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Archive for October, 2009

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Mike Scioscia's Tragic Illness: Mike took on the same Paul Oberjuerge piece that I did...True Blue L.A...and so did Eric Stephen.Los Angeles Times: T.J. Simers writes that the Dodgers have a dynamic duo in Andre Ethier and Matt Kemp. You know they must be good if they motivated Simers to write a positive article. In fact, that might be the most [...]

AJ Burnett Is Key to The Yankees’ Postseason »

As I watched Tuesday night's game, the biggest positive impact was that AJ Burnett appears to back on the upswing.  Over his last 24.2 innings, he has allowed only 18 hits, four ERs, 10 BBs and recorded 27 Ks. His ERA over that stretch is 1.46, and his WHIP is 1.14. The patently inconsistent pitcher had a terrible August and early September, but [...]

The Staten Island Yankee Quartet »

The recent Yankees draft strategy has been to take guys who are signability cases. While this is definitely the right move for a team with the financial resources, there is a downside to this plan. While other teams have their top picks playing in short season leagues, the Yankees are still negotiating. By the time the Yankees get all of their top [...]

Did the New York Yankees Get a Positive Return on »

By Ryan of The Sportmeisters Even in the recession America is facing today, the biggest financial powerhouses in baseball, the New York Yankees, still found a way to spend near $500 million dollars to three players—pitchers CC Sabathia (seven years, $161 million) and AJ Burnett (five years, $82 million), and 1B Mark Teixeira (eight years, $180 [...]

Rich Harden: Free Agent at the End of the Season »

Over the course of his career, Rich Harden has been a maddeningly frustrating pitcher. At times, Harden looks like the best pitcher on the planet because he has the stuff to be one of the most dominating pitchers in baseball.But every year it seems as though Harden's progression is set back by injuries. Since 2005, Harden has spent ample time [...]

All Worn Out by Jobamania in the Bronx »

I don't want to talk about him anymore. I just don't. I've already done it here, and here, and here, and here. It's all too much at this point. But I don't have a choice. I write a Yankees Web log and Joba Chamberlain is the biggest story about the Yankees as the postseason approaches. I am tied to him, and he is tied to me. I kind of feel like [...]

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