Yanks 3, Cards 2 #SixPackOfWins

April 15, 2017By Patrick Moran

Last night I said the New York Yankees were victorious in one of the more exciting games I’ve seen in quite some time.  This afternoon they won in one if the weirder ones. The Bombers did a lot of whiffing at the plate; striking out a franchise record-tying 17 times.  However, they also drew eight … Read More

Yanks 4, Cards 3 #ClutchClippard

April 14, 2017By Patrick Moran

Watching winning baseball is a lot of fun. While I wouldn’t exactly say the world’s at my feet, at least I had a handful of respectful Friday night options.  Ultimately I decided to reward the New York Yankees for a solid week of work by grabbing a pizza, two liter of cola and staying in … Read More

Favorite 100 Songs of the 80s: (#93) Sir Kenny Loggins – Danger Zone

April 14, 2017By Patrick Moran

Let’s make one thing abundantly clear before proceeding. When  on the pages of MoranAlytics you’ll refer to Kenny Loggins as “Sir” Kenny Loggins.  You’ll do so without fail.  Neglecting to address the utlimate movie soundtrack performer of all the times as anything other than Sir Kenny Loggins will find you eternally banished in these eyes. If … Read More

Yanks 3, Rays 2 #SevyAndHicksShow

April 13, 2017By Patrick Moran

It took nine games to arrive there but the New York Yankees got over the .500 hump tonight. Aaron Hicks went deep twice to deliver all the offense, Luis Severino was superb on the bump and the highly touted tandem of Dellin Betances and Aroldis Chapman closed the door on the Tampa Rays as the … Read More

Bills: Damn you, Ian Rapoport

April 13, 2017By Patrick Moran

I woke up this morning and within minutes was ready to throw up all over my laptop rather than enjoy my breakfast.  It’s not attributed to food poisoning, drinking expired milk or an illness such as cough due to cold No, it’s because of a Tweet from NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport—that bastard. According to Rapoport … Read More

Yanks 8 , Rays 4 #AaronJudge&Jury

April 12, 2017By Patrick Moran

Through four innings at least, the Tampa Rays completely muzzled the sweltering New York Yankee bats. The way the Bomber offense is going these days, that’s not nearly enough. The Yanks trailed, 3-0 going into their half of the fifth inning before exploding for eight unanswered runs over the next three frames and winning, 8-4 It’s … Read More

Tim Murray Is The Best At Press Conferences

April 12, 2017By Patrick Moran

I hope the Buffalo Sabres can begin reversing their fortunes next season, if for no other incentive than Tim Murray staying on as general manager forever.  Unlike so many executives and their vanilla commentary, a Tim Murray presser is typically pure gold. Whereas the Sabres 2016-17 campaign yet again left fans disenchanted, Wednesday’s 31 minute, … Read More