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New York Yankees: Is Brett Gardner Finally Coming out »

Going into the month of May, the Yankees are in first place of the American League East division and are surprising a lot of people with their strong start.Mostly because many felt the Boston Red Sox were destined to be the team to run away with the division and right now, they are tied for last place in the division.While a lot of Yankee players [...]

New York Yankees Need to Worry About Derek »

No one deserves the benefit of the doubt more than Derek Jeter, but one could argue that he happens to be on the list of the worst shortstops in baseball. Jeter's April not only reaffirms Brian Cashman's stance on the shortstop in the offseason, but also demonstrates that Cashman should have been tough in negotiations. Jeter's slash line of [...]

New York Yankees: Not Time for Drastic Change, Not »

Derek Jeter stinks offensively this year, plain and simple.  His two best hits have been doubles, but they were ground ball doubles. Brett Gardner has more home runs than Jeter and Nick Swisher combined, but his OBP is .325 and he's only stolen at a 50 percent success rate in 2011 (4-for-8). Phil Hughes has zero velocity and it's nothing [...]

Damn Yankees!: The Most Memorable Appearances by NY »

In the 1990s, we enjoyed watching the greatest television show of all-time, Seinfeld. What made the program even more entertaining at times is when we got to see cameo appearances by Yankees personnel, something that happened about a half-dozen times during the show's nine season run. This list counts down the memorable appearances made a slew of [...]

New York Yankees: Comparing the 2011 Offense with the »

The 1961 New York Yankees set a major league record by hitting 240 home runs. Led by Roger Maris (61), Mickey Mantle (54), and Bill Skowron (28), the Yankees easily eclipsed the 1956 Cincinnati Reds and the 1947 New York Giants, who set the record with 221 home runs each.In 1997, the Seattle Mariners set the current record for team home runs, [...]

New York Yankees, Los Angeles Angels Top Rankings »

WhatIfSports.com utilizes its award-winning baseball simulation engine to present the most comprehensive and unbiased ranking possible of all 30 teams in baseball each Monday during the regular season. To come up with the rankings, the simulation uses each team's statistical performance to date this season,  and simulates them against every [...]

Phil Rizzuto: Not as Loyal to the New York Yankees as »

It is a fact of life that baseball fans acknowledge, but deep down, they attempt to deny it with all their might. Baseball fans are more loyal to their team than are the team's players.When Phil Rizzuto was told that Los Angeles Dodger's manager Tommy LaSorda bleeds Dodgers' blue, Rizzuto responded that he bleeds New York Yankees' [...]

Fantasy Baseball Weeks 4-5: Reasoning on the »

The fantasy baseball season is starting to filter out the big fish from the small fries.  Maybe your team was a few big flies away from first place in your league. Perhaps you were one win away from moving up. Check out the advice within this column, and you could find some information from the insight provided in the show to help you make a [...]

New York Yankees: 10 Phil Hughes Replacements NY Could »

The Yankees are in quite a predicament. Their budding star Phil Hughes could be lost for the season as a red flag was raised during the plethora of tests done this week. A circulatory problem could have been detected, but we will not know for sure until he visits a vascular specialist in St. Louis. New York has a few options on the table. [...]

New York Yankees: Updating Fans on the Top Minor »

The three Yankee catching prospects who get the most attention are Jesus Montero, Austin Romine and Gary Sanchez. Let’s take a look at how these three farm hands are doing right now. Sanchez is the youngest of the trio. He is only 18 years old and playing with the Charleston River Dogs in the Sally League. Sanchez is 6’2” and [...]

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