Forget Carl Crawford. In the American League, no other player is as fast or as wise with his wheels than the Yankees’ left fielder, Brett Gardner. Not Carl Crawford, not Rajai Davis, not Elvis Andrus—none of them are as good, for that mantle – the best baserunner in the AL – belongs solely to the [...]
(the following originally appeared on my blog here last night)
I don’t always watch the postgame show. Most of what I care about–manager and player quotes–are picked up on by the beat writers, but after a win like tonight’s, I kept YES on while I made gleeful and petulant comments on Twitter.
Girardi’s postgame [...]
Now that we know Nick Johnson will be out until July due to undergoing wrist surgery, we need to assess the DH situation for the Yankees and determine how they should approach it.
The first choice, the “logical” one so to speak, is for the team to stomach Randy Winn in left (he’s actually hitting [...]
And so the thinkable has happened: Yankeeist’s beloved Nick Johnson, a.k.a Nick the Stick a.k.a. Nick the Walk will be spending significant time on the disabled list, out until sometime in July at the earliest.
While injuries have not been kind to the Yankees thus far in the 2010 season, they’ve still managed to score a lot of runs (5.76 per game) despite only having their Opening Day lineup intact for 20 of 38 games.
The real culprit behind the majority of the Yankees’ losses [...]
David Adams has probably been the most exciting rising prospect in the Yankee system this season. His statistics:
The banged-up Yankee roster had to resort to using Javier Vazquez as a long reliever last night. I actually give Joe Girardi a lot of credit for foresight – he skipped Javier in the rotation in part to take a start away from his worst starting pitcher, but also in part to allow the team [...]
I was at this one, and since I’ve never been to a playoff game it ended up being the most exciting game I’ve ever seen live. Josh, my partner in crime from Detroit, was in the seat next to me. After watching the Bombers lose three of 4 in the Motor City [...]
-Marcus Thames delivers the game winner off everyone’s favorite Red Sox, Johnathan Papelbon. Had Swisher not been out with a bicep injury and Posada not hurt his foot the night before, Marcus most likely would have never been in the game with Righty Dice-K as the starter. Then the Lefthander platoon specialist [...]
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