Tag Archives: New York Yankees

Where were they then – Richie Sexson

If you were compiling a list of players better at fantasy baseball than real baseball, Richmond Lockwood Sexson (I feel like there should be a ‘III’ behind that) would probably be at or near the top of said list.  Despite … Continue reading

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Greinke To Milwaukee; Fox Scraps Plans For “The Scout 2”

Talk about fallout. Twenty First Century Fox, already in advanced pre-production, has been forced to scrap plans for potential blockbuster “The Scout 2”. Fox Studios, like many in the baseball business, thought a Greinke-to-the-Yankees deal was all but inevitable. With … Continue reading

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Headlines/pictures no longer required to be relevant to the article

As a Cardinal fan, when I’m perusing the nets for an interesting read and come across the headline: “Cubs Saving up for Pujols?”  I can’t help but be intrigued.  Upon clicking the link, I expected to read something about the … Continue reading

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Yankees To Cliff Lee; “Who Needed You Anyways?”

Just when you thought the Yankees couldn’t get any better, this happens. Jilted by slightly above-average lefty Cliff Lee the New York Yankees went out and signed someone better. The Been Stew kept you all abreast of Mark Prior’s comeback … Continue reading

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Carl Crawford To The Royals? Why Not?

Here’s a pretty in-depth look into what a team may be getting into if they choose to sign Carl Crawford to a long-term deal. The article is written from the standpoint of the Kansas City Royals but offers up a … Continue reading

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The Jeter Negotiations

We’ve all heard how Derek Jeter’s agent Casey Close is “baffled” by the Yankees’ negotiations with their franchise shortstop.  But it wasn’t till now that we know the context of that comment.  In a Been Stew exclusive, here’s the transcript … Continue reading

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Yankees Have Moment Of Silence For Dude Who Caught That Foul Ball That One Time

In life there are three types of people; those going to hell and those going to heaven. Then, there are those going to…ultra-heaven. Known simply to us underprivileged losers as “Yankees fans”, these faithful fanatics are obviously on a higher … Continue reading

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Edit: Playoff Predictions

A concussed Justin Morneau didn’t cheer hard enough from the dugout and the Stew’s darkhorse pick for the Series was ousted from the playoffs. As is the custom of recent times, the Yankees were the team doing the ousting. Once … Continue reading

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Stirring The Pot – 2010 Playoff Predictions

What sort of baseball blog that no one reads would we be if there weren’t any playoff predictions? Neither the Cardinals or the Cubs are in the playoffs this year so these are about as unbiased as they can be. … Continue reading

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The Next 300 Game Winner Will Not Be…

CC Sabathia apparently. It wasn’t too long ago that Sabathia was being tabbed as the most likely pitcher to have a shot at the 300 win milestone. It’s hard to say when the next hurler to reach that number will … Continue reading

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