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Archive for May, 2010

Francisco Cervelli Running Out of Gas, Jorge »

Catching on a daily basis isn't easy. Not even if you're an exuberant 24-year-old named Francisco Cervelli. Cervelli's zeal for the game of baseball helped propel him to a scorching start to 2010—the backup-turned-starter held a .400 batting average through 20 games played on May 17—but he's not an energizer bunny. As of May 17, [...]

A-Rod, Pettitte Carry Yanks Past Indians »

  Final 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Cleveland 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 6 1 N.Y. Yankees « 1 0 0 1 0 0 6 3 x 11 18 0 WP: A. Pettitte (7-1) LP: M. Talbot (6-4) Andy Pettitte and the Yankees rolled over the Indians yesterday in the Bronx, taking the series finale 11-2. Pettitte had another [...]

New York Yankees Minor League Report: May 31 »

(Triple-A) Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (30-21) lost to Durham (29-22) 9-1 Box Score - Recap Batting Greg Golson, CF: 1-for-5Eduardo Nunez, SS: 2-for-3, 2B, BB, RDavid Winfree, 1B: 2-for-4, 2B, RBI (28)Jon Weber, DH: 0-for-3, BBJesus Montero, C: 0-for-3, BB - now batting .229Colin Curtis, LF: 1-for-4Reid Gorecki, RF: 0-for-3, BB   Pitching Ivan [...]

The Star Has Landed: Why Robinson Cano Is The Best »

It was inevitable that the guy often described as "Mr. Potential" and "Future Great" would reach the point in his career where people have finally recognized that he's a legitimate superstar. Robinson Cano is 27-years-old and is already establishing himself as one of the best players in the American League. Along with Miguel Cabrera and Justin [...]

Don’t Walk Teixiera to Face A-Rod »

Here are the times it's happened: Today: Indians walked Tex to load the bases for A-Rod. He then hits another grand slam extending the Yankees lead from 2-1 to 6-1. 5/14/10: Twins walk A-Rod to load the bases and Alex turns a 4-3 deficit into a 7-4 lead with a grand slam. 10/4/09: Tampa's Andy Sonnanstine walked Tex to load the bases in the top [...]

Jesus Montero Talks About His Early Season Struggles »

From Wayne Coffey (hat-tip to Was Watching): "I am worried about my hitting, but not that much," Montero says in front of his locker in the PNC Field clubhouse. Not even five minutes later, he says, "I'm not upset that I'm not hitting. I'm still the same guy...trying to hit the ball hard every single time." ..."I have been working every single [...]

Alex Rodriguez Belts 20th Career Grand Slam »

It seems like when there's one milestone for New York Yankees' superstar, Alex Rodriguez, to achieve, another one is waiting to be accomplished right after that. On May 14th, A-Rod passed Frank Robinson on the all-time home run list by hitting his 587th home run. On May 17th, he hit a game-tying home run against the Red Sox that put him in the top [...]

This Week in New York Yankees History (May 30 to June »

  This Week in Yankees History: May 30-June 5   May 30 1884: Former Yankees shortstop Rube Oldring (1905, 1916) is born. Rube hit .267 in 51 games for the Yankees with two tours with the team. 1894: Former Yankees pitcher Al Mamaux (1924) is born. On July 12, 1924, Al was purchased by the Yankees from Reading (International League). [...]

Andy Pettitte Posts Another Strong Start: Could He Win »

Andy Pettitte has indeed been dandy for the Yankees this season and continues to defy father time. The same 24-year-old kid who went 21-8 and finished second in Cy Young voting in 1996 is still dominating here in 2010. The only difference is that he is now 38 years old, in his 16th season, and on the brink of retirement. Andy has gone 7-1 [...]

New York Yankees-Baltimore Orioles: Javier Vazquez Key »

Starting Pitchers RHP Javier Vazquez (3-5, 6.86) v. LHP Brian Matusz (2-5, 5.76) RHP Phil Hughes (6-1, 2.70) v. RHP Brad Bergesen (3-3, 5.96) LHP CC Sabathia (4-3, 4.16) v. RHP Kevin Millwood (0-5, 3.89)   Notes * At the time I posted this I could not find a single preview for even the first game of the Yankees and Orioles series that was [...]

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