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Peter Abraham’s Move from Yankees to Red Sox »

The Yankees-Red Sox rivalry is one of the biggest in sports, and as the two teams are getting closer to a possible 2004 rematch, it is hard to imagine the showdown becoming more intense. It seems that the rivalry may have spilled over into the writers thanks to beat reporter Peter Abraham of the Journal News. Abraham, who is originally from the [...]

Looking Ahead: New York Yankees 2010 Starting Rotation »

A good portion of the success of the 2009 Yankees comes from the team’s starting rotation. A weak point last year, the rotation was bolstered by the additions of C.C. Sabathia and A.J. Burnett. Along with returning starters Andy Pettitte, Chien Ming Wang, and Joba Chamberlain, C.C. and A.J. have returned the Yankees to a state of strong [...]

Joba Chamberlain’s Lack of Results Directly Tied »

This is my first post for Bronx Baseball Daily, and what better topic to lead off with than Joba Chamberlain, who must own the record for most words written about a pitcher with a 94 ERA+. I think everyone knows the story by now: Joba was the hottest pitcher after the All-Star Break, and there was a time you could make a serious case for him being [...]

New York Yankees-Los Angeles Angels Series Preview »

The Yankees (95-55) begin a three-game set with the playoff-contending Angels (89-60) tonight. Head-to-Head: The Yanks have already won four out of six against the Halos this season, and have won all three in Los Angeles. This is a pivotal series because of the potential rematch in the ALCS this postseason. Series [...]

Today’s Magic Number: Roger Maris »

Former Deadspin editor Will Leitch has come up with an admirable way to pay tribute to the former players of his favorite franchise while avoiding a jinx on their chance at a division crown. The St. Louis Cardinals hold a 9.5 game lead over the Cubs in the NL Central. With 18 games remaining in the season, that puts their magic number at 11. [...]

Robertson Returning Soon; Guadin in Rotation »

A couple of notes via Peter Abraham of the Journal News: Right handed pitcher David Robertson threw for the third time in the past week and seems ready to take the next step in his rehab from elbow pain. He could be pitching by this weekend. “I really liked what I saw when he was throwing. He was letting it go,” Yankees manager Joe [...]

Aroldis Chapman Nearly Ready for Free Agency »

According to Melissa Segura of SI.com, Cuban defector and left handed pitcher Aroldis Chapman has been granted residency by the small European country Andorra, which clears the biggest hurdle in the process of becoming a free agent pitcher. Chapman’s Andorran residency clears the first and most difficult of the three major hurdles to [...]

Why This Week Could Decide How the New York »

The Yankees' magic number to clinch a playoff spot is just one, but what they do once they reach the postseason may be decided this week. New York (95-55) opens with a three-game series at its recent nemesis and AL West leaders, the Los Angeles Angels (89-60), and then returns home for a final three-game set against the arch rival and Wild [...]

It’s Time To Shut Down Joba Chamberlain »

It’s time to shut down Joba Chamberlain for the remainder of the year. Why? It's simple, he doesn’t have it anymore. Chamberlain was supposed to pitch five innings last night and get the win, what would have been his first since Aug. 6 against Boston. I’ve said it all year that Chamberlain should be in the rotation because [...]

Yankees-Mariners: Joba Chamberlain Rocked in Finale, »

Mark Teixeira and Sergio Mitre pitched in winning efforts, but Joba Chamberlain’s effort was a losing one and it counted the most. He gave up all seven runs in the 7-1 loss to the Mariners (78-72) as the Yankees (95-55) lost another series.   Quick ‘Cap The Mariners jumped on Chamberlain early for two runs in the first and [...]

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