Steve and I have been sparring lately over the credibility issues inherent in the whole Roberts-Rodriguez brouhaha. We recently debated the issue by email, and the following is our unedited conversation. I post it because I think a lot of the pertinent issues from both sides of the fence are brought up, and encourage you [...]
According to a NY Post report, Alex Rodriguez will return to the team – and the lineup – Friday night against the Baltimore Orioles.
A conference call was scheduled between Rodriguez and members of the Yankee front office for this afternoon, and A-Rod was going to tell the organization how he felt and what [...]
It’s May, the Yanks have dipped a game below .500, have slipped 3.5 games behind Boston, and crotchety mainstream sportswriters’ thoughts turn to firing managers. Is it time for Joe to go? Is it his fault that the Yanks are slightly underperforming to this point? Let’s face facts: the Yankees are only slightly underachieving thus [...]
Despite the 4 game losing streak, there are signs things of good things to come right around the corner. Alex comes back tomorrow, and his impact on the lineup will be substantial. Nady is also expected back in a few weeks, much sooner than initially reported, which will improve the lineup and bench on [...]
Mlb.com is reporting that Manny Ramirez has tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs, and will be suspended for 50 games. I’m sure we’ll be hearing all about this on ESPN for the next few months. I’m sure there will be a lot of denials and accusations, and Manny will deny having taken steroids in the [...]
The Yankees fell 4-3 on the strength of a solo homer run by Carlos Pena in the top of the 10th, off Phil Coke. AJ Burnett started and was decent going 6 innings and allowing 3 runs. Mark Teixeira had a game tying three run double with two outs in the bottom of [...]
Yankee manager Joe Girardi told reporters before yesterday’s game that reliever Brian Bruney isn’t any closer to returning. The Daily News has the story:
Bruney, on the DL with a strained flexor muscle, still felt something in his elbow when he played catch on Saturday, causing the Yankees to shut [...]
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