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MLB Trade Deadline: New York Yankees Must Get More »

The New York Yankees currently sit atop the vaunted AL East with a record of 48-30, good enough for a six-game lead over the second place Baltimore Orioles. While on the surface it may seem like it's all smiles in New York, there are issues lurking for the Yankees and a lot of them are with their pitching staff. Last week the Yankees had to put [...]

Phil Hughes Is No Longer a Liability in the New York »

Right-hander Phil Hughes has already experienced quite the roller coaster of a season, and we're not even at the All-Star break yet.Hughes began the season with a 1-3 record and a 7.88 ERA, and it was clear that something wasn't working for him.In his last 12 starts, though, he has been stellar.Over the course of those starts, Hughes is 8-3 and [...]

MLB Trade Rumors: Why New York Yankees Must Make a »

The New York Yankees are in need of starting pitching at the moment thanks to injuries to CC Sabathia and, more seriously, Andy Pettitte. The solution to the problem? Cole Hamels, of course. Most Yankees fans will tell you it makes more sense to just wait until free agency after this season to bring Hamels to the Bronx, but there is a major [...]

NY Yankees News: A Brief Look at New Addition Chad »

The New York Yankees always make at least a little splash before the trade deadline every season, and it looks like Cashman and Co. have started to make moves once again in 2012.The Yankees acquired righty reliever Chad Qualls from the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday afternoon for cash (obviously) and a player to be named later.This move for [...]

Reliever Chad Qualls Acquired by New York Yankees from »

The New York Yankees wasted little time in the month of July in trying to improve their team.On Sunday, just after the festivities and ceremonies of the 66th annual Old-Timers' Day game, the Yankees acquired reliever Chad Qualls from the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for cash considerations and a player to be named later, according to Mark [...]

Horace Clarke: 10 Things You Never Knew About the »

Between 1964 and 1976 the New York Yankees endured one of the longest dry spells in team history—12 years without an American League pennant, after winning five in a row and 14 flags in 16 years. Those years, sometimes compared to the decline of the Roman Empire, became known as the "Horace Clarke Era." But although Horace Clarke [...]

New York Yankees: 4 Ways the Yankees Can Have a »

Well, June is officially over, folks, and I don't think anyone's more sad to see it go than the New York Yankees. New York definitely found their stride this month, but even with a 20-7 record, the Yanks still had quite a roller-coaster June.Losing CC Sabathia and Andy Pettitte isn't good no matter how you slice it, and other pieces of this [...]

New York Yankees: Rating 10 Years of the »

We have reached that month for Major League Baseball.It's a time when the rumor mill explodes and is as fast and furious as a New York Minute.We have reached the month of the non-waiver trading deadline, a time that will feature the Yankees a lot.Every player that finds their way into the rumor mill for the trading deadline is always somehow tied [...]

Derek Jeter: Yanks Icon on Crash Course with »

Derek Jeter’s passing of Cal Ripken Jr. on the all-time big league hits list, puts him on a crash course with Napoleon “Nap” Lajoie—a ballplayer once part of one of the most childish yet comedic controversies in baseball history. Lajoie, who leads Jeter by 56-hits after Sunday’s game versus the Chicago White Sox, was [...]

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