Post with 1 note
The overachieving trio of Hafner, Overbay and Wells come through once again! Leading the Yankees to a 6-4 win over the Orioles in 10 innings
Post with 1 note
“We’ve made a lot of enemies the last 20 years. People want to take advantage if we’re down. Our job is to say we’re not down. Our job is to prove we’re not down. Our job is to find a way and we expect to do that.” -Brian Cashman
A lot of people are saying this year’s Yankees have a very good chance of missing the playoffs & possibly winning less than 90 games. I’m excited about the low expectations though. Overcoming the odds & proving the doubters wrong is always satisfying. I’m also looking forward to the bandwagon fans being exposed if the Yanks end up not doing so good this year. So in the end, its a win/win in my opinion lol
Photo with 25 notes
Brett: “Wtf is that?! A Bird? A plane?…”
Curtis: “There ain’t nothing up there man, you’ve been smoking the funny shit again huh..”
Photo with 30 notes
Let’s do this for The Captain! #Mission28 ain’t over yet, ain’t over by a long shot!
Yankees are 4-9 in their last 13 games. It’s been a tough few weeks, but they’re still hanging on to a 1 game lead in the AL East. With one month left in the season, NOW’S the time to worry when the team plays bad like this. Tense, anxiety filled days lie ahead for Yankees fans.
Post with 7 notes
From ‘96-‘09 critics said Derek Jeter was “overrated”. In ‘2010-early ‘11 he was “washed up”. He plays GREAT this year he’s “using PED’s”. Smh.. It never ends. Critics will always find some way to downplay or throw dirt all over Jeter’s accomplishments/ability.
Photo with 35 notes
Derek Jeter posing awkwardly lol next to his 3000 hit statue during the awards ceremony last year. I was at the game that day..
Post with 2 notes
Has baseball ever seen a bigger bunch of whiners & complainers than the Red Sox teams of the past couple years? Damn.. You wanna talk about a team cursed with injuries & bad breaks? How about the Yankees losing Rivera, Pettitte, Robertson, Chamberlain, Rodriguez, Sabathia, Gardner.. the list of Yankees players missing significant time due to injuries is ridiculously long, but yet they’ve overcome them all to have the AL’s best record & a substantial lead in the AL East.
Photo with 3 notes
Robinson Cano showing off that sweet swing during the 2011 Home Run Derby
Photo with 53 notes
Derek Jeter’s teammates celebrate after he hits a HR for his 3000th hit. What a moment.
Page 1 of 5