Last night was the first start under the “Hughes Rules” and it did not go well. Phil gave up ten hits, seven runs (six earned), with two walks and three strikeouts in 5.2 innings. Let’s examine his last start before the extended rest–6/19 vs. the Mets–and his start last night through the ever friendly Pitch [...]
Nick Swisher has had something of a scorching first half. In 305 plate appearances, he’s knocked 13 home runs and 47 RBI with a batting average of .292 and an on-base and slugging percentage of .372 and .517, respectively. If you prefer the more advanced stats, Swisher has the second-best wOBA in [...]
It’s always tricky to engage in a player’s Hall of Fame merits when he’s still playing if his case is not slam-dunk in either the positive or negative direction. Such is true of Yankee backstop, Jorge Posada. At first thought, most may not make the leap to say Posada is worthy of enshrinement in the [...]
Cliff Lee wasn’t in vintage form, but was still dominant. He pitched a complete game, allowing only 9 base runners. The Yankees managed 4 runs against the lefty (only 3 of them earned) but it wasn’t enough to offset the damage of Phil Hughes‘ bad night. Coming back from his skipped start [...]
Allow me to play captain obvious for a second: it’s never a good time for a player to get injured.
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This, however, is a particularly bad time for Brett Gardner to suffer a setback, even if it is just a day-to-day injury.
In June, Gardner is hitting a [...]
Those of you that follow me on Twitter know that I have recently been railing against the cloud of misinformation surrounding the impending NBA free agency season. On the same day, anonymous sources will be the basis for reports that have LeBron James going to Miami, Chicago, and New York. Conflicting reports continue to emerge, [...]
So the Yankees-Dodgers series ended in style on Sunday night with a fantastic come from behind win but I wasn’t around to write about it, so I’m going to do it now.
Let’s start with Sunday. The ninth inning was definitely awesome to see. Maybe it was the heat, but I was feeling incredibly [...]
Hooray for Interleague Play being over! I realize there are certain aspects of Interleague that are enjoyable to fans, but unless they revamp the schedule so that every team in baseball plays every other team there’s always going to be a certain level of imbalance/unfairness to the proceedings. [...]
In an earlier post this afternoon I profiled the performances of a few Yankee pitching prospects, and in this post, I intend to do the same with a few hitting under-the-radar (for the mainstream prospect follower) prospects.
It seems like Nunez has been around forever, and he has been in the Yankee [...]
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