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Archive for May, 2014

Yankees Placing Trust in Injury Risks Is Blowing Up in »

We can either feel sorry for the New York Yankees, or we can look them in the eye and be honest with them. You should have been able to see this coming, guys. For what's happening right now in The Bronx is indeed not the least bit surprising. The Yankees entered 2014 with an expensive roster with a lot of starry names on it, yes. But due to a [...]

Yankees’ Alfonso Soriano Becomes 7th Player with »

Monday evening, the New York Yankees' Alfonso Soriano became the seventh player in major league history to reach 1,000 hits in both the American and National Leagues, per MLB.com's Bryan Hoch. Soriano singled to center field on a 1-2 pitch off of New York Mets starter Bartolo Colon in the bottom of the second inning, then came around to score [...]

Can New York Yankees Survive Until CC Sabathia, »

Over the first three weeks of the 2014 MLB season, it looked as if starting pitching would carry the New York Yankees in the AL East. Since then, the team has lost 60 percent of its Opening Day rotation and faces the reality of pitching without both Michael Pineda and CC Sabathia through the end of May. New York's rotation, once the strength of [...]

New York Yankees: 1st-Quarter Stock Up, Stock Down for »

The New York Yankees (19-17, 2nd AL East) and their minor league affiliates have just wrapped up the first quarter of the 2014 season, and every rung of the organization has reached at least the 35-game mark. A month-and-a-half of baseball has unfortunately—and much too rapidly—begun to resemble the ever-changing personnel in 2013 that [...]

Three Bold Predictions for the Remainder of the »

The saying in baseball goes, "It, the season, is a marathon, not a sprint." It's nearly impossible to predict what will happen over the course of a major league season. Teams slump, players get injured, and the improbable and impossible are always right around the corner. With that said, it's fun to look into the future, especially when it's the [...]

Stock Up, Stock Down for New York Yankees’ Top »

April has come and gone, and the future stars of the New York Yankees' organizations have now put in several weeks of work to allow us to really gauge how much they have progressed since last season. While four of the team's top-10 prospects have yet to step on the field this year, the future still appears to be pretty bright. That being said, the [...]

MLB Picks: New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Angels »

The New York Yankees are 5-11 in their last 16 games as underdogs dating back to last season, which is important to consider when making your MLB picks Monday, as they take on the Los Angeles Angels at Angel Stadium. Sports bettors will find that the Yankees are plus-135 road underdogs in the pro baseball odds, with the betting total sitting at [...]

Trades the Yankees Should Already Be Thinking About »

The New York Yankees went all in this past offseason, bringing in a slew of free agents including Carlos Beltran, Brian McCann, Jacoby Ellsbury and Masahiro Tanaka. They ended up spending over $500 million. The goal of all that? To win the franchise's 28th World Series Championship. Well, those additions, and others, have already paid huge [...]

New York Yankees: Biggest Winners and Losers for the »

If the standings are all that matter than the New York Yankees couldn't be happier with their April performance. The team wrapped up the month with a 15-11 record, and they're sitting in first place in the American League East. However, April is just the first of a six-month journey through the regular season and isn't necessarily an accurate [...]

Yankees Fan Wins $1.5 Million Lawsuit over »

Sports rivalries can reach ridiculous heights, but few turn into grueling and personal legal battles. Such has been the case for New Jersey club owner Lawrence Blatterfein, a loyal Yankees fan in the New Brunswick area whose only wish was to open a new bar called Buck Foston’s Road House. Unfortunately for Blatterfein, when he attempted to [...]

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