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Mets and Yankees Spring Training TV Schedule »

Spring Training games are a week away. I, like I'm sure most of you, have baseball fever, right? If you can not get down to Florida to see any of the games in person, don't worry. The Mets and Yankees have once again released a schedule consisting of 16 Spring Training games that will be televised. The first Mets televised spring game is March [...]

Brett Gardner Daily Update No. 16 »

Brett Gardner wandered out onto the main field at the New York Yankees training facility in Tampa. He looked around and paused to take in all the sounds and sights of this Florida day. The sky was the most incredible cerulean blue with not a hint of a cloud anywhere. The grass was a green that could only be described by a native of Ireland. And [...]

A New York Yankee Fan Rewrites the Ending to »

In a great baseball movie that had to warm the hearts of all Boston Red Sox fans, Jimmy Fallon played the role of an insane Boston Red Sox fan whose life revolved around the season tickets he had inherited from his uncle.   Fallon’s character was a math teacher who fell in love with Drew Barrymore, a yuppie executive climbing the ladder [...]

Join Us for a Live Chat During New York Yankees’ »

Yankees position players are officially due in camp today, but they won’t start playing games until March 3. They take on the Pittsburgh Pirates in a 1:05 p.m. game that will be televised on the YES Network. Join us as we’ll be hosting a live chat during the game. Watch the game with some of the Bronx Baseball Daily writers, [...]

In the Wake of Hurricane (Johnny) Damon »

There has been a lot of talk about Johnny Damon this offseason. Nothing seems able to stop it: Not the Yankees replacing him in the lineup with Nick Johnson and signing Randy Winn, leaving no room in the outfield, or even Damon signing a contract with a different team could stop it. When Damon says stuff like this, he becomes [...]

Sergio Mitre and Chad Gaudin Have Non-Guaranteed »

One of the first things I said when the Yankees signed Chan Ho Park the other night was that his deal would make more sense if the Yankees moved Chad Gaudin. Part of my reasoning was that for the past few weeks, the Yankees have been talking budget. It didn’t make sense to spend $1.2 million, even if it was a good deal, on your sixth [...]

A Bad Sign for Christian Garcia »

Christian Garcia is a 24-year-old right-handed pitcher with a mid-90s fastball, one of the best curveball’s in the Yankees system, and a strong changeup. He’s just about proven everything in the minor leagues except the ability to stay healthy. He was expected to start last season with the Trenton Thunder with a good chance that [...]

The Best $2.5 Million George Steinbrenner Ever Refused »

"28 in 2010" is the newfound battle cry of the resurgent Yankee dynasty. However, "27 since 2007" might be a more meaningful one this week. Just 28 months ago, on a Wednesday evening at the team's Legends Field training complex in Tampa, George Steinbrenner gathered his two sons, team president Randy Levine, Brian Cashman, and several others [...]

Nick Johnson’s Injury History »

Newsday ran down a list of Nick Johnson ’s injuries that he’s incurred over his career. I’m not going to copy that list word for word exactly, but they should get all the credit for this post. I just think they way they laid it out was poor and the information is just wrong in one instance (they said he was injured in his second [...]

Kei Igawa: Yankees Try To Salvage Their Pitching »

According to Joel Sherman of the NY Post, in an effort to salvage even a little bit of the $46 million they invested in him, the Yankees will use Kei Igawa strictly as a left-handed reliever in spring training and could even use him in that spot once the season starts, even if he’s in the minor leagues. The Yankees have to do something with [...]

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