The graph provided above outlines Nick Swisher’s plate discipline and contact rates on the season. As you can clearly see, in each respective category – from O-Swing percentage (percentage of pitches a better swings at outside of the strike zone) to O-Contact percentage (percentage of times a batter makes contact when swinging [...]
Fans and readers, we’ve reached a milepost in the 2010 baseball season. The first two months have come and gone, and the season is beginning to take shape. Where do the Yankees stand? To put it quite bluntly, they stand in a pretty damn good spot. They’re 31-20, good for second place in the American [...]
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This is one of what will be an extended series of posts that will run over the summer. I will do one post covering the top 5 Yankees by WAR (Wins Above Replacement) at each position, plus a second profile piece on one player at each position. [...]
So two months of the 2010 baseball season are officially in the books, which means it’s time for Yankeeist to take a look at what the team did in May along with how they’re faring year-to-date. For last month’s wrap-up, click here.
May felt like a pretty bumpy ride, [...]
The Yankees took three of four (should’ve been four out of four) from the lowly Cleveland Indians this weekend, so let’s wrap this baby up quickly.
THE GOOD: THE OFFENSE
The best thing about this weekend’s series with the Yankees was clearly the offense. They put up 8, 11, 7, and 11 runs during the [...]
I finally caught some Yankee baseball over the long weekend, although it would be short-lived due to another stunning day in New York City featuring a fantastic picnic in Central Park that capped off a phenomenal Memorial Day weekend.
The Yankees took care of business, routing the Indians 11-2 [...]
Looks like the Hughes Rules are finally being unveiled, and it’s nothing as unusual as what happened last year with Joba Chamberlain. MLB.com has the story:
The Yankees have four scheduled days off in June and another five in July, including a four-day All-Star break and the Monday immediately [...]
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