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Yankees Better Off With Mattingly Than Girardi »

If Joe Girardi decides he had enough of the Yankees experience and goes to the Cubs, the Yankees can forget about Don Mattingly managing them. The Dodgers hired Mattingly as their new manager after Joe Torre announced he won't return as the Dodger manager next year. This is too bad. The Yankees need a manager who appreciates the game. They need a [...]

New York Yankees Resting Brett Gardner Until the »

As many Yankee fans know, Brett Gardner had a negative MRI on his wrist recently. The Yanks decided to give the speedy left fielder a corristone shot, which for a few days would make it near impossible for Gardner to swing a bat. Since he hurt the wrist when he was hit by a pitch in an interleague game against the Dodgers, we've [...]

Gardner Back In Lineup, Sanchez Called-Up »

Brett Gardner, who has been dealing with an injured wrist that needed a cortisone shot last week, is back in the lineup tonight against the Baltimore Orioles. RHP Romulo Sanchez will also joined the team in the bullpen. Gardner is not likely 100 percent, but with no damage to his wrist,  just inflammation, he can play without [...]

Brian Cashman, New York Yankees Do Not Have Playoff »

This past week, Major League Baseball witnessed one of the best three-game, going-for-the-division slug fests in history.  Three one-run games.  Two extra inning games.  Cy Young caliber pitching.  Heavy hitting.  Seven lead changes. The New York Yankees, Tampa Bay Rays clash featured playoff-caliber baseball, a preview of [...]

Yankees-Orioles Pitching Preview: AJ Burnett Needs to »

The New York Yankees need to turn around this horrid road trip. The usually easy wins against the Baltimore Orioles are a thing of the past, as the Bombers visit the most-improved team at Camden Yard this weekend for three games. New York Yankees starting pitcher AJ Burnett will take the mound. Burnett has been a mess this season. Burnett’s [...]

MLB’s Worst: Is Derek Jeter One of the Bottom »

Over the many years of player comparison and analysis, our understanding of what it means to be a great baseball player has continually evolved.Along with that, we have also formed a better comprehension of the concept of a "bad" player.There was a time when we would assess shortstops, catchers, and center fielders based merely on their [...]

You Got Punk’d: New York Yankees’ Derek »

New York Yankees star Derek Jeter’s on-field performance the other night against the Tampa Bay Rays has definitely caught the eye of the sports world. In case you missed Jeter’s trickery, just click HERE to watch it. Everyone from NASCAR drivers to retired NFL players to Jeter himself was asked their opinion on the situation. As [...]

Derek Jeter’s Acting No Different Than That of a »

Derek Jeter is loved by many and hated by more. No matter what he does, there are still going to be people who hate him and people who love him. On Wednesday night, a Chad Qualls fastball ran inside on the Yankees captain, and Jeter spun around, acting as if he was hit by the pitch. However, the replay showed that the ball hit the bat and missed [...]

Fantasy Baseball: Friday News and Notes »

Last Night Rewind The limited slate of games last night did yield some solid performances from the Giants, who took over first place last night. Jonathan Sanchez struck out 12 in seven innings of work yesterday while allowing only one run on four hits. Better still, after walking seven in his last outing he did not walk a batter in last night's [...]

Derek Jeter the Cheater? Say It Ain’t So! »

He is, to me, the only likable Yankee—Curtis Granderson excluded.There's no profundity in hating the New York Yankees, I realize that. A rumpled sportswriter once said that rooting for the Yankees is like rooting for U.S. Steel; that quote could be updated, and you'd substitute Microsoft or Comcast for U.S. Steel.So I'm not the Lone [...]

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