The 2nd Best Centerfielder in the American League

September 23, 2018 paperbacklou 0

Having a great centerfielder is the wish of every baseball fan. Especially Yankee fans — who have a tradition of Joe DiMaggio followed by Mickey Mantle to measure centerfielders against. In the 1970’s Bobby Murcer was to […]


Jordan Montgomery Reminds Me of Andy Pettitte

April 22, 2018 paperbacklou 0

Jordan Montgomery reminds me of Andy Pettitte. Both are 6’5″ lefties who came up through the Yankee system and gave the Yankees solid start after solid start as rookies without fanfare. Andy Pettitte Andy Pettitte […]


2018 Yankee Season Look Out

April 5, 2018 paperbacklou 0

The 2018 season will be judged a disappointment if the Yankees don’t make it to the World Series. They could’ve/should’ve won it all last year — if Greg Bird were a bit faster, or if […]


Judge vs Altuve for MVP; Judge Hurt by Trout?

October 1, 2017 paperbacklou 0

Going into the final game of the season, the Yankees are 91-70 and are the #1 wildcard but were officially eliminated from winning the division title yesterday when the Red Sox beat the Astros. While […]


Opening Day. Predictions for 2017 Yankees

April 2, 2017 paperbacklou 0

Opening day 2017. Most media analysts predict an 80-82, 4th place finish for the Yankees for 2017. I predict a 90-72, 2nd place season with a Wild Card. Why the difference?  Most media analysts view […]


Yank Starters Off to Good “Start”

March 2, 2017 paperbacklou 0

The Yankees are 6-1 in Spring training so far, and the starters are off to a good “start”. The game by game results so far, by game #: 1. Bryan Mitchell 2 IP 0 R, […]


Yankees Need a Big Bopper Free-Agent DH

October 9, 2016 paperbacklou 0

Everybody’s got one. It’s the oldest and newest fad. A big bopper DH. When the Designated Hitter was invented and put into place in 1974, teams grabbed their best-available hitter who couldn’t field well and put […]

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