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Archive for June, 2010

What Do The Yankees Need to Improve On Come The »

Its almost July and the heat stove is certainly heating up, but some answers still remain un-answered. The main question that need to be addressed is where do the Yankees need to improve. The bullpen has be inconsistent to get to Mariano.  While the rumors are spreading that they will make a move to acquire another bat or a starter, the [...]

New York Yankees: Several Current Free Agents That »

As usual, there have been a lot of rumors that continue to swirl around the Yankees as the trade deadline approaches in July. However, the Yankees might not have to trade anything to add depth to their bench because there are some very talented free agents available that could get the job done just as easily as somebody the Yankees could trade [...]

New York Yankees Notes: Dustin Moseley, Chad Moeller, »

The Yankees got beat up by the Mariners yesterday and things don’t look great today either as they have Javier Vazquez going up against King Felix Hernandez. Additionally, the Yankees have until tomorrow to decide to call-up RHP Dustin Moseley or let him opt-out. He has a 4-4 record and a 4.21 ERA in 12 starts. It’s hard to tell if [...]

B/R Poll: Robinson Cano, Miguel Cabrera Lead in »

Tomorrow, we turn our calendars to July. The start of the seventh Gregorian month isn't the precise midway point of the MLB season, but it's a symbolic transition, one that causes fans to say, "Wow, only three months left!" Even if it's not precisely the halfway point, it's still a great time to start thinking about individual awards. Last week, [...]

Phil Hughes, Joe Girardi and the Da-Boom Theory »

Once again, the New York Yankees fell victim to their own rules.   Last night, the result ended with a Yankees loss of 7-4 to the Seattle Mariners. The Mariners have consistently held the last spot in the AL West this season.   The Mariners had baseball's best pitcher on the mound in Cliff Lee to face a well-rested Phil [...]

Phil Hughes Gets Batted Around After Skipped Start »

The "Phil Hughes Rules" have claimed their first start, which would have been last Friday. Those same rules have also claimed their first loss as the Yankees fell to the Mariners 7-4.  The Seattle Mariners are among the worst offensive teams in baseball, and with Hughes on the mound, boasting a 10-1 record, the game would appear to be [...]

New York Yankees: Good Decision in Limiting the »

Phil Hughes, aka Phranchise, will start Tuesday night’s game against the Seattle Mariners and Cliff Lee. Hughes, though, had his last start skipped out on the West Coast trip through Arizona and Los Angeles. The reason? After throwing mostly in relief last year, he is on an innings limit this season, with the Yankees likely not to let Hughes [...]

Umpire Joe West and Wimbledon Marathon Man John Isner »

The New York Yankees will be hosting the Seattle Mariners tonight in the Bronx. It looks to be an excellent pitching match-up with Cliff Lee vs. Phil Hughes. Not only does that make it better, but Joe West will be behind the plate for the game!  West is the umpire that criticized the fact that the Yankees and Red Sox games are way too long [...]

New York Yankees Look to Take Advantage of Boston Red »

The Yankees play 13 games from now until All Star Break; those 13 games consist of seven games against Seattle, three against Toronto, and three against Oakland. Very average teams for the Yanks. The Bombers should take 10 of those 13 games, considering Seattle is in last place, and both Oakland and Toronto are third place teams. On [...]

Notes From Brian Cashman and Randy Levine Interview »

The New York Times holds regular Times Talks sessions with people, including celebrities, from all around the world. On Monday, June 28th, Michael Schmidt interviewed royalty from the Bronx. Brian Cashman and Randy Levine were at the New York Times Center to discuss the current state of the Yankees and what the future holds for the Bronx [...]

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