Alfredo Aceves had his first rough outing of the Spring yesterday as the Yankees lost a close one to Houston, 8-6. In 4 1/3 innings, Aceves gave up 5 hits and 5 earned runs. Aceves’s control was fine(walked only one), but left way too many balls over the plate. continue reading…

Marian Gaborik had a goal and two assists in the Rangers last game

The Rangers faceoff against the Boston Bruins on Sunday at TD Garden in Boston (12:30 p.m.), in a matinee matchup between Original Six opponents. The Blueshirts currently rank fourth in the Atlantic Division standings, and 10th in the Eastern Conference, with a record of 31-31-9 (71 pts.). The Rangers enter Sunday afternoon’s contest continue reading…

With Opening Night only two weeks away, it’s really time to focus in on your fantasy baseball research. Throughout Spring Training, I’ve been providing valuable content to the readers of this site. I’m going to do a link dump so everyone can have a second read the material.

Over-Valued Players

Under-Valued Players

Break Out Players

New York Yankees Fantasy Preview

Curtis Granderson Fantasy Preview

New York Mets Fantasy Preview

New York Pitchers Fantasy Preview

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Villanova lost a tough contest yesterday to a hot Saint Mary’s team. Today, we look to start a new streak.

The Match-Up: 2:30PM #5 Michigan State Spartans vs. #4 Maryland Terrapins

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161st Street

24 Hours

 3 Things That Will Always Be Associated With Baseball

Baseball By Position

Bryan Hoch’s Official Yankees Blog

It Is High…

Lady Loves Pinstripes

LenNY’s Yankees Blog

Lo Hud Mets Blog

Lo Hud Yankees Blog

Mets Merized

NY Baseball Digest

Pinstripe Alley

Pinstriped Bible

River Ave. Blues

Son of Steinbrenner

Sox Vs. Stripes

Yankees United

Yanks Go Yard

Zell’s Pinstriple Blog


Classless Jets

Jersey Jets Fan




Blue Seats Blogs

The NY Rangers Blog


Double G Sports

HowiGit’s Boston Sports Blog

Ultimate Boston Sports


Easy Recipes For Beginners 

Todd Giannattasio

Tresnic Media 

Fantasy Sports

Fantasy Fortunes

Individually, I did a little better yesterday than I did on Thursday. I went 12-4 on Friday and have seemed to pick the opposite winner in every ‘5 vs. 12’ match-up with the exception of Michigan State.

Today’s Rundown(Teams in bold are my personal bracket pick; teams in italics were supposed to lose in Round 1, but didn’t so I’ll pick them today)

Today’s Record: 4-4

Update(10:45PM): Kansas State rolls by BYU.

Update(10:40PM): Kentucky blows out Wake Forest, 90-60.

Update(8:00PM): #11 Washington is in commanding control of #3 New Mexico.

Update(7:58PM): Baylor handles Old Dominion.

Update(7:55PM): My bracket is now in the garbage.

Update(7:52PM): I can’t believe I’m about to report this, but my girlfriend(who has never watched basketball before) picked Northern Iowa over Kansas. At least one of us knows basketball.

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The Yankees have made it clear that they will trade either Sergio Mitre or Chad Gaudin before Opening Day. The 5th Starter picture is somewhat vague, so these two are battling it out for a spot in the bullpen. So who should stay? Who should go? We’ll let’s look at last night’s results(6-2 Loss vs. Tampa Bay): continue reading…

We were able to bounce back yesterday as Xavier posted a first-round victory over Minnesota, 65-54. Today, we will pick another NCAA Tournament game to extend our streak to two.

The Matchup: 1:05 PM #10 Saint Mary’s Gaels vs. #2 Villanova Wildcats..

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So our first day did not go so well. I finished with an embarrassing 8-8 record. Before today’s action begins, let’s just reflect on the fact the nation’s best conference(The Big East) should have went 0-4 yesterday. Villanova got bailed out by the referees in OT, Georgetown forgot to show up, Marquette stopped playing defense, and Notre Dame choked like usual. We’ll see what today holds for the other Big East teams in the field(Syracuse, West Virginia, Louisville). Let the Madness begin…Updates all day……

Today’s Record: 12-4

Update (12:40AM): Maryland takes care of Houston to give us a solid 12-4 record on Day 2. Thanks for following, check back in tomorrow afternoon for coverage of Round 2! continue reading…

As the Draft continues to draw closer, let’s take a look at another need on defense for Big Blue: depth at defensive tackle.

GM Jerry Reese has always been a big advocate of drafting positional value, and he loves strengthening the trenches. Defensive tackle is a big need – Fred Robbins is gone; Rocky Bernard was a bust in his first season with the Giants; Chris Canty barely played in 2009. With Robbins gone and questions surrounding Canty and Bernard, there is a big weakness in the front four. continue reading…