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Archive for June, 2010

Lady Gaga Stay Away From Baseball »

Lady Gaga, please stay away from baseball games and don’t come back to Yankee Stadium or Citi-Field again. Hasn’t she embarrassed her family and friends enough? Fondling herself and dressing with no pants at a Mets game, and then at a Yankees game is just impolite. Gaga seems to think this behavior is acceptable because of her [...]

Lou Gehrig: An Underrated New York Yankee Legendary »

The term underrated is thrown around quite frequently. It can be used to describe pretty much any situation, but is most often used for sports figures and their on-field exploits. Yesterday, June 21st, was the 71st anniversary of Lou Gehrig's retirement. While Gehrig removed himself from the Yankee lineup prior to the game on May 2, 1939, he [...]

The Yankees Farm System is Exciting Again »

The Gulf Coast League is a little talked about league because they are below even Single-A.  It is rookie ball, and often the players are so far away from the majors that it makes little sense to discuss them. However, their season started last night, and there were three players on the field for the Yankees' farm team that are worth [...]

New York Yankees Closer Mariano Rivera is Willing to »

Earlier in the year, everyone was writing stories about Derek Jeter and what it would take to resign the New York Yankees all-star shortstop after the season, when his 10-year contract finally comes to an end. I’m not sure why there's been such an obsession over this. Everyone knows that Jeter is more likely to retire than to sign somewhere [...]

New York Yankees Trade Rumors: Focus is on the Bench »

The Yankees have the second-ranked offense in all of baseball this season, slightly behind the Boston Red Sox and way out in front of whomever is the third-place team on any given day. Still, with all of the injuries they’ve been experiencing, they’ve had a problem with getting consistent offense. Buster Olney of ESPN has reported that [...]

Solutions To The New York Yankees Bullpen Woes »

The Yankees have a very inconsistent bullpen this year. Take a look at some of the main culprits. Joba Chamberlain: 5.52 ERA  Chad Gaudin: 6.89 ERA David Robertson: 5.48 ERA Chan Ho Park: 6.86 ERA It is obvious that the Yankees weakest spot on the team is the bullpen, and that has to improve if they plan on going anywhere this [...]

Yankees Notes: Burnett, Eiland, Hughes, A-Rod & »

The Yankees are in the desert this week taking on the last place Diamondbacks, but unlike the Orioles, this last place team has a bit of fire power in their lineup, and they pounced all over AJ Burnett as the Yankees lost 10-4 . Here are some notes: Rodrigo Lopez now has a 9-8 record with a 5.75 ERA in his career against the Yankees. Burnett [...]

New York Yankees’ AJ Burnett Misses Dave Eiland »

  From Chad Jennings : “I’m not going to lie,” Burnett said. “Dave is a big part of what we do here, and who I am and who our starters are. On the other hand, I’ve been pitching for 11 years now. I think I’d be able to make the adjustment on my own out there.” “(Eiland) not here is a big loss [...]

Are You Really Still Angry About A.J. Burnett? »

As I was taking in the hideous stylings of one Allan James Burnett last night at Chase Field, I thought it would be fun to gauge the A.J. Love on some sure-to-be completely rational New York Yankee message boards. The struggling right-hander had allowed three homers and five runs through one inning against the last-place Diamondbacks. Burnett, I [...]

Diamondbacks-Yankees: A.J. Burnett Embarrassed, »

Final 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E N.Y. Yankees 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 4 9 0 Arizona « 5 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 x 10 13 0 WP: R. Lopez (3-6) LP: A. Burnett (6-6) That one wasn't worth watching, and for the most part, I didn't. At least not after A.J. Burnett' s terrible outing. The first two outs went [...]

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