Via the indispensable Bryan Hoch of MLB.com:
Yankees left-hander Andy Pettitte was forced to leave his start against the Orioles on Wednesday with what an MRI examination revealed to be mild inflammation of his pitching elbow.The Yankees said that Pettitte will be treated conservatively and evaluated on a daily basis. Pettitte completed just [...]
The only thing I dislike about attending a baseball game is not knowing why substitutions are being made. When I watch a game on my couch I have the announcers to explain any lineup change. When I watch a game at the Stadium I may not even catch a substitution as it happens.
The Yankees rightfully have a reputation for having a circular lineup that is akin to a meat grinder for opposing pitchers. Going into last night’s game against Baltimore, they were second in the AL in OBP/SLG and first in the league in OPS.
Numerically, the Yankees have been punishing pitchers. Anecdotally, they’ve been shellacking [...]
On Monday night, a young fan ran onto the field at the Phillies/Cardinals game and was tasered after a few brief seconds of outrunning sluggish security guards. Pundits, newscasters and basement-dwellers alike have gnashed their teeth and flailed about on the Internet, newspapers and Twitter, screaming at each other about whether using a taser was [...]
John Harper thinks the Yankees should trade Javy Vazquez to the Mets. He is wrong.
First off, Vazquez is making $11.5MM this season. Unless the Yankees want to pay the rest of it, I don’t think anyone would take it on. I also don’t think that the Yankees would want to pay someone with [...]
The A.J. Burnett signing in the 2008-2009 offseason was arguably one of the more controversial contracts the Yankees doled out to a pitcher in some time. For as derided as Carl Pavano’s 2005 pact would end up becoming, from what I recall most everyone seemed to think it was [...]
On the heels of yesterday’s win with Ramiro Pena, Joba Chamberlain and Francisco Cervelli making key contributions, it’s timely to note just how well Yankee farm products have been performing both here and elsewhere. In his latest Hardball blog piece, Joel Sherman does just that. He writes:
Consider, for [...]
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