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Yankees Win 40th Pennant Despite Girardi’s Incompetence (Satire)

Using their immense talent the Yankee have overcome their manager and reached the World Series for the first time since 2003. Read More »

Girardi Makes Right Move As Sabathia Dominates on Short Rest

On short rest, Sabathia beat Angels, vindicating his manager, and putting the Yankees up 3-1 in the ALCS. Read More »

Sabathia Hurls Gem As Yankees Go Up 1-0 on Angels

Sabathia's pitching, the Yankees scrappy hitting, and the Angels blunder-filled pitching resulted in a Yankee victory Friday night. Read More »

Girardi’s Move to Use 3-Man Rotation Should Result in Yankees’ Success

By switching to a 3-man roation for the ALCS, Joe Girardi has positioned his team with its best chance to win. Read More »

Joe Girardi Names Jose Molina as AJ Burnett’s Personal Catcher

Burnett's selfish demands may prove highly detrimental to the Yankee this postseason. Read More »

Yankees Clinch Playoff Birth in Signature Fashion

Finally taking a Series from the Angels in Anaheim, the Yankees clinched a playoff birth. Read More »

Aceves Is The Answer To The Yankees Rotation Question

With Wang back on the DL, it is Alfredo Aceves -- not Phil Hughes -- who should be the Yankees new fifth starter. Read More »

Timing of A-Rod’s Benching Raises Series Questions

The fashion of A-Rod's benching indicating more is at play than just poor performance. Read More »