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Just When it Looked Like Javier Vazquez Turned a »

Early in the season, Javier Vazquez was just terrible. Whether it was his mechanics or his nerves, something was derailing his return to the Bronx. A little over two weeks ago, though, things started looking up. He held the Tigers, ranked third in OBP in the AL, to just two runs over seven innings. He had a one batter, but impressive, performance [...]

Video of a Fan Eating Kim Jones’ Pork Chop »

Here is a video of some Yankees fan in Minnesota eating a pork chop out of Kim Jones of the YES Network’s hand. It’s stupid and the guy is probably drunk, but she is hot and this is really funny. Be sure to watch the entire thing through the slow motion replay. (Click on the headline to watch this video ). Most Commented [...]

Yankees-Twins: Javier Vazquez Struggles as Minnesota »

Final 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E N.Y. Yankees 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 10 0 Minnesota « 1 2 0 0 1 1 3 0 x 8 12 1 WP: N. Blackburn (6-1) LP: J. Vazquez (3-5) Since I'm pretty busy this morning and last night's game was pretty damn awful, I'm going to keep this to bullet points. After three nice [...]

New York Yankees Welcome Back Curtis Granderson, but »

The Yankees have gotten a great effort from Brett Gardner in center field, in place of the injured Curtis Granderson. But Curtis has completed his rehab stint and is ready to return to his old spot in the Yankees' outfield. And he couldn't have picked a better time to come back. The Bronx (Bomber-less) Bombers have had little production from the [...]

Meeting Yogi Berra: ‘I Really Didn’t Say »

Tonight, my wife and I took the trip up to Montclair State University to meet Yogi Berra at his book signing event. It was a fun event for both of us and something we enjoyed doing together. The Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center is located on the campus of Montclair State University in Montclair, New Jersey. While not an large [...]

New York Yankees Have No Interest in Oswalt, But They »

First the Oswalt info from Jon Heyman via Twitter : "bad news for A'stros. Yankees unlikely to become heavily involved in Oswalt. 'We like our starters,' one official said." Like I said yesterday, they don't need a starting pitcher right now, and won't need one down the road unless they suffer some major injuries, so this is no surprise. He's also [...]

Do The Yankees Already Have Derek Jeter’s »

Eduardo Nunez is not really a common name among Yankee fans, but it soon could be. While Derek Jeter has not had the best start to the 2010 season, Nunez has had a brilliant start down in AAA Scranton. He is currently hitting .328 with two home runs and 21 RBI, he also has 12 steals and has scored 19 runs. Basically, he can do it all, except for [...]

Yankees-Twins: New York Goes for the Sweep While AL »

The Yankees got a twin killing yesterday against the Twins, giving them exactly what they needed, as the division begins to tighten up a bit. Every win is starting to mean more and more, now that the Red Sox are back into the swing of things, and the Tigers and Blue Jays remain in contention for the Wild Card spot. But the Yankees have gotten [...]

New York Yankees Notes: Derek Jeter, Alfredo Aceves »

The Yankees won a pair of games yesterday, both by a single run, against the Minnesota Twins. It’s amazing how good the Twins have been over the years, but the Yankees never have a problem beating them. The games are always close, but like yesterday, the Yankees always prevail. Here are some notes: Derek Jeter helped the Yankees win the [...]

Yankees More Likely To Pursue Cliff Lee in Offseason »

Last week, it was announced that right-handed starting pitcher Roy Oswalt requested a trade from the Houston Astros. The three teams that were rumored to be the favorites for Oswalt were the Atlanta Braves, St. Louis Cardinals and Texas Rangers. The Washington Nationals and Los Angeles Dodgers are believed to be interested as well. However, some [...]

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