The Yankees decided to make this one more interesting than they should have. The offense did its job, plating 6 runs, including an opposite field 2-run homer from Alex Rodriguez and 2 hits from both Curtis Granderson and Mark Teixeira, but CC Sabathia was just OK. The big lefty started [...]
Mark Teixeira needs to talk to Jobu or sacrifice a whole chicken or run a chicken bone cross up and down his bat. Anything to get his power back.
Tex went 0-5 last night (with zero walks) and since his three home run game in Boston, he’s had just 6 extra base hits (three doubles, [...]
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This is the second in 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 [...]
Last night, Phil Hughes had another fantastic game. He tossed seven innings while giving up just one hit and one run, walking only one, and striking out seven. He also did something that I’ll be happy with.
My last article about Phil touched on his lack of non-fastballs and my frustration with that. Coming [...]
Now that Brett Gardner has come down to Earth a bit it’s time to revisit one of my least favorite topics: Carl Crawford. Yankeeist regulars know my thoughts on Crawford, but allow me to reiterate: I love Crawford. His game is awesome. I just don’t want my team to sign him for [...]
I took my sweet time getting home from the Stadium tonight. It was only fitting that I had no idea what took place in Detroit until Baseball Tonight came on ESPN. The only thing I can say is that I’m a strong proponent of instant replay in every sport. Shoddy officiating robbed Armando [...]
The TV sports recaps, talk radio stations and internet were all deluged late last night with an avalanche of much-deserved criticism for Umpire Jim Joyce last night, who blew a call that would have been the final out of a perfect game for Armando Galaragga. Never before have we had such a [...]
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