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Jayson Werth May Hire Scott Boras »

Via Craig Calcaterra of Hardball Talk: On Friday, Jerry Crasnick tweeted that Jayson Werth has parted ways with agent Jeff Borris.  Werth was cagey about it when asked over the weekend, denying that he has left Borris and Beverly Hills Sports council.  That’s likely a matter of semantics, however, because Crasnick’s [...]

Baltimore Orioles Similar to Early 90′s New York »

Via the NY Post: Maybe it is not a mirror image, but Buck Showalter admits becoming manager of the Orioles feels a bit like when he once became manager of the Yankees. “It does a little bit,” Showalter said yesterday in The Bronx. “ some similarities. ”Showalter has returned to the AL East after a 15-year hiatus. He has [...]

Fantasy Baseball: Tuesday News and Notes »

Ah, it's good to be back... Last Night Rewind Keep an eye on Ryan Kalish in deeper leagues heading in to next season. Kalish has shown the ability to hit and is working on adjustments to the big-league game. He hit another grand slam last night and stole two bases, giving him three in his short stint. Kalish is likely to stick at this point [...]

New York Yankees Notes: Sabathia, Pettitte, Kearns, »

The Yankees finally go back to playing night games as they try to end their two-game losing streak tonight against the Orioles with CC Sabathia on the mound. Sabathia is going for his 20th win of the season. Here are some notes: James “Mudcat” Grant once wrote a book about all of the African American pitchers to win 20 games, he [...]

New York Yankees: Why Is A.J. Burnett So Inconsistent? »

To say the least, 2010 has been a season of inconsistency for A.J. Burnett. After his first start of the season, his ERA was 5.40. By his sixth start, it was 1.99. 10 starts later, it was 5.25. Now, after his 27th start, his ERA stands at 5.15, and unless he can bring that down over a full point (unlikely), it will be the highest of his career. [...]

September To Remember: MLB Playoff Plot Thickening In »

Perhaps you remember several years ago when rock band Green Day released their hit album American Idiot (I happen to because it was the first one I ever bought). Anyway, one of the songs was titled “Wake Me Up When September Ends.” As the title suggests, the song yearns for the supposedly dreadful month to end and for October to [...]

Scott Brosius Interview: New York Yankees’ Blast »

Scott Brosius, '98 World Series MVP, has been out of baseball since 2001.  The three-time World Series winner now coaches baseball at his alma mater in Oregon, Linfield College, where he has put together an impressive resume.  Over his first three seasons at the helm, Brosius compiled an outstanding 100-38 (.724) record.  The [...]

Yankee Quick Hits: Showalter’s Revenge »

Under Buck Showalter, the Orioles have become a different team and it showed this afternoon as the O’s beat the Yankees 4-3. A.J. Burnett wasn’t horrible, but wasn’t good enough, as he allowed four runs over seven innings for the loss. Here are some quick highlights: The Yankees had a guy with a .331 OBP leading off and a guy [...]

New York Yankees: How Bad Is Derek Jeter’s 2010? »

Everyone knows by now that Derek Jeter is having the worst season of his career. His career OPS-plus is 120, and this year it's 95. Last year he had one of his best years, with an OPS-plus of 132 and the best defensive season of his career (finally posting a positive UZR).  This year, his defense hasn’t been the worst of his career, [...]

MLB Hot Topic: New York Yankees Vs. The Jeter Meter »

Derek Jeter is a household name. In case you didn't know, Jeter is the starting shortstop and Captain of the New York Yankees. He has five World Series rings, four Silver Slugger Awards, and  four Golden Gloves along with countless other awards. Some of them recognized Jeter the player, others Derek the person. Jeter is the ultimate Captain. [...]

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