According to Chad Jennings, Jorge Posada started catching drills yesterday, so we can assume that the three catcher era of the 2010 Yankee season is about to come to an end.
And, while Jorge Posada hasn’t hit hotly since coming off of the disabled list, this will be a welcome move. Since May 15th–the [...]
I’ll be back to chime in if the Yankees do anything interesting in the late Day 3 rounds. For now, I’d like to say a few things.
I still don’t really know what to make of the Cito Culver pick. The Yankees are definitely betting that their judgment on the kid is better than everyone [...]
From our friends at NoMaas, I want you to take a look at this graphic
Peruse it, think about it, and come back here when you figure out what everyone has in common.
You know the common complaint, that the Yankees buy their World Series, and all of that, and yet we have [...]
With Jorge Posada back from the DL, the Yankees have a circular lineup again. Through Tuesday’s victor over the Orioles the Yankees have been busting out the following lineup:
That’s a solid order from start to finish, but some players are better than others. Here’s a closer look at how everyone [...]
In an other wise relatively harmless article that was in yesterday’s Daily News, Mike Lupica said something that really got under my skin:
Cano covers No. 3 and No. 4 in the order, he covers no-show Nick Johnson and Curtis Granderson and Brian Cashman letting Johnny Damon and Hideki Matsui just walk out the door. [...]
Here’s a quick recap of my day at Nationals Park: First of all, it was a classic baseball day. Great [...]
After a long day, I woke up early to start to process the Yankee draft Day 2. Here is a spreadsheet that I made with all their picks, and some of my notes:
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Best Value Pick: Robert Segedin, 3rd round. This guy has [...]
So I know we haven’t written anything about the 2010 draft thus far. Quite frankly, amateur talent is neither Mike’s nor my forte, and aside from reading Mike Axisa’s prospect profiles I know very little about the majority of the guys the Yanks were considering and ended up taking, and [...]
On a night when the entire baseball world was focused on Washington, D.C. — and rightly so, as Stephen Strasburg pitched what may have been the most dominating Major League debut in history, throwing seven innings of two-run ball with 14(!) strikeouts — the baseball team located about [...]
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