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New York Yankees Next Back Up Plan »

I previously wrote a scouting report on Eduardo Nunez, a young shortstop with great batting, speed and occasional power. Nunez is currently in the New York Yankees Triple A system, the Scranton Wilkes Barre Yankees.  I, myself, and others think that he will one day soon replace Derek Jeter at short when he retires.  But with the injury [...]

Why Javier Vasquez’s Start Against the Mets »

Javier Vasquez was acquired by the Yankees this offseason.  There were many arguments involving this trade because of the struggles he had as a Yankee back in 2004. There were two sides. One said that he can't pitch in the American League, and is not worth the salary he is getting paid. One said that he was injured when he [...]

New York Yankees Exec Brian Cashman Made a Mistake »

Last offseason, the Yankees were in the market for an outfielder that could hit lefties. The tricky thing was that Johnny Damon was a free agent. The Yankees didn’t want Damon, though. They didn’t want to deal with the hassle of dealing with his agent Scott Boras and certainly didn’t want to give in to his multi-year contract [...]

Yankees Release Randy Winn »

Chad Jennings of the Journal News is reporting that the Yankees have designated outfielder Randy Winn for assignment to make room on the roster for Curtis Granderson who is returning from a groin injury. “I was ready. I was prepared. … I played terrible,” Winn said after hearing he’d been cut. “That’s the [...]

Phil Hughes: Should the New York Yankees Let Him »

The Yankees apparently have a "plan" for Phil Hughes that will take effect in the coming months, allowing him to stay within his pitching limits this season, in other words the Joba Rules turned Hughes Rules. Joe Girardi and Dave Eiland have it set up so that they could give Hughes an extra two weeks of days off over the next two months. The Yanks [...]

Yogi Berra: New York Yankees’ »

Yogi Berra played catcher for the New York Yankees for 17 years and one season with the New York Mets. Yogi is one of four players to win AL MVP three times. He also won World Series’ as a manager in both leagues. Yogi Berra played for 10 World Series teams. Yogi is known for his quotes like, “It ain’t over till it’s [...]

New York Yankees Need To Keep Kevin Russo on Major »

The New York Yankees are expecting starting center fielder Curtis Granderson   back for Friday's game against the visiting Cleveland Indians. It will be a welcome sight to have Granderson back, and the Yankees could use his potential power bat back in the lineup.  With Granderson out, Brett Gardner moved from left field to center, with a [...]

New York Yankees vs. Cleveland Indians: Series Preview »

Photo by Reuter Images I know last night’s loss to the Twins was a bit deflating, but let’s not overlook the fact that the Yankees took two of three on the road from a very good Twins team.  Also worth noting, Target Field looked fantastic. You know what other stadium looks fantastic? Yankee Stadium—and that’s where [...]

Yankees-Indians Series Preview: Schedule Eases Up for »

The Yankees righted the ship for the time being by taking two of three in Minnesota and now return home to open a stretch of 13 of 16 games against teams with losing records. This should come as a relief to New York, which just completed 20 straight contests versus the Red Sox, Tigers, Twins, Rays and Mets, all clubs with a shot at making the [...]

The Yankees Just Came Off Their Toughest 20 Game »

The Yankees just came off a stretch of 20 games where they really not all that impressive, posting a  9-11 record. That’s five games against the Red Sox, four games against the Tigers, two games against the Rays, six games against the Twins, and three games against the Mets. It has got to be their toughest stretch they will have this [...]

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