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Posts Tagged ‘Cliff Lee’

Questioning the Yankees’ Starting Rotation

Posted by Andrew Zercie on January 23, 2011

It’s hard to believe, with all the snow we’ve gotten here in the Northeast, that spring training is just a few weeks away. As a fan of the New York Yankees, this hasn’t been the best of off-seasons, so I would like nothing more than to fast-forward to mid-February to see how the team is going to answer all of the questions that haunt them right now.

Before we get to February though, here is the first of a series of posts regarding the direction of the Yankees, both on the field and off of it. I will pose questions that need to be answered before the season begins, beginning with what I believe to be the most important question that still needs to be addressed.

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NLCS: Meet the New Champs, Same as the Old Ones

Posted by Andrew Zercie on October 14, 2009

Expect another one of these, Phillies fans.

Expect another one of these, Phillies fans.

The NLCS is a rematch of last year’s series, won by the Philadelphia Phillies. The Los Angeles Dodgers hope to avenge that series loss and advance to the World Series for the first time since 1988. Here is a breakdown of what should be a competitive series between two strong teams.

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NLDS Preview: Look for Dodgers-Phillies Rematch

Posted by Andrew Zercie on October 7, 2009

Chase Utley and the Phillies look to repeat as World Series champs.

Chase Utley and the Phillies look to repeat as World Series champs.

There are many storylines as the postseason begins, the most obvious being the Philadelphia Phillies’ quest to repeat.

With apologies to the other sports, there’s nothing better than the baseball postseason. Here now, is a quick look at each National League Division Series, with some predictions.

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How Trade Deadline Moves Could Impact the AL East

Posted by Andrew Zercie on July 30, 2009

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Staying...or going?

 

With the Major League Baseball non-waiver trade deadline less than 24 hours away, here are some predictions about which AL East players and teams could be impacted by 4 p.m. on July 31. 

The Orioles today already made the expected move of trading George Sherrill to the National League—the Dodgers, specifically—for prospects Josh Bell and Steve Johnson, but let’s look at the other deadline action that could go down.

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