There is no possible way I can sum up this game. None. So take a look at this graph. It’s shiny.
Okay, bullet points:
1) Phil Hughes had his first not good outing, even though he left the game with a lead. Basically, he didn’t have a ‘finish’ pitch working, and [...]
For all its abstractness, whatever clutch might be defined as, Francisco Cervelli seems to embody the term. Though Cervelli has only started 15 games, he already has 14 RBI on the season, and, more impressively, almost half of those runs were produced in high-leverage situations. The numbers tell the story, as Cervelli has [...]
According to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports, the Yankees’ designated hitter, Nick Johnson, will undergo surgery on his right wrist tomorrow, as the cortisone injection he recently received must not have done the trick. KR continues that the surgery will likely keep Johnson sidelined until July (it’s Johnson though, so he may very well [...]
Frankie Piliere chimed in yesterday with an intriguing tweet that caught the eye of many Yankees fans interested in the draft:
Yankees fans I hesitate to say this. I know u too well. But multiple sources say very good shot Ranaudo falls to NYY ala Brackman
The question is whether the Yankees have any [...]
Way back on April 28, I wrote an article about Derek Jeter and his lack of plate discipline so far this season. Since then, the Yankee shortstop has hit just .229/.289/.343. No matter where one hits in the lineup, a line this weak is putrid. When it comes from a leadoff hitter, it’s [...]
Following up on our recent interview with TYU, I’m pleased to present another chat with a Yankee blog that has very quickly become one of my favorites.
It’s no secret that there are a ridiculous amount of people who almost inexplicably spend a good portion of their spare time [...]
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In preparation for my pre-draft top-30 prospect ranking, I’ll be looking at some prospect whose stock is on the rise. First up is Austin Romine.
Austin Romine is off to a very strong start at Double-A Trenton. He’s hitting .296/.372/.472 in his first 28 games while dealing [...]
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