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Yankees’ Core Four Gets Sports »

The “Core Four” of the Yankees, Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Jorge Posada, and Andy Pettitte (as if I needed to tell you) got on the cover of Sports Illustrated and let me be the first to say, that is a sweet ass cover. That being said, I don’t have much else to say about the cover. Sure it’s cool, but after about 30 [...]

New York Yankee Fans: Do You Remember the Name Austin »

New York Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman hit the headlines with a "blockbuster" trade in the offseason that brought Curtis Granderson to the Bronx. The Yankees gave up one-time first round draft pick, starting pitcher, Ian Kennedy; left handed reliever, Phil Coke; and top prospect outfielder, Austin Jackson, to the Detroit Tigers. Coke is [...]

Curt Schilling Blasts Javier Vazquez on ESPN Radio »

Curt Schilling, former Red Sox ace, current ESPNBoston analyst went on ESPN Radio’s “The Herd with Colin Cowheard” and blasted Yankees starter Javier Vazquez as somebody who can’t pitch in New York or the American League. Schilling on Vazquez not being good enough for the AL: “I never ever thought the move to New York [...]

New York Yankees: Examining the Vazquez Conundrum »

I've been debating recently why it is that Javier Vazquez has been put on this Earth. If you asked Javier, he'd probably say he's here for his wife and three beautiful children. That would certainly make sense. His Wikipedia page states he's a huge wine aficionado, so maybe he's just here for the fermented grapes. Then again, he may go the [...]

What’s Wrong with Javier Vazquez? »

There are probably fewer things more frustrating to a sports fan than watching an expensive, recently imported veteran player repeatedly fail in his efforts to help the team. The more prior success he's had, the more money he's making, the more you had to give up to get him...well, that all just makes it worse. And then there's Javy Vazquez. [...]

Should the New York Yankees Start Sergio Mitre With »

In the beginning of the 2010 season, a lot of things have gone right for the Yankees. Curtis Granderson is fitting well into the center field spot, as is Brett Gardner in the left field spot. Phil Hughes is doing a tremendous job as the fifth starter while for the most part, Joba Chamberlain has done a good job as the setup man. However, there has [...]

Video of the New York Yankees at the White House »

Here is a video of the Yankees meeting President Barack Obama at the White House in front of an absolutely packed house yesterday. The video starts with a speech from Obama, in which he said nothing but great things about the team. The Yankees manager Joe Girardi then presented Obama with a signed no. 27 jersey. They didn’t give him no. 44 [...]

Peavy and Beckett: Slumping or Washed Up? »

Like Carlos Zambrano, big-time pitchers Justin Verlander, Jake Peavy, and Josh Beckett are off to awful starts. They are not alone. Names like Jon Lester, Aaron Harang, Javier Vazquez, Chad Billingsley, and Jeremy Bonderman join them on this list of the top ten worst pitchers in 2010. Virtually all of these pitchers have two things in common. [...]

Yankees-Orioles Series Preview: New York Road Trip »

The New York Yankees will wrap up their nine-game road trip with a three-game series against the Baltimore Orioles. It’s been a start to forget for Baltimore so far this season, as they sport a 3-16 record after their first 19 games. Baltimore’s offense is mostly to blame, as they’ve averaged only a measly 3.26 runs per game, [...]

Yankees Trip To White House: Obama Loses Touch With »

President Barack Obama honored the Yankees this afternoon for their achievement last year. The Yankees won the World Series by making the Twins, Angels, and the Phillies look out of their league. In other words, it was a mismatch. These three teams were powerless to stop the Yankees. It's hard to believe this year will be any different. Obama [...]

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