Earlier today, Pete Abraham (LoHud) noted the following:
It’s not official yet, but it sounds like the Yankees could put Joba back into the rotation rather than use Mitre and Gaudin on consecutive days. CC’s long start certainly helped the bullpen last night.
Marc Carig has confirmed that the Yankees will, indeed, start [...]
Neil Best recently interviewed Yankees radio voice John Sterling, and there were some interesting quotes:
In his 21st season as the Yankees’ voice, Sterling remains perhaps the most polarizing figure in New York sports media, a hot-button topic both loved and loathed – sometimes by the same people.
What does the man himself have [...]
I know the Yankees’ team offense is off-the-charts awesome, what with leading all of MLB in runs, home runs, OBP, SLG and OPS, but it’s hard not to see Adam Dunn’s 6th-best-in-MLB .976 OPS and wonder “what if?”
I know most people will scoff and say “But Adam Dunn only strikes out and therefore isn’t [...]
Steve over at Was Watching brought up an interesting question. Who would you have on the postseason roster if the season ended today? He listed the 18 “obvious” players, and then completed his list with the following:
That leaves seven slots left. And, I would bet that five of those go to:
The Joba Chamberlain issue is incredibly polarizing, as seemingly anyone who writes about baseball for a living has chimed in with their opinion. Yesterday, Wally Matthews checked in with his entirely predictable thoughts:
“We’re just trying to be smart about it,” Girardi said. “We’re not trying to overwork him his first time in the [...]
I think this would be a terrible trade for the Yankees. Arroyo has been bad on the road and at home for the [...]
RAB touched on the Yanks’ plan for Joba yesterday, and it sounds like the Yankees know what they’re doing. I don’t think they are necessarily going to throw the Joba rules out the window — it sounds like they’re spacing the remainder of his regular season starts out enough to provide leeway for Joba [...]
At 35, Yankee Left Fielder Johnny Damon is having one of his best seasons, posting a line of .289/.370/.532 with 22 HRs and 67 RBIs. His OPS stands at .902, good for #2 among AL Left Fielders for this season, trailing only Boston’s Jason Bay. At his current pace, he should easily finish the [...]
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