Posts Tagged ‘Yankee Stadium’

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The Pope’s of Hip Hop ready to take over the Cathedral

May 13, 2010

The Renegades are set to make Hip Hop history

Rap superstars Jay-Z and Eminem announced yesterday on ESPN and YES that they will team-up for two monster Hip Hop shows in September.  The duo spent a few minutes in the booth with Michael Kay and company Wednesday night and said the first show will take place at Comerica Park in Detroit on September 2nd.  The final show of the “home and home series” will touch down in New York on September 13 at the brand new Yankee Stadium.  It will be the first concert ever at the new Cathedral and tickets for both shows go on sale June 12th.  Read the rest of this entry ?

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The artist formerly known as Joba?

March 18, 2010

When you’re coming off a 27th World Championship, and add a Cy-young candidate to an already stacked starting rotation, there’s not much to complain about with the Yankees.   However, yesterday it was reported in some papers that Joba Chamberlain was “pitching for his life” against the Phillies in Spring Training. 

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Top 10 NY Sports Moments of 2009

December 30, 2009

...where dreams are made of

As 2009 comes to a close, and Luis Castillo drops the ball  in Times Square, we reflect on those moments (good or bad) in the past year that made New York sports entertaining, frustrating, and memorable.  Players went down, new players arrived, and even a Championship was won for the city.  Tears were shed, fans jumped for joy, and in a time of recession sports provided us with an outlet to escape. 

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. is P*$$y!!!!!!!!!!!

November 19, 2009

Ask De la Hoya... You don't want it with Pacman

Yeah I said it…. I used to love the hype Floyd, real talk you were my favorite fighter since Tyson man. The Oscar fight when you wore the Mexican flag colors on your shorts, you brought the chicken out at the conference, that was classic. When you fought against Hatton I was at a bar in Manhattan and everyone was cheering for Ricky. On TV all you can hear were the chants from English supporters and the waving of the Union Jack. I was tight over that, we were in “our” country and America wasnt representing. Then you came out to Bruce fucking Springsteen, lip synching his Born in the USA lyrics before proceeding to whoop his ass.

my ranting after the jump…

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