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DEAR STEINBRENNER FAMILY: PLEASE SHOW #13 THE DOOR

Dear Steinbrenner Family,

I write to express my concern over the recent rumors of a possible deal with the Player that Plays to Jeter’s right, #13. I realize this player has a government name  and an extrememly un-masculine nickname that has also been used by Andy Roddick. However, I refuse to speak (or write) either name until he is officially and forever gone from the Yankees pinstripes. My hopes seemed to be coming true when the clownshow chose to opt out of the remainder of his contract with the Yankee family during game 4 of the World Series (a classless move, byt the way). Regretfully, I heard rumors today that after one phone call, negotiations re-opened despite your previous stance that you would refuse to negotiate if he chose to opt out.

At this time, I send a heart-felt plea to PLEASE end your negotiations with this clown. PLEASE. PLEASE. PLEASE. PLEASE. PLEASE.PLEASE.PLEASE.PLEASE.PLEASE.PLEASE.PLEASE.PLEASE.PLEASE.

I’m a grown man. I am a life long Yankees fan. As a die hard fan, I want to root for players that I know are there because they want to be a Yankee. Believe me, I’m not naive enough to believe that the current players are doing only for the love of the game. They all want the money, and I’m not mad at them at all. They should get everything they can. But, call a spade a spade. The ONLY reason #13 is crawling back, and he is crawling back, is because no one else wants him. It is solely a money issue. Nothing else. He is a cancer. He is a cancer in the clubhouse. He is a cancer on the field. He does not make his teammates better. He is a liability and the Yankees don’t need him. They won championships with Charlie Hayes and Scott Brosius at 3B. Between them they probably hit a total of 60 homers. They don’t need him. He slapped the Yankees, and all of baseball, in the face when he opted out.

It is a disgrace to the Yankees legacy and to fans everywhere to even speak to him now. Please don’t fall for his trick. You will lose fans if you bring him back. Let his non-clutch, Mr. April a$$ go play in Anaheim and play the rest of his shallow career without ever seeing a world series game.

Sincerely,

Runnypelvisthefat

November 15, 2007 Posted by | MLB, New York Yankees | Leave a comment

Joe Torre Where are you?

I am sick of the media bias against the Yankees right now regarding Joe Torre. He are the facts plain and simple:

1) Joe Torre HAD a contract with the NY Yankees. That is right, the contract he signed has expired. So the Yankees can not fire Joe Torre because he is not under contract

2) How many times has Joe Torre said since the Yanks lost to the Indians that he wanted to come back and coach the Yanks…..I am waiting….still waiting….waiting……ZERO!!!!!!! How come the media has not asked Joe what he wants to do? How come he is holed up in his Westchester home and not speaking to the media? If he wants the Yanks job he should be saying so and I have not heard him say once that he wants to come back and manage in 2008.

That is all you need to know. Joe Torre is not being fired and he has not even come out and said he wants to manage the Yanks. The media needs to go track down Joe Torre and get the other side of this story and stop commenting that the Yanks are firing Joe Torre. Damn media!!!

Flash Flash

October 17, 2007 Posted by | Joe Torre, MLB, New York, New York Yankees, Yankees | 4 Comments

Torre Needs to Go

The All Star break came and went. With its passing brings hope for a lot of teams that they can make it to the post season. My Yanks are no different. Right after the All Star game itself, Jeter was quoted as saying that he believes the Yanks can catch the Sox before season’s end. Coming from Jeter, I’d believe anything. Unfortunately for Jeter and the rest of the Yanks, he has two things going against him: he has a leper playing to his right that fields balls hit to him like they are wrapped in poo and has emptied his tank in April and June, and he has a manager that is begging to be fired at the helm. Sorry Jeter, the Yanks’ shipping is going down faster than any of the strippers in the harem of the guy that plays to your right.

I despise #13 and have game 7 of the World Series marked on my caldendars at home and at work (even in my Outlook) as the glorious day when that clown can opt out of his deal. The Eric Duncan Era needs to begin tonight. Him leaving will make me happy beyond belief.  However, Torre is a different  story.

 It pains me to want Torre out. Unfortunately, his time passed during Game 7 of the ’01 Series. His managing since then has not been worthy of a AAA job. With Torre at the helm, there is no way this team can make it to the post season and win. No way. Look at yesterday’s game against the Rays as recent proof. Moose struggled early, but scraped to keep them in the game. The Yanks need to win damn near every game at this point, but rather than approaching every game like that (like Jeter does), Torre turns the ball over the Ron Villone, Luis Vizcaino and Kyle Farnsworth. What?!?!?!? Villone has no business even being on this team, and are there two better players than Vizcaino and Farnsworth to be the poster boys for how much of a disappointment this team has been? Villone of course sucked it, Vizcaino was surprisingly good, and Farnsworth, of course, was his typical terrible self. Has there been any inning this year (or even since he has been a Yankee) that he has not given up either a walk or a hit (or lots of both)?!?!? I can’t think of any. This is the same clown who showed up his manager and his teammates when he was pulled for being terrible. How is he even still on the team?!?!?!

Torre continues to make moves that put the Yanks in positions to lose. Granted, I know Torre can’t make Damon and Myers lose their vaginas and stop being a Red Sox homerspies. Or be Abreu’s therapist to make his mental boo-boo’s go away when he comes to the plate (could there be a worse walk year performance in the history of sport-probably guarantees that the Yanks will give him $15 mil per year for 10 years next year though). But, he can still make moves to put them in better positions to win. Whay not send runners? Why not manufacture runs? What the hell was that line-up you pout out for the Saturday game against the Rays?!?!?! Why not TELL your pitchers to pitch inside. When Sheffield and Lofton come up again against the Yanks, the Yanks pitchers should not have to be told to throw up and in. However, they won’t because Torre has created a culture of losing where sallyness is accepted. The Yanks have become the Cubs and “Wait ‘Til Next Year” is probably posted in the Yanks clubhouse somewhere.  Disgusting.

Torre needs to go. Yanks need to install Girardi or Larry Bowa as manager and give Paulie O whatever he wants to be bench coach. Seriously. Do you think Abreu would come back to the dugout after one of his typical at bats knowing that Paulie O would be waiting for him? No way.  Cashman needs to give Joe an endless supply of green tea, a new pillow to rest his head during games and send him on his way. If not, the Yanks might as well start making Fall tee times now.

Runny

July 16, 2007 Posted by | Derek Jeter, Jeter, Joe Girardi, Joe Torre, Kyle Farnsworth, Larry Bowa, MLB, New York, Paul O'Neil, Red Sox, World Series, Yankees | 2 Comments

Phillies Listed in the Dictionary Under LOSER!!!!

I live in Philly and am just amazed at the level of excitement the Philadelphia Phillies are generating around town right now. in case you did not hear the Phillies are one game away from suffering their 10,000 loss in team history. Yes that is right…10,000th loss. The players are clearly annoyed by this type of attention but the fans are into it. Check out this article: Phillies One Away From Milestone 10,000th Loss. Some other things going around town are a scheduled parade fomr the original site of Connie Mack statue to a local sports bar and another promotion where you can write a story about your most tragic Philadelphia sports LOSERS moment where the winner gets 2008 Phillies season tickets. One of the craziest stats is that the next closest team as far as historic losses in MLB is 1,000 losses away. That is more than a decade of losses behind the Phils. Another favorite stat, in the Phils 125 year history they have only won one World Series. That is right…..a big fat ONE!!!! One fan even put together a website devoted to the 10,000th loss at www.celebrate10000.com.

So good luck Phightin Phils. You already are the biggest losers in the history of sports and 10,000 will be a great accomplishment. Rejoice fans in your loveable losers, you have nothing else to look forward to but the imminent Donovan McNabb injury and the start of the Kevin Kolb era so might as well enjoy your 10,000th losing moment in Phils history.

Flash Flash

July 13, 2007 Posted by | Eagles, Kolb, MLB, Philadelphia, Phillies, Philly, Sports, thoughts, World Series | 2 Comments

A message to Arod: Demand a Trade now or Opt Out!!!!

With the All-star break, Home Run Derby and All-Star game generating lower than expected ratings (The HR Derby was down 10% form last year) the baseball writer’s of America turned to the one place they know they will get headlines and create discussions…..Where will Arod play next year? So this week we have seen reporters write about and provide their insight as to where Arod will end up at the end of the year:

Cubs – Piniella is his second dad and Piniella’s wife is his second mom
Angels – Artie Moreno loves him
Dodgers – They have the money and are low key
Giants – They have the money and need a big name draw once they elect not to resign Barry next year
Red Sox – They would love to stick it to the Yanks
Mariners – A coming home party
White Sox – Kenny Williams needs a big name after he deals some veterans this trading deadline

As a life long Yankee fan, I do not care. All I want is for him to opt out of his contract. He was a loser in Seattle, a loser in Texas and is clearly a loser in New York. It is fitting that he is having his best season as a Yankee and the Yanks are not competitive and having one of their worst seasons in a long time. A lot of Arod supporters say he is not to blame, that Cashman signed bad pitchers, or the team is not hitting around him or the bullpen is weak. These are excuses that some can point to and Arod is certainly not responsible for Luis Vizcaino’s horrible year. Here is fact, plain and simple, Arod is not a winner, never has been and never will. I wish I could provide more insight as to why this is or explain how the Yankees clubhouse is different since he showed up. I follow and pay attention to facts and the fact is a very simple one in my eyes….Arod is a loser and his team loses when he plays for them.

So I want Arod to opt out. I want that money freed up to pursue the moster free agents that will be available in 2009, not even next year but in 2009 like Texeira, Johan, Miguel Cabrera. I would rather see any one of these players than Arod and I might just see all three. Cashman has said he will not negotiate with Arod if he opts out and I hope he sticks to his guns. It was rumoured today that Cashman was willing to negotiate during the season to try and sign Arod to an extension, something he has been unwilling to do with Bernie, Rivera, Posada, etc… I do not know if this was rumor or not but Boras already said he will not negotiate with the Yanks during the season. I love it. I love hearing this. It pretty much assures me that Arod will opt out and the Yanks can reverse their recent cycle of losing.

Arod..we will never forget that you were part of the largest collapse in the history of sports when the Yanks choked their 3 game lead to the Red Sox and you were absolutely terrible. We also remember how bad and messed up you were when Torre had to drop you to 8th in the lineup.

So please opt out when you are eligible. I found out that he can opt out 10 days after the World Series ends and I am counting down the days. I will likely set up a counter once I find out when the baseball playoffs are scheduled. Please please please opt out. I will send your classy wife as many F*** You shirts as she wants if you opt out and leave the Bronx forever. The Yanks fans deserve better than you.

***7/13/2007 Update*** Looks like the Yanks were also reaching out to Mo and Posada. Smart move on their part. the Yanks need these players especially now more than ever. Check out the article.

This is a great sign also. Cashman is the man. Yankees opt to give A-Rod an ultimatum. I love that the Yanks are drawing a line in the sand right now saying that it is all up to Arod. They will negotiate a new contract EXTENSION now, not a new contract and if, or more likely when he opts out they will not negotiate with him at all. If the Yanks are not in the market for Arod in the offseason than Boras will not have any leverage in the open market. Boras needs the Yanks involved. It will be great to see Cashman say that he wanted Arod to stay and had a contract letting him do so and Arod chose to opt so it is all on Arod’s shoulders. He never really wanted to win in NY, he could not stomach the pressure, he really wanted more money and the list goes on and on. Bye Bye Arod, you will forever remain the player who played to Jeter’s right in the field.

July 12, 2007 Posted by | Cubs, Giambi, Joe Torre, Mariano Rivera, MLB, Red Sox, Sports, State of the Yankees, World Series, Yankees | 3 Comments

Roger Clemens Update

For all the haters in the media, you can now eat a full serving of shut the hell up. Since Clemens joined the Yankees he has used his “family escape clause” exactly zero times. All of the media members and yankee haters proclaimed how Clemens was a bad teamate because he was not going to be with the team and how could the Yankees let a player do this and blah blah blah. Well now we see what Clemens plans on doing with that contract clause…..he plans on being a great teammate. The Yanks need him now and he knows it, the Yanks young pitchers need him around and he knows it and the clubhouse needs his passion and fire and he knows it so he is focused on helping the Yanks win. Media members, Clemens haters and Kyle Farnsworth….Go suck it!!!

Flash Flash

June 13, 2007 Posted by | Kyle Farnsworth, MLB, Roger Clemens, Sports, State of the Yankees, Yankees | 9 Comments

The Da-Schilling Code: The real Translation of his Bonds Apology

Sorry for the slow response on this one but I really needed to process and use my sleuthing skills to figure out the real meaning of the Curt Schilling apology. So what I am going to do is cut and paste Curt’s apology from his www.38pitches.com blog, put his words in quotes and then translate the true meaning of what Mr. Schilling is attempting to say.

Curt Schilling: “Everyone has days and events in life they’d love to push the rewind button on, yesterday was one of those days. Regardless of my opinions, thoughts and beliefs on anything Barry Bonds it was absolutely irresponsible and wrong to say what I did. I don’t think it’s within anyone’s right to say the things I said yesterday and affect other people’s lives in that way.”

Translation: I do not really believe anything I just spewed out on my blog because all I really did was attract more attention to myself and that is my true goal in life. I have always spoken my mind and the first thing that comes to mind and forms on the lips is what I am going to say. Everybody loves me so I can just blab away about anything baseball related or socially interesting at that time.

Curt Schilling: “I’d love to tell you I was ambushed, misquoted, misinterpreted, something other than what it was, but I wasn’t. I’m thinking that waking up at 8:30 am to do the weekly interview we do with WEEI is probably not the greatest format and if you heard the interview it’s not hard to realize that I’m usually awake about 30-45 seconds before it begins. That’s still no excuse or reason to say what I did, or even answer the question that was asked. The question I was asked and the answer I gave yesterday affected a lot more people than just he and I. His wife, his children, his friends and his family were all affected by that, as were mine and my teammates.”

Translation: Nobody likes to get up early so if I blame the idea that I made these comments on being tired cause I just woke up I bet all of Red Sox Nation and for that matter the whole nation will be sympathetic to me because who likes to get up early. Who really wants to take responsibility for what they say anymore, I am just going to blame my comments on the fact that I was tired and see if millions of educated Americans buy this idea. I will keep my fingers crossed on this one.

Curt Schilling: “As someone who’s made it very clear I have major issues with members of the media that take little or no pride in their work it’s the height of hypocrisy for me to say what I did, in any forum. I started this blog to give people a look into the life we live on and off the field, not to get into back and forths with people I don’t like or have issues with. Doing that will only make this a rant-filled, no content bunch of words.”

Translation: Nobody likes the media anymore so I better throw them into this apology so people can relate to that. Also, I do not know what hypocrisy means but a lot of people have been calling me a hypocrite so I better say I am one so my apology seems more sincere.

Curt Schillig: “Quite a few people have tossed Biblical references my way in the past week or so after the Thorne incident in Baltimore talking about turning the other cheek and being above the fray. I’ve often thought I do and try to be that way, but it’s very clear in the last two weeks I’ve done the exact opposite. That’s not to say I won’t respond when I feel someone’s calling me out and is wrong, but doing so in every instance will serve no one and only make me say and act like the very people I have issues with.”

Translation: I definitely need to discuss the bible so this is where I insert that point and just for fun I will also have to talk about Jesus and my faith, stay tuned for those comments. Nobody can criticize me when I throw out religious references and my faith because even that is still off limits in America.

Curt Schilling: “The only perfect human to walk the face of the earth died a few thousand years ago, that much I know. I am far from perfect and make more than my share of mistakes, which is something I have no problem with because that’s part of being human. However when my mistakes adversely affect other peoples lives, that’s a big deal. It was a callous, reckless and irresponsible thing to say, and for that I apologize to Barry, Barry’s family, Barry’s friends and the Giants organization, my teammates and the Red Sox organization as well as anyone else who may have been offended by the comments I made.”

Translation: Ding ding ding. Yup it is Jesus time. So if I reference Jesus now and say that only one person has ever been perfect than I will show that I am humble and not really as full of myself as I know I am. I am actually Jesus but if I told people that I might lose some fans so for now I will just keep it to myself. I am going to try and spin this and never take back my words so I will only apologize to people that were offended because I am sure that is only a couple of people because everyybody knows that Barry did all the things he said and even if he did not I was able to get myself a few days in the press and on Sportscenter and places like that and I am simply here to promote myself.

Flash Flash’s translation: Schilling is a disgusting human being. I think he might spontaneously combust when he retires because it will be nearly impossible to get as much media attention versus when he played baseball. He is only concerned about himself and how he is portrayed by fans and in the media. He does not think before he speaks and makes it more difficult to be his teammate because it is exhausting to defend him on an almost daily basis. He does not have Hall of Fame numbers so he needs to promote himself as much as possible so he can make it to Cooperstown. I hope he only gets invited there to clean the toilets.

I actually give Bonds credit for not suing Schilling. That only would have given Schilling another vehicle to get in the limelight.

Flash Flash

May 11, 2007 Posted by | Cooperstown, ESPN, Francona, MLB, Red Sox, San Francisco Giants, Schilling, Terry Francona | 11 Comments

Curt Schilling: Great American Hypocrite

Man I am sick and tired of Curt Schilling. He has the nerve to go on public radio in Boston and speak to the thousands listening on his opinion if and when Bonds breaks Aaron’s home run record. Schilling took the argument a step further than the aveage baseball player’s comments and is on record stating:

“I mean, he admitted that he used steroids,” Schilling said during his weekly appearance on sports radio WEEI’s “Dennis and Callahan” show. “I mean, there’s no gray area. He admitted to cheating on his wife, cheating on his taxes, and cheating on the game, so I think the reaction around the league, the game, being what it is, in the case of what people think. Hank Aaron not being there. The commissioner [Bud Selig] trying to figure out where to be. It’s sad.

Admitted cheating on his wife, taxes and the game. Are you kidding me? Bonds has never been convicted of any of these accusations and he has never tested positive for any banned substances.

Here is why Schilling is a hypocrite…Schilling set up a blog (38pitches.com) to do some nice things like raise awareness for ALS and to give a pretty good recap for the fans on certain games but what he also uses it for is to publically attack members of the press and media that talk about him. He set up the blog so he has a venue to speak his truth about public issues like the recent conspiracy on his game 6 bloody sock and so he has a venue to clarify anything he feels the press incorrectly portrays. He wants the blog to speak the truth all of the time. Well Curt, you hypocrite, if you want people to speak the truth about you, you better speak and have your facts in order. Curt.. you owe Bonds a serious and public apology for bringing up ideas that were heresay and voiced in the court of public opinion and not in the court of our legal system. Schilling was flat out WRONG with his comments and should be held accountable.

When you had the chance to speak to Congress about steroids you weaseled out of it and you were even discussed as being a user back in 2004. Not even your teamate and clubhouse leader Big Papi agree with you. He thinks Bonds is an incredible talent…read this ESPN article (Schilling, Papi on different sides of Bonds debate).

Schilling was quick to judge and attack Gary Thorne regarding the painted sock and the Doug Mirabelli comments. I think he called out Thorne for not having his facts straight. Public opinion and personal opinion are not facts. The facts are as follows.. Bonds has never tested positive for a banned substance, in grand jury testimony Bonds said he never knowingly took sterooids, Bonds has never admitted to cheating on his wife and Bonds has never admitted to cheating on his taxes. THESE ARE THE FACTS. Whether or not you believe him does not matter…these are the facts plain and simple.

My guess is you write a blog about your Bonds comments so you can simply bring more attention to yourself, you self serving weasel. You owe Bonds an apology and I want to hear it soon.

Flash Flash

P.S. Runny is out in Vegas so you will have to wait for his picks. I am sure you will get a recap of how he did. I know he hit it nice with the Pirates 15 inning win last night.

May 9, 2007 Posted by | ESPN, Fenway, MLB, Red Sox, Sports, Steroids | 4 Comments

Roger Clemens: Will he matter?

You must have heard the news by now, Roger Clemens is coming back to the Yankees. I do not think anybody thinks he is going to be the clear cut leader to start at the top of their rotation and he is probably more like a 2 or 3 starter at this point in his career.

There is one thing the Yankees really need from Roger and it has nothing to do with how fast he can throw, how many games he wins, how many strikeouts he tosses….they need his attitude. The old Roger had a I do not give a F*ck who you are, I am going to throw inside, I am going to brush you back, I am going to hit you. Just ask Mike Piazza if he liked having a broken bat thrown at him. The Yanks need the attitude. Torre is managing a clean “we are better that, we will not retaliate” approach to things and the Yanks do not need that. Their pitchers need to protect their hitters.

In today’s game versus Seattle, the Yanks finally had some fire. Josh Phelps went hard into Johjima at home and took him out of the play, then Washburn hit Phelps, both sides were warned and Proctor came in and pegged a guy to start a bench clearing almost brawl.

The Yanks need the intensity, they need the fire Roger provides. Wins will be great but the desire, the fire and intensity will be far more valuable. Now Yanks fans just need to keep their fingers crossed that Roger is coming to NY to do more than collect a paycheck, he needs to change the mindset of the pitching staff and get the pitchers fired up. Roger can be the missing piece to the rotation but it will only be the case if he brings his “A” game intensity wise and teaches the rotation and bullpen to take pride in their team, protect their teamates and regain some of the confidence they have lost through the troubles the pitching staff has encountered this year.

As a Yanks fan, I am hoping Roger is coming to town as a mentor and a leader. This is really what the Yanks need at this point in the season. Welcome back Roger!!!

Flash Flash

May 7, 2007 Posted by | Mariners, MLB, New York, Roger Clemens, Scott Proctor, State of the Yankees, Yankees | 4 Comments

MLB & NBA Picks

Been a while since I made some picks. Here are my results to date:

  • MLB: 16-18
  • NBA: 16-6-1
  • UFC: 4-2

Let’s see if I can get my MLB record up where it needs to be. Unfortunately, I only like three lines for tomorrow’s (Friday’s) action.

  • Braves @ Rockies. Two of the games young guns square of in this one. James for the Braves. Francis for the Rockies. I like Francis a lot. I don’t think he is even close to hitting his potential. Even in that park. He is a slight underdog at home (Braves are -108, Rockies -102). He shouldn’t be. I’m taking the Rockies -102.
  • Rays vs. A’s. Rays’ current streak is a little misleading. They are coming off an absolute beatdown of the Yanks, but that is somewhat deceptive. The Yanks are terrible and play with no heart on a consistent basis and they have the worse manager in baseball. A win against them isn’t that impressive, even for the Rays. However, things like that, especially for a young team, can build momentum fast. Real fast. They will be without Baldelli (possibly), but the A’s have been decimated by injuries. Harden. Swisher. They are all banged-up. They still play with fire though and never quit. Hats off to Bob Geren. That said, I think the Rays take this one. I think they ride the Yanks series and keep pressing. I like the line, too. Shields MOWED in his last start. I’m taking the Rays +140.
  • Red Sox @ Yanks. Couldn’t let this one go. Espeically given the two starters: AP for the Yanks, Nomo II for the Sox. Between Sockgate, Schilling’s vagina, Nomo II’s overratedness, the Yanks being soft and having the worse manager in baseball, there is always so many sideshow debacles to this series that even if you don’t like either team, it is impossible not to check it out. The thing about last weekend’s beatdown is that the Yanks were in every game. They should have taken two out of three. I think they right the ship tomorrow night. I think they get to Nomo II early and often. I like AP as a stopper. I don’t think the Yanks will lose 7 in a row (despite Torre). I’m taking the Yanks -122. 

NBA

  • Bulls @ Heat. The Heat have looked terrible in this series. The Bulls have been playing like a team possessed. I think they hate the Heat and are looking to crush them. Despite that, the Heat are favorites at home. Vegas must be thinking that Riley can motivate them and right the ship. I think he will enough so to win, but not cover. I think this game will be close. I’m taking the Bulls +5.5.
  • Raptors @ Nets. This has been a great series. Love watching Kidd run the floor and Bosh just be Bosh. Bosh is probably my favorite player the the league right now. HUGE fan. Wish he didn’t play in Toronto though. This will be another good game. I like the Nets to cover at home though. I’m taking the Nets -4.5.
  • Warriors @ Mavs. Can someone pull Stephen Jackson aside and shake the sh*t out of him? Please! I think he was jealous that Baron got tossed, so he acted a fool just so he wouldn’t be left out. That team makes no sense. Nellie looks like he is going to explode in every interview. Everytime. Even when they win. Baron went off the reservation in a game his team still had a legit chance of winning. Nellie should bench him to start the game. No need for that prima donna crap. I think the Mavs figured out that they actually need to start playing. I think they CRUSH the Warriors. It will be ugly. This line is a joke and a mistake. I’m taking the Mavs -4.5.

Those are my picks. Good luck.

Runny

April 27, 2007 Posted by | Betting, Derek Jeter, Dice-K, Fenway, Francona, Gambling, Giambi, gyroball, Hall of Fame, Heat, Hideki Matsui, Japan, Jeter, Joe Torre, Kei Igawa, Kyle Farnsworth, Lacrosse, Mariano Rivera, Matsuzaka, Mike Mussina, MLB, nba, NBA Playoffs Picks, New York, Red Sox, Schilling, Scott Proctor, Shaq, State of the Yankees, Terry Francona, ufc, Winning Picks, Yankees | Leave a comment