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Do David Price’s Comments Mean Yankees Will »

Until he is traded or departs in free agency, the impending breakup between David Price and the Rays will continue to make headlines in Tampa Bay and throughout the MLB.The most recent piece to the Price puzzle, however, involves the Yankees and what may be proof of a needed culture change in New York for the team to succeed moving forward.It is [...]

New York Yankees: 5 Potential Options for Pitching in »

You can never have enough pitching.It's an old phrase you will hear just about everyone in baseball utter at one point or another in a season.And up until this past week, the New York Yankees' starting rotation seemed to be just fine.However, in wake of the bulging disc in Phil Hughes back, which will require him to sit out at least two weeks, the [...]

Should the Yankees Be Concerned About Phil »

News broke Wednesday that New York Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes has been diagnosed with a bulging disc in his upper back and will be sidelined for two weeks. Should this be a source of concern for the Yankees given that the right-handed pitcher is slated to be the team's fourth starter?According to the Spine Centers of America, most disc bulges [...]

New York Yankees’ Top Story Lines at Start of »

Pitchers and catchers have reported. Full-squad workouts have begun. On Saturday, the New York Yankees will open their Grapefruit League schedule when they face the Atlanta Braves in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. The Yankees are a franchise that is never short on story lines, regardless of what point in the year it is, but there are several items that [...]

New York Yankees: Is Current Catching Situation Best »

Ever since the Yankees let Russell Martin walk as a free agent, Yankee fans have been waiting.Waiting patiently to see who would be the next catcher for the Yankees in 2013.Right after Thanksgiving in November, Martin left the Yankees and landed a two-year, $17 million contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates to take their starting catcher spot.Most [...]

It’s Time for the New York Yankees to Modernize »

The New York Yankees have always had one slightly unconventional policy that has set them apart from the rest of the teams in Major League Baseball: Their players are not permitted to sport an unprofessional amount of facial hair.This was started by the late George Steinbrenner in 1973 and has stuck with the franchise ever since.Since then, [...]

Spring Training 2013: Eduardo Nunez May Lose New York »

There was talk over the winter that infielder Eduardo Nunez would play a bigger role for the New York Yankees this season, that the team had to find a way to get Nunez’s speed and his bat into the lineup. Then along came Travis Hafner. When the Yankees signed the former Cleveland Indians designated hitter to a [...]

Why New York Yankees Will Fall Well Short of Lofty »

The New York Yankees will not make the playoffs in 2013.Fahgettaboudit!In a recent press conference, Yankees manager Joe Girardi discussed his high expectation for the team in the upcoming season. Girardi said "this team could win 95 games and get to the World Series," according to ESPN.The expectations of the organization and fan base, fueled by [...]

Could Alfonso Soriano Fit in with the Yankees’ »

Alfonso Soriano doesn't want to play for a losing team anymore (via Gordon Wittenmyer of the Chicago Sun-Times), and the New York Yankees aren't exactly set at the designated hitter's spot in the lineup. Match made in heaven, right?Well, not so fast.Soriano has maintained that he wants to play for a contender and win the World Series by the time [...]

Travis Hafner Signing: Yankees Best Offseason Move for »

In November, as the Yankees celebrate their 28th World Series championship with a parade down the Canyon of Heroes, remember the date February 1, 2013. That is the date the Yankees announced the signing of Travis Hafner—and their 2013 starting lineup officially became stacked.Although the acquisition of Hafner managed to fly [...]

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