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New York Yankees: Are They Really American League East »

Apparently, to two-time All-Star selection Mark Teixeira, the New York Yankees, with the highest payroll and the best offense in the league, are now underdogs. "I think we relish the underdog role,” Teixeira said. “I love it. I love the fact that people say Boston’s the best team in the league right now. They had a great [...]

New York Yankees: Get Derek Jeter Signed, Otherwise »

As you may, scratch that, ALREADY have heard, the talks between the New York Yankees and Derek Jeter have "gotten heated".  Insults have been said, and other things each side wishes they hadn't done has been released in the press.  Many New York media outlets and reporters are congratulating the Steinbrenners and GM Brian Cashman for not [...]

New York Yankees: 5 Moves To Blow Out the Competition »

With the MLB Hot Stove just begining to heat up, its time we look at the possible moves for this off-season.  Since the Yankees didn't make the World Series and thus labeling the 2010 season as a failure, they will definetely be looking to add pieces to make them better. Even though the Yankees don't do every single rumor that is made by a [...]

New York Yankees: Why the ALCS Series Loss Is the End »

The Rangers beat the Yankees four games to two in the 2010 ALCS, and with the loss, the great New York Yankees season is over.  Many players are gong to free agency, and the managerial spot for the Yankees is very much so up in the air.  Let's start with Derek Jeter.  The Yankee captain is one of the most likely to sign back with [...]

Javier Vasquez: Does He Get a Start In The World »

Throughout the 2010 season, the New York Yankees had many pitching issues.  Like with A.J. Burnett, he was about as frustrating a pitcher you can come across.  What about Andy Pettitte, going down with an injury mid-season and forcing a spot-starter to go in his place. And then there's Javier Vasquez.  After starting the season much [...]

The Yankees Playoff Rotation With The Best Chance of »

You can say a lot of things about the New York Yankees.  They've got the most money, their offense is unbeatable, the list goes on and on.  However, one thing you can't say is that their starters are a lock every time they take the mound. A.J. Burnett has been up and down, Hughes has been shaky but good for the most part, and Javier [...]

Looking Back On The Curtis Granderson Trade: Boom Or »

In this past off-season, the New York Yankees needed a bat.  Having no Hideki Matsui or Johnny Damon, they need someone to fill an outfield void.  So, they did what they always do: they got who they wanted. Curtis Granderson came to the Yankees as part of a three-team, six player deal; sending Granderson to New York, Ian Kennedy and [...]

2010 Postseason: Why The Yankees Can Still Win The »

      The New York Yankees are in a slump.  A bad one at that.  However, they are still very much in the hunt.  With their magic number down to 3, and facing the Red Sox, there's a good chance that they will have clinched a playoff spot by the end of the weekend.  With many of the Yankees in their 30's, [...]

Josh Hamilton Out: What Does That Mean for the Other »

Yesterday, Josh Hamilton ran into a wall chasing down a fly ball.  Today, it was confirmed that he would be out indefinitely. So what does that mean for the other MVP hopefuls like Robinson Cano, Miguel Cabrera, and possibly even CC Sabathia? Hamilton was the clear MVP favorite, hitting .361 with 31 home runs and 97 RBI.  Still only in [...]

Five Options the Yankees Could Use If Andy Pettitte »

On Friday, Andy Pettitte threw a bullpen session in Chicago. He threw at 75 percent however felt fine.  That was supposed to be the day when we would know whether or not Pettitte would come back.  Instead, he will probably throw another session and the Yankees will take it from there.  There are two possible outcomes for that [...]