The Yankees lost to the Angels today, 3-5.
There is little to say about today’s game. The Yankees’ starting pitcher, Javier Vazquez (5 1/3 IP 6 H 4 ER 2 BB 4 K), was ineffective against the Angels, although his line might say otherwise (the bullpen, for the most part, kept the [...]
Via Joel Sherman of the NY Post:
David Robertson has not thrown the ball well from late in spring training right through this early season. Now keep in mind that it is both early and that the Yankees like Robertson a lot. They not only love his stuff, but think that he is [...]
I’m sure after I’ve had a few hours to digest the Yankees’ 5-3 loss to the Angels today I’ll be a bit more rational about it, but something about the Yankees’ powerhouse offense getting absolutely shutdown by the likes of Joel Pineiro really stings.
I suppose I have [...]
Joe Girardi had the following to say about Javy Vazquez’ poor outing in his first game:
Javier Vazquez will be trying to move on from his disappointing season debut. Girardi said Vazquez rushed last week again Tampa, causing his arm slot to drop. “His fastball was running too much back across the middle of [...]
Tomorrow, Phil Hughes will make his first start of 2010.
Tomorrow, Phil Hughes will once again take a step towards the future we’ve almost expected him to have since 2004. This time, though, he’ll finally get a full shot at fulfilling that ace potential he’s had ahead of him for his whole career.
In 2007, [...]
Another weekday day game. Alas.
Mike will be at this one, although I don’t know where he’s sitting (or if he’d want people to come say hi), otherwise I’d tell you to go harass him.
Here’s today’s lineup via LoHud:
Derek Jeter SS
Nick Johnson DH
Mark Teixeira 1B
Alex Rodriguez 3B
Robinson Cano [...]
Even my friends who are just casual Yankee fans are aware of the fact that the team usually gets off to slow starts. That’s why the team’s strong play this early April, further underscored by yesterday’s 7-5 win over the Halos in the home opener, has come as such a welcome surprise to [...]
With our first day to start the 2010 season, and the demolition of the old building progressing quickly, I found myself getting a bit melancholy during yesterday’s game. Baseball is always a blend of the old and new, and seeing the 2009 team getting their shiny, newly minted rings juxtaposed against Gene [...]
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