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Does Brett Gardner’s Injury Kill the »

The news continues to get worse for the New York Yankees. Brett Gardner left Thursday's game against the Orioles with a left oblique strain, according to ESPN New York's Wallace Matthews:  Gardner appeared to flinch and reach for his left side after he struck out on a check swing leading off the game. After the news that Derek Jeter's [...]

How Derek Jeter’s Injury Uncertainty Will Impact »

The latest setback for Derek Jeter—Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reported that Jeter was done for the season due to soreness in his surgically-repaired ankle—is just a reminder that the Yankees not only have a very busy offseason ahead of them, but one filled with uncertainty. Will Robinson Cano re-sign? Will Alex Rodriguez's suspension be [...]

Are the Yankees Actually Better off Without Derek »

The news in USA Today of Derek Jeter's season-ending ankle injury didn't come as a big surprise to those around the team this season. After 17 largely ineffective games, the Yankee captain is shutting down his attempt to rejoin the team as they chase an American League wild card berth. During a session with the media prior to Wednesday evening's [...]

New York Yankees: Derek Jeter Should Not Play »

New York Yankees shortstop and captain Derek Jeter will miss the remainder of the season after being shut down by general manager Brian Cashman and Co., though it seems as if he plans on returning in 2014, as reported by Bryan Hoch of MLB.com. Jeter will use the entire offseason to get strength back in his legs, presumably ensuring [...]

Bobby Valentine’s Anti-Yankee Vendetta Pops Up »

Bobby Valentine just can't help taking shots at the New York Yankees. While talking to WFAN radio on Wednesday, Valentine started discussing the role of baseball after the 9/11 attacks and how it helped restore order to the city of New York. However, the former New York Mets manager talked less about the impact of baseball and more about how the [...]

Full Timeline of Derek Jeter’s Nightmare 2013 »

This time last year, Derek Jeter was batting over .300 and leading MLB in hits. He was no spring chicken at the age of 38, but the longtime New York Yankees shortstop still looked like, well, himself. Now here we are in modern times, and Jeter is broken. After playing in all but three of the Yankees' games in 2012, Jeter has only played in 17 [...]

Derek Jeter Can’t Limp off into the Sunset After »

Derek Jeter's 2013 season is over after just 17 games, but his career won't end just yet. The New York Yankees have essentially lost their shortstop for the year after he was placed on the DL on Wednesday with just 17 games left in the season. THIS JUST IN: Derek Jeter heading back to DL, effectively ending his season. Yankees SS played just 17 [...]

Can the Yankees Afford to Actually Let Robinson Cano »

Robinson Cano is the best player on the 2013 Yankees. He's a homegrown superstar on the path to Cooperstown. He's also an impending free agent that could command a $200 million contract this winter. An impending free agent that might walk away from New York.Can the richest franchise in baseball afford to let that happen? Team president Randy [...]

Projecting the Fallout If the New York Yankees Miss »

The last time the New York Yankees weren't involved in the postseason was 2008, manager Joe Girardi's first year manning the helm.  Now, with the very real possibility that the team won't be playing in October for the second time in six years, the fallout may mean that a completely different team takes the field in 2014. Regardless of how the [...]

Yankees Acquire Mariners SS Brendan Ryan as Insurance »

In a surprising move, the New York Yankees acquired shortstop Brendan Ryan from the Seattle Mariners. While Ryan won't be eligible for the postseason because he wasn't with the Yankees on Sept. 1, it does bring into question whether there is a bigger concern about Derek Jeter. Jeter underwent a CT scan on Sept. 7 on his surgically repaired left [...]

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