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Aaron Judge is the Biggest 2-Hole Hitter Ever

Tweet Aaron Judge is 6’7” and 282 pounds. He looks like an old-fashioned prototypical cleanup hitter. Let the guys in front of him get on base and let the big guy drive them in. He has the power numbers to go along with the eye test; Judge belted 52 homers and had 114 RBI in […]

Technology Changing the Cheating Landscape in Baseball

Tweet Technology has become more prominent in Major League Baseball over the last few seasons. QuesTec has allowed balls and strikes to be determined by machine, although umpires are still the cornerstone of officiating. PITCHf/x has allowed tracking the movement of pitches thrown and balls put in play. Statcast from MLB has given fans remarkable […]

Derek Jeter Night at Yankee Stadium

Tweet Derek Jeter had his number retired by the New York Yankees on Sunday evening. While the Yankees won the first game of a double-header, they couldn’t pull off the sweep to send the fans home 100% happy. The best part of the day though was the ceremony in-between games that honored Jeter. The Yankees […]

Murderer’s Row: Baseball Terminology

Tweet Murderer’s Row refers in particular to the 1927 New York Yankees and the heart of their lineup. It included Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Earle Combs, Mark Koenig, Bob Meusel, and Tony Lazzeri. Although the term can refer to any team’s lineup, it was first used to describe the ’27 Yankees – they are the […]

New York Yankees Host Ninja Turtle Fans on Opening Day

Tweet The New York Yankees had special guests in their Legends premium seating for Tuesday’s Opening Day at Yankee Stadium. The two fans, Joe Spillo and John Welch, paid a whopping 25 cents each for their tickets that normally Prices for over $1,000. The tickets were in fact purchased at the full face value and […]