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Archive for August, 2013

Mariano Rivera Honored by Former Padres Closer Trevor »

Mariano Rivera's farewell tour rolled into San Diego's Petco Park on Friday night where Mo was met by a familiar face at home plate—former Padres closer Trevor Hoffman. It was fitting that Hoffman was the man to present Rivera with his gift, as it was Hoffman's career saves record that Rivera broke back in 2011. Hoffman is widely considered [...]

Evaluating New York Yankees’ Playoff Odds After »

The New York Yankees didn't make a splash at the trade deadline, but it's likely they added a player to their lineup who puts them in better position to reach the postseason for the 18th time in 19 seasons. Alfonso Soriano was the team's only player acquisition in a very quiet year at the MLB trade deadline. Soriano is no longer an All-Star [...]

More Yankee Drama: ‘Joey Pants’ to Play »

As if A-Rod hasn’t caused enough drama in the Bronx these days, the production team that brought the popular “Lombardi” and “Magic/Bird” to the theater is stirring up some more.This week they announced the cast for their latest go-around, this one starting off-Broadway, September 17 through October 19 at Primary [...]

Introducing Top Prospect Leonardo Molina to Yankees »

The New York Yankees have signed 16-year-old Dominican outfielder Leonardo Molina—the No. 5 prospect in this year’s international class—for $1.4 million, according to Ben Badler of Baseball America. While it was originally reported that the Yankees were interested in Molina headed into the signing period, they were forced to [...]

Buck Showalter Does Not Want Alex Rodriguez to Receive »

Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter does not want Alex Rodriguez to be given a lifetime ban by MLB commissioner Bud Selig, but not because he believes it wouldn't be fair to the player. He believes it would give the New York Yankees an unfair advantage. Paul White of USA Today reports that Showalter recognizes the fact that getting [...]

Grading the New York Yankees’ Trade Deadline »

The New York Yankees are a team that has suffered through continuous injury and performance disappointments this season, but after the MLB trade deadline had come and gone, the best evaluation of what the Yankees accomplished on the open market is to call it "incomplete". The holes in the Bombers' order are obvious.  The heart of the lineup [...]

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