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Archive for March, 2010

MLB Preview and Predictions 2K10: American League »

Baseball season begins April 4, so it’s time to predict the outcomes for every team in the AL. Look for your favorite squads and compare your picks to mine. I’ve ranked the teams based on their predicted finish for the 2010 season. I’ve also ranked each squad’s batting and pitching on a letter scale, with a short [...]

Magazine Review: Yankees 2010 Annual Sure To Delight »

The good people over at Maple Street Press were nice enough to send me a free copy of this year’s edition of their Yankees annual to review. If you are looking to pick up a Yankee-specific season preview magazine, I can’t imagine finding a better one than this. The Magazine : Maple Street Press: Yankees 2010 Annual The Editor : Cecilia [...]

Chad Gaudin: Oakland A’s Sign Pitcher »

Well, I guess I was wrong. After pitcher Chad Gaudin was released by the New York Yankees in the middle of last week, I was pretty sure he would sign with either the New York Mets or Los Angeles Dodgers. Just like I thought the Oakland A’s wouldn’t sign Ben Sheets, I didn’t think they would sign Gaudin either. But they [...]

Brian Cashman’s Opinion the Only One that »

Since the Yankees named Phil Hughes the fifth starter the big question has been what does the future hold for Joba Chamberlain ? Joe Girardi or Brian Cashman could have quelled the questions right away by saying something like, "He’ll be a starter in 2011," or "he’ll be a reliever from here on out," or even a simple "we’re going [...]

Johnny Damon, New York Yankees: “Everything is »

Former Yankee Johnny Damon and general Manager Brian Cashman got a chance to meet on the field yesterday when the Tigers played the Yankees in a spring training game. It was the first chance the two sides met since Damon’s somewhat ugly divorce from the team this offseason and from all accounts their chat went very well. Here is a Cashman [...]

New York Yankees and Mets Roundtable Discussions »

I recently had the opportunity to be part of a Q&A session that Inside Pulse Sports was running on the Yankees and Mets. Each separate session was conducted through back and forth e-mails in a roundtable format. This was part of Inside Pulse Sports' 30 Teams in 30 Days preview. To read more on the roundtable discussions and see what was said, [...]

Chad Gaudin Free to Regrow Facial Hair with A’s »

According to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, Chad Gaudin, who was released by the Yankees last Thursday, has signed with the Oakland Athletics and will join the team’s bullpen. Gaudin was set to make $2.95 million this season with the Yankees, but his contract was non-guaranteed. Since he didn’t pitch well this spring and has already [...]

New York Yankees Blogosphere: Best of the Week »

The Yankees jumped out to a 7-0 lead in today’s game before rain ended things. Damaso Marte got the start (that’s right), and Mariano Rivera pitched the second inning. Andy Pettitte , who has only pitched in one official Spring Training game thanks to rain, had his outing cut short after pitching just one inning. He then went indoors [...]

New York Yankees Prospect Alan Horne Done for 2010 »

The Yankees drafted right-handed pitcher Alan Horne in the 11th round of the 2005 amateur draft and by the 2008 season he was ranked among the top Yankee prospects poised to make the major leagues. Since then he’s dealt with injury after injury, missing most of the 2008 and 2009 seasons. Now 27-years-old, 2010 was expected to be an [...]

New York Yankees in the Sunday Papers »

As it’s been since the Yankees announced that Phil Hughes won the fifth starter job the news has been a little slow and probably will be until the season starts. So let’s take a look at what’s in the Sunday papers: Bill Madden of the NY Daily News proves that he’s forgotten more about baseball than you’ll…never [...]

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