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Roger Clemens To Be Indicted for Perjury »

The New York Times said Thursday that Roger Clemens, one of the best pitchers of all time, will be indicted on charges of making false statements to the U.S. Congress during the investigation involving steroids.Two people briefed on the matter said the charges came from testimonies that Clemens and his former trainer Brian McNamee had given under [...]

Yankees Notes: Recap, Warren, SI Promotions »

The Yankees offense has struggled a bit of late but Jeremy Bonderman helped out with that as they broke out with three home runs, topping Miguel Cabrera‘s pair, to win 9-5 at home last night. Here are some notes: Things got a little heated in this one. Brett Gardner got thrown at in the first inning. Then in the 8th Chad Gaudin threw at [...]

Small Market Success: Six Small MLB Clubs (and the »

The New York Yankees’ 2010 payroll is $206,333,389 with the average player making over $8.25 million this season. New York has more than double the payroll of 22 of the remaining 29 ballclubs and more than triple the payroll of seven other teams. Not one of the other seven clubs who has a salary of over $100 million currently sits atop [...]

New York Yankees Fans Are Randy for Grandy »

New York Yankee fans have been waiting patiently for Curtis Granderson to figure himself out and it was well worth the wait. Presently, the hardest stretch of the regular season is well underway for teams in contention, making the Yankees timing for heading into crisis-mode a serious concern. The worrying began after the Bombers lost two of [...]

Mark Teixeira Leads New York Yankees To Victory »

Mark Teixeira was 3-for-4 with two RBI, and seven New York pitchers led the Yankees to a 9-5 win over Detroit Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium. With the win, New York remained in a first place tie in the AL East with Tampa Bay. Detroit dropped to 2-5 against the Yankees this season. New York used a pair of home runs to open the scoring in the [...]

If the Granderson Trade Never Happened… »

As the CC Sabathia and the Yankees beat up on Justin Verlander and the Tigers Tuesday night, a very interesting battle occurred within the war. Austin Jackson, an outfielder who was developed in the Yankee system, hit a home run on the first pitch thrown by the Yankees ace, CC Sabathia. The inning later, Curtis Granderson, who was traded for [...]

Granderson’s New Swing Working So Far »

At the beginning of the month Curtis Granderson was in the middle of one of the worst slumps of his career. Over the span of 11 games from July 30th through August 11th, Granderson was three-for-29 (.103 BA) with just one extra base hit. At that point, Granderson went to Yankees hitting coach Kevin Long and, figuring things couldn’t get much [...]

Yogi Berra vs. Casey Stengel Quote War »

Yogi vs Casey Quote War: Top That      This week we’re making the quote face-off battle between two of the funniest baseball managers of all time – Yogi Berra and Casey Stengel. Both were Yankees, one played for the other and it should be classic. We’ll try to keep it on baseball but you never know about [...]

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 [...]

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