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Phil Hughes pitched a complete game gem today against Justin Verlander, holding the potent Tigers offense to just one Prince Fielder solo home run and guiding the Yankees to a 5-1 victory. But before the final out, a fan jumped onto the field, approached Yankee right fielder Nick Swisher and greeted him with some sort of handshake/fist pump/high-five.
For those of you who are married, or in a relationship, you most likely are familiar with the term “free pass.” My free pass is Nick Swisher, and, luckily for me, I got to meet him.
Rather than project an image of Defcon 1-level panic, the New York Post is taking a decidedly measured approach on the day of the Yankees’ elimination game 6 against the Texas Rangers.
When Nick Swisher was being interviewed by Kim Jones today after his two run, bottom-of-the-ninth homer, a pie was expected. Unluckily for Jones, a runaway piece of shaving cream hit her square on the noggin.
New York City’s answer to the soccer WAGs traipsing around after the recent World Cup? Yankees WAGs!
In this week’s version of movers and shakers, we look at the LeBron effect, rookie hype, how chicks (and everyone else) dig the long ball, and what happens when you get traded for the best in the game.
Worry no more about one of the most egregious All-Star Game snubs in recent memory – the Reds’ Joey Votto will indeed make the trip out to Anaheim July 13 after fans voted him in to the last spot on the National League’s roster.
A much-publicized PR project titled “Go Red!” rings the “spirit of ’75″ as the Reds and Red Sox are matched again in their joint campaigns to recruit votes from fans.