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New York Yankees: 8 Ways GM Brian Cashman Has Actually »

When the New York Yankees are unable to perform well during a season, or when a recently signed player does not perform up to par, it is easy for fans to point the finger and blame general manager Brian Cashman for their downfall. That is the core reason why the GM has been criticized harshly throughout the years. Yes, Cashman has made costly [...]

CC Sabathia: One-on-One with the Yankee About Boston, »

After finally catching up to the powerful Boston Red Sox, with the two teams tied for first, the New York Yankees have unfortunately fallen back to the second-place position in the AL East standings. With the Yankees not too far behind, it will be no difficult feat for the team to advance in front of the Sox, especially with their ace pitcher CC [...]

CC Sabathia Exclusive: New York Yankees Pitcher »

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Derek Jeter: 5 Yankees Who’ll Need to Step Up »

When Derek Jeter takes himself out of a game, you know it has to be serious.The captain was one step closer to reaching his 3,000th hit in Monday's game against the Cleveland Indians. Reaching his 2,994th hit, many believed Jeter would reach his long-awaited milestone during a home game before the Yankees leave for their six-day road [...]

MLB Trade Speculation: 7 Players the Yankees Could »

Coming into the 2011 season with a mediocre starting rotation, the New York Yankees alleviated worries by presenting a top-notch bullpen filled with dominance and reliability. Unfortunately, their key to victory has failed, as relievers Rafael Soriano, Pedro Feliciano and Joba Chamberlain are each suffering [...]

MLB Trade Speculation: Will the New York Yankees Go »

Unreliable, inconsistent and ineffective. Those were three of the many words used during the offseason to describe the New York Yankees' 2011 starting rotation. Being left practically empty-handed after losing aces Andy Pettitte and Cliff Lee, the New York Yankees were left with A.J. Burnett and Phil Hughes, two pitchers whose tendency to fall [...]

New York Yankees: Why the Yankees Will Be Fine Without »

When Rafael Soriano signed a $35 million contract with the New York Yankees in January, the Yankees were desperate for a consistent and reliable pitcher to join their starting rotation. Unfortunately, unable to accomplish that feat, the Yankees instead resorted to having a top-notch bullpen. Acquiring Soriano seemed like the perfect remedy at the [...]

New York Yankees: Curtis Granderson Among 6 Bombers »

At the moment, the New York Yankees remain the leaders of the American League standings with the Boston Red Sox and the Tampa Bay Rays directly behind them. Facing multiple ups and downs this season such as the injuries of Phil Hughes and Rafael Soriano, the early success of pitchers A.J. Burnett and Bartolo Colon and the unfortunate [...]

AJ Burnett, Joba Chamberlain & Other Yankees Ready »

When baseball players fall into the same insufficient pattern season after season, it is difficult for fans to believe they can rise above and perform to their full potential as players. Going into the 2011 season, fans had difficulty believing that the New York Yankees would be able to possess a starting rotation with the qualities of [...]

Rafael Soriano: Why the New York Yankees Weren’t »

Entering the 2011 season, the New York Yankees presented a top-notch bullpen expected to possess dominance, consistency and strength against their opponents.With the greatest closer in baseball, Mariano Rivera and former closer Rafael Soriano acting as a setup man, who would think anything less from this forceful bullpen, right? With [...]

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