The Boss wouldn’t have been happy about Yankees playoff exit

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George Steinbrenner must be rolling over in his grave. His New York Yankees were not only swept in their American League Championship Series (ALCS), they were humiliated both on and – thanks to Alex Rodriguez – off the field. And after witnessing the Bronx Bombers’ 8-1 loss in the series-clincher on Thursday, the impetuous Steinbrenner... Continue Reading →

But What Do I Know? … Derek Jeter, Dustin McGowan, Dick Williams

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My weekly opinions, observations and rants about some Canadian baseball stories (Please follow me on Twitter: @kevinglewsports):  With his homer off of Rays lefty David Price at Yankees Stadium yesterday, Derek Jeter joined the 3,000-hit club in style. For the record, 285 of his hits have been recorded against the Blue Jays (third most... Continue Reading →

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But What Do I Know? … John McDonald, Pat Gillick, Frank Thomas

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My weekly opinions, observations and rants about some Canadian baseball stories:  I’m not writing this to bash Derek Jeter, but those of us who follow the Toronto Blue Jays know that John McDonald is the best fielding shortstop in the American League.  If reports that the Padres will listen to offers for first... Continue Reading →

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The Twins can beat the mighty Yankees

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As a Canadian, I was disappointed to see that the pride of New Westminster, B.C., Justin Morneau, will be sidelined for the entire post-season as he continues to recover from a concussion. That makes Toronto, Ont., native, Jesse Crain, a Twins’ reliever, the only Canadian playing in the American League playoffs. The Canuck right-hander is... Continue Reading →

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