[Alliteration for the win!]
For the first five innings, Allan James Burnett bumbled about.
“I didn’t have anything,” he said.
Handed leads of 3-1 and then 5-3, Burnett could maintain neither, and while he only walked two, he did surrender eleven hits. Eleven hits over nine innings would be a WHIP over 1.00 for the [...]
This season, Melky Cabrera has been worth 0.7 WAR as a center fielder. He’s not hitting particularly well (wOBA is .326, second lowest in the AL) and his defense has been below average (UZR/150 of -6.9). He’s basically better than he was a year ago, but when you consider that Melky was worth 0.1 WAR [...]
From Chad Jennings, we learn that the Yankees have called up Francisco Cervelli, Ramiro Pena, Mark Melancon, Mike Dunn and Edwar Ramirez. No surprises there. Expect to see Shelley Duncan, Anthony Claggett, Juan Miranda and Brett Gardner get the call later, as well (Austin Jackson remains a possibility, too).
(props to RAB)
From the NY Post:
When Alex Rodriguez and the Yankees picked Dr. Marc Philippon to operate on the superstar’s right hip in March, they did so because they believed the Vail-based surgeon was the best in the business.Apparently, they were right.
When Philippon was done with the March 9 surgery, which repaired a torn [...]
Yankees catcher Austine Romine was named Player of the Year and Twins right-hander Dave Bromberg was voted Pitcher of the Year on Monday as the Florida State League revealed its 2009 postseason All-Star team.
Romine, following in the footsteps of former Tampa catcher Jesus Montero, put up solid numbers for the [...]
Coming in to the All-Star break, the Yankees rotation for the playoffs seemed pretty obvious. CC Sabathia and AJ Burnett would start games 1 and 2 respectively, while Joba Chamberlain and Andy Pettitte would fight it out for the nod in Game 3. However, the last 40 or so games have muddied this picture considerably, [...]
Yankee fans have long had a love affair with Andy Pettitte, having watched him grow up from the bright-eyed kid who had an inauspicious debut on Buck Showalter’s 1995 team to the beloved Yankee with a championship pedigree he is today. Jerry Hairston may have broke up Andy Pettitte’s bid for Baseball immortality with [...]
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