Are there tough times ahead for the Yankees’ fifth starter, Phil Hughes?
Well, not exactly, however, given a few of his underlying numbers on the season, it does seem as though Hughes is bound to regress a bit going forward. For example, Hughes currently sports a 1.44 ERA, but his FIP is [...]
On the season, Brett Gardner, the Yankees’ speedy left fielder, is batting a very impressive .346/.430/.432. Even with an abnormally high BABIP of .382, Gardner’s fleet-footed ways will allow him to maintain a BABIP close to .320-.330 or so, meaning that his numbers won’t completely flat line with a regression. He could still end the [...]
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Just in case you weren’t aware, Gardner is hitting a ridiculous .346 this season with a staggering .427 OBP, 12 stolen bases, 21 runs scored, and a impressive 10 to 9 BB/K ratio. Sure it’s early, but those are [...]
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A ongoing discussion that I have been having recently with a number of people on Twitter has regarded “The Wave,” a much derided stadium tradition that purists hate. Every time the wave is done, someone at the Stadium or noticing it at home sends out a [...]
With their win over the Orioles Wednesday the Yankees are now 11 games over .500. This isn’t the sort of thing the Yankees do early in May. For example, last season the Yankees didn’t get to 11 games over .500 until June 8th, and then gave that surge right back the next day. [...]
This is getting pretty ho-hum, isn’t it? The Yankees have all but one of the series they’ve played this year after sweeping Baltimore out of the Bronx yesterday. As they have been all season, the Yankees starters have been the biggest contributors to the wins.
All together, starters CC Sabathia, A.J. Burnett, and Andy Pettitte [...]
Yankee fans had a big scare yesterday when they heard ‘elbow injury’ and Andy Pettitte’s name in the same sentence. Andy has had elbow issues going all the way back to the late 90s, and there has long been speculation that at some point it was going to blow up on him. [...]
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