You should see how scared he looks when he's batting.
Two bucks. That's too much for a 13-inch TV in Tennessee.
They have powerful swings, yet incredibly weak grips.
It's not just a banner ad, it's a YANKEES banner ad.
We all benefit if Red Sox fans don't reproduce.
"We've heard that there are plenty of options available, including at least three South American supermodels, two actresses, and four porn stars, but Derek hasn't finalized anything yet," Yankee general manager Brian Cashman said. "It's a concern. You hope to have these things out of the way by now so he can focus on baseball. Plus, it doesn't only affect him. What is the YES Network going to do if they can't cut to some hot chick every time Derek comes up to bat?"
The pressure on Jeter to finalize a girlfriend takes on extra importance in light of Alex Rodriguez dating former WWE diva Torrie Wilson, meaning if nothing changes, YES would be forced to decide between shots of a muscular woman in her late 30s or no player girlfriends at all.
"It's okay for one of them to start the season without a hot girlfriend but for both of them to not be dating anyone worthy of gossiping about? That's just disrespecting the whole organization, I'm ashamed to be their teammates at this point," Yankees right fielder Nick Swisher said. "I really hope they step up and do the right thing."
The blogosphere did briefly heat up last month with news that Yankee outfielder Brett Gardner had begun dating a supporting actress from several Broadway musicals but when this was brought up to Yankee co-owner Hank Steinbrenner, he laughed saying that he'd rather "put the camera on a drunken hobo pissing in the alley."
Picture Hipster Babe Ruth
He hit home runs before everyone started doing it.
Picture This Sports Fan Has No Friends
He also likes the Patriots and Red Wings and Duke basketball and Alabama football.
"I am proud of what we accomplished with this movie," said Brad Pitt. "But sometimes it doesn't matter how smart you are or how much you try, a big budget film just destroys everything else."
"Yankees 2011" was directed by James Cameron his first film since 2009's "Avatar."
"Could the story have been better? Less contrived? Sure," said Cameron. "Was the writing obvious and cliched? No doubt. But the special effects were amazing. Between all of the effects and the marketing that was put behind it, I am convinced that by the end of 'Yankees 2011', the audience actually believed the 2011 Yankees were a great team. Now that's impressive storytelling."
Academy Award voters insist that they are not affected by a movie studio's Oscar push P.R., but it would be hard to remember "Moneyball" in light of the promotional blitz put on for "Yankees 2011." From the Yankees, voters received a baseball signed by everyone on the team, a personal visit from Derek Jeter, free season tickets to every home game at Yankee Stadium and $50,000 cash. From "Moneyball" producers, voters received an e-mail from former A's first baseman Scott Hatteberg.