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Michael Pineda: New York Yankees Place Pitcher on DL, »

Michael Pineda's velocity has been down all spring but the New York Yankees might have finally discovered the reason for the decline. The Yankees sent Pineda for an MRI on his shoulder after he experienced shoulder soreness and tightness after his outing on Friday night. The MRI showed no structural damage [...]

Joe DiMaggio Was Loved by Fans and Even the Boston Red »

“I watched every move Lou made on and off the field,” Joe DiMaggio said after he had been introduced by baseball commissioner Ford Frick at his Hall of Fame induction ceremony. DiMaggio explained that he tried to pattern himself after Lou Gehrig. There is no question that he succeeded. The New York Yankees have had many outstanding [...]

Michael Pineda Will Likely Start Season in Minors »

Michael Pineda got smacked around in his last start of the spring in the New York Yankees' game with the Philadelphia Phillies. With the terrible outing, Pineda will almost certainly be optioned to Triple-A and start the season on the farm.To add injury to insult, Pineda will undergo an MRI on his right shoulder as a result of soreness he felt [...]

MLB Spring Training 2012: The Good, the Bad and the »

Opening Day technically already happened when the Mariners took on the Athletics in Japan, Opening Day here in the states is just a week away.Spring Training has been fun and all, but it's time to get the season started.Most position battles are decided at this point in March, and the rosters have already been trimmed down to a manageable [...]

New York Yankees: 5 Starters Most in Danger of Losing »

The New York Yankees look like one of the most complete teams in all of baseball this season.They always seem to have a top-notch offense every season—this year is no different.Heading into this past offseason, the main issue with their team was a lack of starting pitching. But, the moves they have made has turned the tables and the Yankees [...]

New York Yankees Won the 1957 Pennant and Also »

The New York Yankees were American League champions in 1957, but some individuals that were not fond of the Yankees claimed that they finished seventh as well as first. These were the eight Yankees regulars: 1B    Bill Skowron2B    Bobby Richardson3B    Andy CareySS    Gil [...]

Determining Price Tag for the New York Yankees After »

Philadelphia-based analyst Tony Wible, who covers media companies for Janney Montgomery Scott LLC, valued the New York Yankees a Major League Baseball-high $2.85 billion after a group led by Magic Johnson bought the Los Angeles Dodgers in a $2.3 billion transaction. The Dodgers sold for $900 million more than any other North American sports [...]

New York Yankees: Why Their Bullpen Will Be »

The New York Yankees have the best bullpen because of Mariano Rivera.  End of story. Thanks for reading folks.In all seriousness, Rivera gives any bullpen that has him the edge. Combine him with the bullpen the Yankees have now and it's kind of unfair really.The bullpen has been one of the Yankees' weak points in recent years. Last year, [...]

MLB Spring Training 2012: Yankees’ Joe Girardi »

New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi has had the entire spring training to observe and evaluate all of the candidates for the starting pitching rotation. The time has arrived for Girardi to make his decision, and this one will be difficult.The Yankees currently have six pitchers to choose from to fill the five spots on the rotation. CC Sabathia [...]

MLB Free Agency 2013: Can the New York Yankees Woo »

Cole Hamels will be a free agent following the 2012 season, and there's uncertainty surrounding the Phillies' ability to come to terms on a contract extension with the young lefty.Hamels doesn't seem worried about a contract extension, and why should he?No matter what happens this season, Hamels will get paid.As one of the premier left-handed [...]

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