Isn't The Best Way To Watch Aaron Judge's All-Star Game HR, But It Is The Funniest

Gleyber Torres thought he was taking horizontal video of his teammate Aaron Judge’s dinger in last night’s All-Star Game. He was not. Good effort, though.

Indians Cede Winning Run To Yankees On Delightful Little League Homer

The Indians and Yankees were tied at four apiece in the top of the seventh Saturday night when Austin Romine stepped to the plate and smoked a double to right center field. A slicing, dangerous hit, an easy stand-up two-bagger. Until!

Manny Machado Is Smashing Dongs Against The Yankees While He Still Has The Chance Manny Machado Is Smashing Dongs Against The Yankees While He Still Has The Chance

Orioles shortstop Manny Machado is very likely going to be out of Baltimore by the end of the month, and if you believe the whispers, the Yankees are one of the teams that badly want to trade for him. For now, though, as the Yanks battle the Orioles at Camden, Machado remains an enemy of all that is pinstriped, and…

Yes, The Yankees Are In On Manny Machado Yes, The Yankees Are In On Manny Machado

The Yankees and Orioles split a doubleheader in Baltimore on Monday, but the games were almost a sideshow—after all, we know what’s going to happen in the standings: one team is bound for the playoffs and one team the cellar. No, the real story is the sudden and curious entrance of the Yankees into the Manny Machado…

The Yankees Just Absolutely Teed Off On David Price The Yankees Just Absolutely Teed Off On David Price

The last two months had been pretty solid for Red Sox pitcher David Price. After one brutal showing against the Rangers on May 3 (seven earned runs, 3.2 IP), he hadn’t allowed more than three earned runs in any of his past nine starts, and had a 2.72 ERA over that period. Then Price was completely lit up by the…

Let's All Laugh At Dellin Betances Trying To Hit Major League Pitching Let's All Laugh At Dellin Betances Trying To Hit Major League Pitching

The Yankees are already a 50-win ballclub, and nobody on that team gets strikeouts at a higher rate than relief pitcher Dellin Betances. That’s why I don’t feel too bad laughing along with his teammates as Betances learns what it’s like to be on the other side of Major League pitching. In the eighth inning of a win…

Mariners Reliever Ryan Cook Yelled "Shit!" So Loudly After Giving Up A Walk-Off Homer To Giancarlo Stanton, MLB Had To Edit It Out Mariners Reliever Ryan Cook Yelled "Shit!" So Loudly After Giving Up A Walk-Off Homer To Giancarlo Stanton, MLB Had To Edit It Out

The Yankees capped a comeback from down 5-0 with a Giancarlo Stanton walk-off home run to beat the Mariners 7-5. It was Stanton’s first walk-off as a Yankee. Cool story. We’re not here for that. We’re here for the swear word!

The Yankees Are Now On Pace For A Record Number Of Dingers The Yankees Are Now On Pace For A Record Number Of Dingers

With four home runs last night in a 7-2 win over Seattle, the Yankees are on pace for 273 home runs this season, which would top the MLB record set by the 1997 Mariners. “Everybody here can hit,” Miguel Andujar said. Indeed.

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