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MLB’s Top 10 Surprise Players of 2009 »

Every year, teams go all out to put the right pieces together. The major league offseason is filled with free agent signings, blockbuster trades, top prospect call-ups. With all these event going down, any club would take the extra bonus of having a player who has a great season out of nowhere. When a guy who is expected to ride the bench all [...]

New York Yankees Still Wait to Learn Burnett’s »

As a baseball season reaches its final month of regular season games, you should be able to tell what you have in a first-year player. You usually know well before that. We figured out by the All-Star break that Mark Teixeira was well worth the investment. Same goes for CC Sabathia. Nick Swisher was a bit more tricky, but as the summer wore on it [...]

Peter Abraham Leaving Journal News for Boston Globe »

According to the Journal News, the Blog Father Peter Abraham is leaving the Journal News as he is jumping ship and will cover and blog about the Red Sox for the Boston Globe next season making him the anti-Johnny Damon. Red Sox fans are getting a damn good journalist. Hopefully they appreciate him, I’m sure they will. He will be [...]

David Robertson Started Rehab »

The New York Yankees right handed reliever David Robertson, who threw from 60 feet yesterday, said he felt good, and will do it again today before tonight’s game against the Seattle Mariners. If all goes well he is estimated to return by September 28th. The Yankees have no need to rush Robertson back this season, but they’re going to [...]

N.Y.’s Juan Miranda Has Pop, Just Sad Mark »

Via Peter Abraham, we’ve learned that Juan Miranda will be joining the Yankees in Seattle tonight. His season with Scranton ended last night when they lost 3-2 in 12 innings to the Durham Bulls in the International League Championship. Miranda played in five games for the Bombers last year, amassing 14 plate appearances. He collected four [...]

ESPN Can Lead Us to the Yankees, but It Can’t »

I know I'm a little late to the party on this one, but I'm on vacation, so bear with me. By now, everyone who cares about such things has heard of and probably seen footage of the skirmish between the New York Yankees and Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday. For those who haven't, here's a recap. The Bronx Bombers jumped out to a 2-0 lead behind Sergio [...]

The New York Week That Was (9/18/09) »

When we last saw the Jets, the comedy team of Eric Mangini and Brett Favre were sabotaging the season. Favre confessed that he had a torn biceps tendon, but he’s just covering up for his arm—it wasn’t torn, it was drunk. The team was even fined for the subterfuge. New and improved coach Rex Ryan gave a pregame speech to [...]

Yankee Clippers: Is Any Team up to Taking down New »

It's been nine long years since the New York Yankees won their last World Series. It was the year 2000 and the Yankees had won their third straight title. Bill Clinton was in office, the average price of a gallon of gas was $1.60 and I was only 11 years old! In fact, the Yankees have only made a World Series appearance twice since then, the [...]

Two Yankees Minor League Teams Win Titles »

Last night, two Yankees minor league affiliates won championship titles: the high-A Tampa Yankees and the short season-A Staten Island Yankees. The Tampa Yankees rode a five-hitter by Trent Lare to capture the title. This team has been a truly great team for the Yankees minor league system this season. They have a nice mix of some of their top [...]

Ian Kennedy Pitches Three Strong Innings for Scranton »

Ian Kennedy continued his great return from aneurysm surgery last night as he pitched three perfect innings for the Scranton Yankees. Over three innings, he allowed no hits, no walks, and stuck out six. He needed just 46 pitches to get it done and of those 28 were strikes. It was the first time Kennedy pitched as high as triple-A since April. [...]

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