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Phil Hughes’ Innings Limit Doesn’t Apply »

In an effort to protect the arm of Phil Hughes, who has never gone beyond 146 innings in any one season in his career, the Yankees are limiting him to about 175 innings this year. Many believed this meant that the Yankees would move him to the bullpen in October, as a way of keeping that innings total down. It turns out that isn’t the [...]

New York Yankees Trade Rumors: Brian Cashman Says No »

Via The Star-Ledger: "...general manager Brian Cashman said following the Yankees’ 6-2 victory over the Tigers on Tuesday that he believes the Yankees have enough to weather setbacks. As the deadline for waiver trades approaches at the end of the month, he doesn’t intend to make any moves. "'I’m not anticipating any more [...]

List of New York Yankees’ 29 Signed Draft Picks »

Via Chad Jennings of LoHud: The team's 29 signed draft picks alongside the number of the round they were drafted in. 1. Culver, Cito 2. Gumbs, Angelo 3. Segedin, Robert 4. Williams, Mason 5. Kahnle, Thomas 6. Encinas, Gabe 7. Anderson, Taylor 8. Roller, Kyle 9. Morton, Taylor 10. Gamel, [...]

Yankees Notes: A-Rod, Pettitte, Swisher, Johnson, »

Here are some bits for the day— Alex Rodriguez left Monday’s game with a stiff calf that an MRI revealed to be a low-grade strain in his left calf. He’s day-to-day. Andy Pettitte experienced another setback so he went in for an MRI that revealed that his injured groin wasn’t improving. The Yankees have shut him down for [...]

Baseball History: Hey Charlie Dressen, Leave Joe Black »

In his rookie season of 1952, Joe Black won 15 games for the Brooklyn Dodgers. He lost only four times, pitched to an ERA of 2.15, an ERA+ of 171, and helped the Dodgers win the pennant.Black was voted the National League's Rookie of the Year, and finished third in the MVP balloting.Black was Brooklyn's top relief pitcher. He appeared in 54 [...]

New York Yankees: Who Needs To Do What Now »

The state of the New York Yankees has caused legitimate worry. Latest news: ·Alex Rodriguez—out. ·Andy Pettitte—return pushed back to mid-September. ·Nick Swisher, AJ Burnett—playing hurt. Now, the Bombers are tied atop the AL East, as the Tampa Bay Rays have played catch-up. The Boston Red Sox are lurking [...]

Have Fun at The Top, Whoever You Are »

By Brandon Moor August 17, 2010   How far out of reach was Tampa Bay from overtaking the New York Yankees?  Last night, the wait crossed the finish line as the Rays stole first place from the Yankees, who owned the top spot for the better part of the season.   In a come from behind win against Cliff Lee and the AL Central leading [...]

10 Struggling Stars Whose Turnaround Will Decide the »

As we get ever so close to the end of the 2010 MLB season, the playoff picture has begun to slowly take form. There are six teams in the American division and six teams in the National division fighting for a postseason berth, with everybody else 8 games or more away from even flirting with a wild card. In no specific order, the Yankees, Rays, [...]

New York Yankees: Manic Monday Leads To Seven New »

Fresh off an unacceptable loss to the Kansas City Royals on Sunday afternoon, the New York Yankees arrived back home to face the Detroit Tigers for a four-game set. Instead of keeping the Tampa Bay Rays at bay, the Yankees lost to the Tigers 3-0, but that is just the icing on the cake. Manic Monday’ is an understatement because it brought on [...]

New York Yankees Need To Call Up Ivan Nova, Now! »

After witnessing yet another poor start by Javier Vazquez on Monday, I believe that it is about time to call upon the services of 23-year-old Ivan Nova. As you may or may not know, Vazquez is going through a stretch of dead arm right now, which is severely limiting his velocity on pitches, which are topping out at 88 miles per hour. He got ripped [...]

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