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MLB’S LEGAL PROCESS OF A-ROD SUSPENSION SMACKS OF ILLEGALITY

Posted March 30, 2014 by Diane M. Grassi

There are some rather egregious main issues post-arbitration for A-rod, that have yet to get much emphasis by those either in the mainstream press or in the legal sports media. And those issues have left many MLB fans still scratching their heads.

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MLB’s Haves and Have-Nots Not StubHub’s Fault

Posted October 9, 2012 by Diane M. Grassi

The StubHub operation and MLB’s goals in relationship to StubHub is worthy of some attention after their initial five pact comes to an end this fall.

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A Thing or Two About That A-Rod Story
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A Thing or Two About That A-Rod Story

Posted February 22, 2009 by YankTank

  Hypocrisy is a fashionable vice, and all fashionable vices pass for virtue. -Moliere I am the proud owner of a blue iPod mini that I received as a Christmas present in 2004. Now every time I use it, I feel like Josh Baskin toiling away on his turn-of-the-century Macintosh. The reason for this being that [...]

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The 2008 Yankees: A study in hindsight
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The 2008 Yankees: A study in hindsight

Posted September 12, 2008 by mw2828

Ah, baseball optimism. It springs eternal in those endless, freezing winter months. Here were my prognostications regarding the 2008 Yankees, surely bound for glory, before cruel reality could intervene. Hindsight wisdom located within parenthesis. Special props to Fire Joe Morgan, the forerunners of this journalistic style… I guess. Whatever.

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A Tale of Two Cities: Schilling’s shocking discovery of New York-Boston animosity
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A Tale of Two Cities: Schilling’s shocking discovery of New York-Boston animosity

Posted September 11, 2008 by YankTank

“Wise men speak because they have something to say; fools because they have to say something.” -Plato Curt Schilling reminds me of the generic and requisite Real World stock character: the cantankerous jackass who falsely assumes his “candor” is anything more than pathetic and offensive white noise. The guy whose audition tape sounds something like, [...]

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Gaming Congress- Yanks Could Strike Out
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Gaming Congress- Yanks Could Strike Out

Posted September 6, 2008 by Diane M. Grassi

At a time when NYC and NY state are both eliminating important public services due to budget shortfalls, as are many states across the country, it  is incumbent for taxpayers to know far more comprehensively the machinations of the public financing of its stadiums.

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The Frustration of 2008
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The Frustration of 2008

Posted August 21, 2008 by cernig

You may hate to say it, but if you’re a Yankees’ fan you may just have to swallow some pride and admit it. Yesterday’s 11-4 loss to the Angels may have been the “nail in the coffin” for 2008. Out in Anaheim for a three-game set, a place the Yankees never seem to be able [...]

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Baseball in the Big Crab Apple
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Baseball in the Big Crab Apple

Posted June 23, 2008 by teekay

This season has been a trying one thus far for Gotham’s baseball faithful. With the Mets and Yankees both floundering around the .500 mark the idea of a postseason sans New York has become a very real possibility. And the events of this past week, for the teams on both sides of town, have certainly [...]

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