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New York Yankees: Lance Berkman Being Targeted »

  According to Joel Sherman of the NY Post, the Yankees are “definitely in” on Lance Berkman, the first baseman for the Houston Astros. Earlier in the day we also heard from Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports who reported that Berkman has a no-trade clause in his contract, but would likely waive it to play for the Yankees. Part of [...]

New York Yankees Trade Rumors: The Search Continues »

Lots of names have been thrown out this month that the Yankees have supposedly had some level of interest in, but through it all, the Yankees have been looking for a right-handed hitting outfielder. Joel Sherman of the NY Post has a pretty good rundown of how their deadline search has gone: The Yankees' “ideal situation” includes [...]

Predicting Where Alex Rodriguez Will Hit 600th HR in »

Overview Alex Rodriguez is still one home run away from 600 career home runs and we have the updated landing spot prediction for Tropicana Field! While he was three home runs away from joining the 600 Home Run Club, SeatGeek teamed with Hit Tracker and released a report in which the most likely section in Yankee Stadium where [...]

Tracking the Cash: Brian Cashman’s Yankees Moves »

Brian Cashman was a lowly intern when he joined the Yankees organization in 1986, but he proved skillful at climbing the most slippery corporate ladder in professional sports. Cashman was named general manager of the club in 1998, and under his watch the Yankees have captured six American League pennants and four World Series titles. The [...]

Yankees Trade Rumors: Interested in Adam Dunn After »

So the MLB trade deadline is tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 pm, and there have been lots of rumors connecting the Yankees to certain players, but so far nothing has gotten serious. Yesterday we actually heard that the Yankees were out of the running for Nationals outfielder Adam Dunn , however, today we are hearing differently. According to Ken [...]

Yankees Notes: A Laugher, Posada, Aceves, Johnson, »

The Yankees won a easy one after a seven-run seventh inning. Emergency starter Dustin Moseley pitched pretty well before that, holding the Yankees to a 3-1 lead through six innings. The final score was 11-4 . Here are some notes: Moseley pitched well enough to earn himself another start : 6 IP, 1 ER, 2 BB, 4 SO. The game was such a laugher [...]

It’s Dustin Moseley Easy after New York Yankees »

Yankees manager Joe Girardi was impressed enough to say he may have found a replacement in the starting rotation until Andy Pettitte returns from injury. Who will be taking Pettitte's spot? Dustin Moseley, who did just enough to earn another start after throwing six innings of one run ball in his first start since last April. The righty has [...]

New York Yankees, Tampa Bay Rays Battle for »

The Yankees and Rays enter this weekend's three-game series in St. Petersburg in pretty much the same position they've been all season—holding the two best records in baseball. But this set ends in August, and games become a little bit more important in August. New York (65-36) currently holds a two-game advantage over Tampa Bay [...]

New York Yankee Trade Targets: Separating Fantasy From »

As the deals begin to pick up steam in the waning moments before Saturday's MLB non-waiver trade deadline, inevitably the accompanying rumors have increased in frequency as well. The last few days have seen a flurry of player movement with high profile players such as Dan Haren and Roy Oswalt changing teams, in addition to the numerous [...]

New York Yankees vs.Tampa Bay Rays: Battle of the »

    Friday night, the New York Yankees are at Tropicana Field to face the Tampa Bay Rays, and it will be a true battle of the young guns on the mound.     Since pitching and defense will dictate the outcomes of all three games, the match-ups on the mound will set the tone. Let's look at the Friday night's [...]

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