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Category Archives: New York Yankees
The New York Yankees annual rookie hazing tradition took a musical turn Sunday night. Per ESPN’s Ian Begley, Joba Chamberlain created his own little ‘pop’ stars. Pictured left to right: Preston Claiborne as Billy Ray Cyrus, Cesar Cabral as Rick … Continue reading
Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis managed a near impossible feat last night by pitch fouling a ball off the ground, then off his knee and into his own jersey. The sinker was toss by New York Yankees starter C. … Continue reading
The New York Yankees finally got around to rookie hazing and they had a great theme – music idols of the 1980s! Milli Vanilli, George Michael, Prince, Madonna MC Hammer and Slash are all represented. Now that what I call … Continue reading
The sequel to the infamous 912 commercial finds New York Yankees fan Alec Baldwin now living with Boston Red Sox freak John Krasinski. It’s the bottom of the ninth and Alec has to use the bathroom. Superstition leads to disastrous … Continue reading
As the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox get ready to face-off at Fenway Park this week, New Era has released its latest commercial. The baseball rivalry between New York Yankees lover Alec Baldwin and Boston Red Sox superfan … Continue reading
The New York Yankees became the first team in major league history to hit three grand slams in a game, with Robinson Cano, Russell Martin and Curtis Granderson connecting Thursday in a wet, wild 22-9 romp over the Oakland Athletics at Yankee Stadium. Believe it or not, several … Continue reading
The fourth in the hilarious series of New Era Commercials featuring diehard New York Yankees fan Alec Baldwin and Boston Red Sox fanatic, actor John Krasinski from The Office, is out. This time Alec gets the best of John on … Continue reading
The New York Yankees pregame handshakes prior to Subway Series game against the New York Mets at Citi Field. Unfortunately, the glad-handing didn’t work, as the Yanks seven-game winning streak was snapped when the Mets defeated them this afternoon, 3-2, … Continue reading
The third in the hilarious series of New Era Commercials featuring diehard New York Yankees fan Alec Baldwin and Red Sox fanatic, actor John Krasinski from The Office, is out. Krasinski decides to surprise Baldwin with a gift for a … Continue reading
The latest in the hilarious series of New Era Commercials featuring diehard New York Yankees fan Alec Baldwin and Red Sox fanatic, actor John Krasinski from The Office, was released today. It takes things a step further from the phone … Continue reading
Leave it to Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen to push the limits of Major League Baseball policy. I know it’s hard to believe, but MLB has not had to deal with a player, coach or manager sending out social media messages … Continue reading
After knocking in the winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning, New York Yankees right fielder Nick Swisher gets the first pie of the 2011 season courtesy of A.J. Burnett. The Yankees beat the Baltimore Orioles 6-5. Watch … Continue reading
Manhattan Mini Storage has developed a reputation around the Big Apple for ‘provocative’ advertisements. In the Spring 2011 campaign, they take aim at the New York Mets. Of course, the real question is: Who are the six teams + Mets? … Continue reading
A VERY Big Bird Shatters Front Windshield of Yankees Bus; Blue Jays, Cardinals & Orioles Have Alibis
On the way to Ft. Myers to play the Boston Red Sox for Monday night’s game, the New York Yankees coaches’ bus was hit by a bird, which flew into the front windshield and shattered the glass on the passenger’s … Continue reading
Either the Yahoo Sports editors are completely oblivious or wickedly funny. I’d like to think the latter. That was the headline recapping Friday night New York Yankees loss to arch rivals the Boston Red Sox, 5-3, in Tampa. Russell Martin caught five … Continue reading