Most baseball fans in attendance, and watching on TV, will remember last nights Yankee game for the heartbreaking way the season came to an end at the expense of the Red Sox. For many other fans, especially here in the Capital Region, we will remember the heartwarming way the game began: with classy, warm, touching tribute that honored the victims of the Schoharie tragedy.
I seriously can't wait for these two teams to battle it out in the ALDS starting on Friday night. I'm a lifelong Yankee fan and nothing would please me more than to beat the Sox and advance one step closer to the World Series. I'm also a realist. This is a very tough task as the Red Sox have had a monster year winning a million games. Who are you taking between these two heated - and hated - riva
Ryan, my seven year old, has been to a lot of different sporting events and concerts, but last weekend, he had an experience of a lifetime that I think all of us that are Yankee fans wish we could. Now I think I need to pull back some expectations.
When Shaker grad Tommy Kahnle was drafted by the Yankees in 2010 it was a dream come true for the local flamethrowing pitcher. Last night, he was called upon to prevent a Bronx nightmare from happening when he entered the game in the 8th inning, the lead in jeopardy, and the Yankee season on the line. Latham, New York stand up!! Your hometown boy was filthy last night.
While the Yankee win last night was quite satisfying, there was nothing enjoyable about the top of the 6th inning. That's when Bronx Bomber catcher Gary Sanchez got drilled right in the jewels by a foul ball he couldn't hang on to. It was a painful night even though the Yanks won the game. However I feel like we all may have died a little on the inside when Gary had a moment, that was quite sca
I have always been a Yankee fan but more importantly a Derek Jeter fan so when I had an opportunity to meet him in 2015, it was a dream come true. It was a once in a lifetime chance, and I actually made him laugh.