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Fantasy Baseball Tips 2010: Part II Evaluating »

I know I mentioned it yesterday, but it's really worth repeating: We're less than a week away from Opening Day of the Major League Baseball season. Wow! But with first pitch just days away, there is still a lot of preparation to be done, and I'm not talking about your favorite team deciding on their fifth starter. Nope, I'm talking about you [...]

2010 MLB Predictions: Robinson Cano Will Break Out »

The peaks and valleys of a Major League Baseball career are inevitable and are emotionally and physically difficult on players. A 20 game hitting streak can be followed by a 1-20 slump with one tweaked swing. Watching Robinson Cano over the years in pinstripes, he perfectly fits the bill of a streaky, peaks and valleys player. Cano broke into the [...]

Dear Baseball Fans, Alex Rodriguez Deserves Your »

Dear Baseball Fans, You can say what you want about Alex Rodriguez, but you can't say he doesn't care. Since the day he reached the major leagues at the ripe age of 18, he has done nothing but beg and plead for our respect, and in return we have done nothing more then point out his faults. I mean sure, each and every one of us has [...]

Another Look at the Yankees’ Farm System »

Thanks to Frankie Piliere we already got a look at some of the Yankee minor leaguers today through his scouting reports. Now, we’ll get more of a journalist's take on the Yankees farm system instead of a scout’s thanks to Jonathan Mayo of MLB.com. First, Mayo takes a look at players near the top of the system that should make the [...]

Joba Chamberlain: Built for the Bullpen »

What feels like the never-ending saga, still continues to drag on.   Does New York Yankees pitcher Joba Chamberlain, belongs in the starting rotation, or the bullpen?   The 24-year-old power pitcher has been stuck in the purgatory of pitching, as his administrators and managers have struggled to come to an agreement on where to send [...]

Press Release: Meet the SWB Yankees »

*****START***** The Scranton-Wilkes Barre Yankees just released about 50 tickets for the Meet the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees Dinner on April 7 at PNC Field in Scranton. There will be a private batting practice session at 3:45 p.m. followed by cocktails and light fare in the stadium restaurant. This will be followed by an autograph session [...]

New York Yankees Prospect Reports: Brackman, »

For those of you who love hearing about the Yankee minor leaguers, you are in luck. Over the past couple of days there have been a few stories discussing some of the players closest to the majors. Let’s take a look. First, on Sunday, former pro scout and current AOL Fan House writer, Frankie Piliere had some scouting notes specifically on [...]

Hit and Run: Mark Teixeira’s Elbow, »

It’s a good thing the season didn’t start today, because it probably couldn’t be raining much harder in New York. On to some news: - Mark Teixeira was hit on the elbow with a pitch yesterday. He left the game with what is being called a contusion and will be reevaluated today, but they don’t expect him to miss an extended [...]

Top 10 Unsung Heroes in New York Yankees History »

Finding unsung heroes in the Yankees' landscape is difficult business. If you do something noteworthy in New York, chances are you'll be remembered for it. Just ask Aaron Boone, who will be signing photographs of aging knuckleballers for the rest of his life. This isn't a bad thing, mind you. Boone deserves his fame, just like Stéphane [...]

Alfredo Aceves’ Back Opens Door for Boone Logan »

The Yankees have gotten pretty lucky this preseason as far as injuries go, but today they got their first scare, as Alfredo Aceves will have his scheduled appearance tomorrow canceled due to a sore back. He’ll also be getting the next few days off. Manager Joe Girardi said that he’ll get the next few days off but would probably be [...]

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