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Archive for February, 2012

Joe Girardi Contradicts GM Brian Cashman’s »

Brian Cashman has finally confirmed what everyone suspected about the 2010 New York Yankees. Joe Girardi has also confirmed what everyone has suspected about Joe Girardi. This past Sunday, the New York Yankees' general manager admitted that the 27-time World Series champions didn't try to beat out the Tampa Bay Rays for the 2010 AL Eastern [...]

Forgotten New York Yankees of the Past Four Decades: »

Ruth, Gehrig, Mantle, and Jeter are some of the greatest names in New York Yankees history. However, Bordi, James and Moses are the names of some of the forgotten Yankees. This series will focus on the less remembered players to wear pinstripes over the last four decades (1970s-2000s). Today's letter of the day is "A."   [...]

New York Yankees: Predictions for Joba »

On August 7, 2007, he appeared in his first contest, surrendering no runs in two innings of work against the Blue Jays.  For the rest of the regular season, he only allowed a solitary run for the Yankees. Running out of the Yankee bullpen and into our television sets, Joba Chamberlain germinated from an unfledged rookie to baseball royalty [...]

The Year of the Pinstripes: Yankees 2012 Projected »

The Yankees now have the overall team that all Pinstripe fans wanted and all opponents feared. It seems that after every single season there is a hole in the Yanks, whether it's a bat or a pitcher. But not this year.This year we have the rotation and we have the bats, so there's only one thing that should happen with this team: World Series [...]

Vernon Wells, A-Rod and the 5 Biggest Contracts Ever »

Big contracts can weigh down an organization for agonizing periods of time. Just ask the Cubs about Alfonso Soriano, or the Astros about Carlos Lee. Usually, those teams are stuck with their burdens until the contracts mercifully expire and the player leaves, but occasionally, the team finds a buyer willing to take on the contract and the [...]

New York Yankees: Raul Ibanez Expected to Sign Soon to »

The A.J. Burnett trade rumors seemed to have finally come to an end yesterday. The Yankees and Pirates have reportedly agreed to a deal that will send the 35-year old starter to Pittsburgh in exchange for two prospects and salary relief.   The Pirates inherit $13 million of the remaining $33 million left on Burnett's deal. Burnett [...]

New York Yankees: Is 2012 the Last Championship Chance »

When Jorge Posada announced his retirement in January, Yankee fans were reminded that the end of an era is rapidly approaching. Along with Andy Pettitte, who called it quits last winter, half of the “Core Four” has now retired. Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera remain, and 2012 may very well be Rivera’s last season in [...]

A.J. Burnett Trade: A Look at New Prospects Diego »

Pending approval from the commissioner's office, the New York Yankees and the Pittsburgh Pirates have agreed to a trade in which A.J. Burnett will be sent to Pittsburgh.In return, the Pirates will pay $13 million of the $31.1 million left on Burnett's contract and will send two prospects to the Yankees, pitcher Diego Moreno and outfielder [...]

NY Yankees: Joba Chamberlain Recovering Well from »

New York Yankees right-handed pitcher Joba Chamberlain appears to be having a successful recovery from having Tommy John surgery.Doctors performed the surgery last June, and Chamberlain has worked toward recovery in physical therapy and rehabilitation since then.Since the surgery was performed and his time in rehab, there do not appear to be any [...]

New York Yankees: Michael Pineda out of Shape and off »

Michael Pineda might have enough pressure on his hands in his first season with the New York Yankees already, but now the young right-hander is coming to spring training out of shape. It's being reported that he will need to lose 10 pounds during spring training, which I find curious considering he's listed at 260. While it's likely Pineda [...]

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