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Can the Yankees’ Gary Sanchez win Rookie of the Year?!?

On Friday, September 23, 2016 Yankees’ phenom rookie-sensation Gary Sanchez was officially nominated for the American League’s Best Rookie despite the fact that he didn’t play his first Major League game until August 3rd. I have heard many fans clamoring for this accolade during Sanchez’s historic run and my typical response is, “he won’t have enough at bats to qualify ... Read More »

For Mets fans: McAndrew-Dyer Battery Strikes Again!

This story is “amazing” (Mets pun “right off-the-bat”) as it contains all the best things in life: family, long-time friends, baseball and yes, even a miracle! It all began in 1967 when a pitcher, Jim McAndrew and a catcher, Duffy Dyer were teammates on the New York Mets’ minor league team in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Not only were Jim and Duffy ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hit by Bryan Revello

What is going on? What is happening? Where is this coming from? From the time I wrote my column in July which ranted on the Yankees inability to rebuild to September where the Yankees are now in the thick of the Wild Card race – it feels like an entirely different season. The Major League Baseball season is a grueling ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hit By Bryan Revello: Farewell Arod

What a long strange journey it has been. I remember the day that I heard Alex Rodriguez was traded to the Boston Red Sox and immediately felt nervous for the Yankees. I remember the feeling of relief when Major League Baseball disallowed that trade. I remember the excitement I felt for the Yankees future after acquiring THE best player in ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello

Which Yankees offensive players could be moved at the deadline? Let’s take a look at the Yankees 8 major offensive positions and discuss which ones are the most likely to be traded. Yes means likely. No means, well not likely… Catcher – Brian McCann Yes. The Yankees would be well minded to try and net a return on the aging ... Read More »

NY Sports Report with Mike Lalor

The New York Mets (48-41, T-2nd NL East) opened up the second half of the 2016 season with a 5-3 win over the Philadelphia Phillies (42-49, 4th NL East) at Citizens Bank Park.  After losing three of four to the first place Washington Nationals (55-36, 1st NL East) to close out the first half, the Mets started their post-All Star ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hit by Bryan Revello

News has broken that the Yankees are having behind-the-scenes issues about how to proceed with the current club. An anonymous source told ESPN that General Manager Brian Cashman and others on the baseball operations side believe the team should sell at the deadline and plan for the future. However, Hal Steinbrenner and Randy Levine plus others on the business side ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello

As of Friday afternoon, the Yankees are still one game under .500. This means that they sit 7.5 games out of the AL East lead and 4.5 games out of the second wild card spot. Making the playoffs is going to require a hot streak and wins, specifically against their AL East rivals. The Orioles currently sit atop the AL ... Read More »