Thoughts On Aaron Boone Becoming Yankees Manager

December 2, 2017By Patrick Moran

In what I’ll call at least semi-surprising news Friday night, several reports emerged that the New York Yankees are naming Aaron Boone as the franchise’s 35th all-time manager, replacing the departed Joe Girardi.  Boone was the winner in a six-person interview process that included Carlos Beltran, Hensley Muelens, Eric Wedge, Rob Thompson and Chris Woodward. … Read More

Yanks: Thoughts On Aaron Judge Not Winning MVP

November 16, 2017By Patrick Moran

Earlier this week Aaron Judge won American League Rookie of the Year and was vying to be just the third player ever to win top rookie and MVP. It didn’t happen. Jose Altuve was named American League MVP Thursday evening, with Judge finishing a rather distant second. MORAN-ALYTICS TAKE: Let’s not get it twisted, Yankee … Read More

Radko Gudas’ Bitch Ass Should Be Thrown In Jail

November 16, 2017By Patrick Moran

If Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas didn’t pull the biggest piece of shit move in the NHL this season tonight I’d hate to see what topped it. Forget getting thrown out of the game chopping Winnipeg’s Mathieu Perrault in the first period…. He did.  Forget just getting suspended either.  This asshole should flat-out get arrested … Read More

Thoughts On Joe Girardi Out As Yankees Manager

October 26, 2017By Patrick Moran

Considering how tantalizingly close the New York Yankees came to reaching the World Series, it somewhat took me back when the team today announced it wouldn’t renew Joe Girardi’s contract and that he’s out as manager. While Girardi not returning isn’t shocking, the fact the decision wasn’t mutual is unanticipated to say the least, to … Read More

“Cupcake” Jose Ramirez Should Delete His Twitter

October 12, 2017By Patrick Moran

Cleveland Indians third basemen Jose Ramirez is a great baseball player coming off a breakout regular season that’ll likely see him finish third in the American League MVP voting behind Jose Altuve and Aaron Judge.  Ramirez set career-highs by hitting .318 with 29 homers, 83 RBI, 107 runs scored and a .957 OPS. For all … Read More

Thoughts On Yankees Winning The ALDS

October 12, 2017By Patrick Moran

I’m still pinching myself.  After the Yankees blew a five run lead and choked away game two to fall down 2-0 to the Indians, I figured the last thing I’d be doing Thursday morning was carving a reactionary piece following the Bombers pulling off one of, if not their most improbable comebacks I personally can … Read More

Don’t @ Me: October 9, 2017

October 9, 2017By Patrick Moran

Don’t @ Me: Considering I’m a lifelong New York Yankees fan, Joe Girardi blowing game two literally bothered me all weekend. Still, I’ve made my peace with it and have been willing to accept whatever happens.  I fully expected to see New York finished off last night but their resilience was amazing.  The most enjoyable … Read More

Hot Taekery: Thoughts On Yanks Acquiring Gray

July 31, 2017By Patrick Moran

The New York Yankees swung for the fences on today’s MLB trade deadline, acquiring Sonny Gray from the Oakland A’s in exchange for prospects Jorge Mateo, Dustin Fowler and James Kaprielian. It wasn’t so much defining the Yanks as buyers or sellers, they’re quite obviously the former, but this was a long term actual baseball trade.  … Read More

Yanks Are Hot… And So Am I

July 26, 2017By Patrick Moran

The New York Yankees are hot again and considering it’s currently 93 degrees in my residence of Bradenton, Florida—I am as well. To hell with this heat! Seeing I’m sure you only care about the former, the Bombers used yet another splendid start by Luis Severino on the mound to coincide with the offense tallying … Read More

Hot Taekery: Thoughts On Yanks/White Sox Trade

July 19, 2017By Patrick Moran

If there were any doubt the Yankees would be buyers or sellers before the July 31 MLB trade deadline, it was resolved emphatically Tuesday night by general manager Brian Cashman.  The Yanks undoubtedly have entered “win now” mode after dealing three prospects including prized 2016 first-rounder Blake Rutherford to the Chicago White Sox for infielder … Read More