JeterBoots

On Wednesday night, the Astros celebrated the lengthy career of future Hall of Famer Derek Jeter of the Yankees. His former teammates, Roger Clemens and Andy Pettitte, were in attendance as the Astros presented the first gifts of the tour. And they’re memorable … OK, so the first of the gifts goes to the overall […]

Each week, I still receive my copy of Sports Illustrated in the mail. Sure, I peruse the SI.com in my daily round-up of news and opinions. I give Jimmy Traina’s “Hot Clicks” a spin. There is still something special about the cover of SI. The photograph is always frame-worthy, and the accompanying athlete profile or […]

Baseball pundits and Yankees fans were concerned about the pitching staff entering the 2012 season. They couldn’t have anticipated a series of random injuries and circumstances would devastate the rotation and remove The Closer from the equation. CC Sabathia was placed on the disabled list because of a groin injury that he sustained during the […]

Wednesday Fantasy Baseball Notes Alex Rodriguez, NYY: Rodriguez hit two home runs in support of Andy Pettitte, who picked up his second win in three starts since returning from retirement. Rodriguez’s home runs were his sixth and seventh of the season, bringing his career total to 636. He hadn’t homered since May 6. Andy Pettitte, […]

You didn’t think it was going to just go along quickly without a blip or two, did you? On Thursday morning, Judge Reggie Walton declared a mistrial after prosecutors introduced information from Laurie Pettitte. It was a move cautioned against in pre-trial hearings, a move to play the games “electricity” or “telephone” (Andy told Laurie […]