We have had a lot of discussion here at TYU over the last few days regarding the All Star game and whether certain Yankees players should be chosen to attend this year’s contest. I wanted to create a thread where everyone could log their choices for Yankee All-Stars. Simply put, imagine fans did not vote [...]
Robinson Cano is hitting really well this year. Not including last night’s 1-5 performance, he’s got a .438 wOBA which is the fifth best mark in baseball. It leads all second basemen by .038 points (Kelly Johnson, .400). He also leads second basemen in average (the majors as well), OBP, SLG, OPS, wRC, and [...]
Yesterday’s debate over my Andy Pettitte piece was for the most part informative and conversational. Sure, there are some people that think the W-L record is an important way to figure out “who’s good at bearing down”, but for the most part we were able to have a good discussion about what stats were the [...]
The baseball media hyped last night’s game against the Yankees as a great pitcher’s duel: CC Sabathia versus Roy Halladay. It didn’t turn out that way. Halladay gave up six runs in only six innings of work, and yielded three home runs, which tied his career high.
The match up didn’t [...]
Coming in to 2010, we all weren’t sure if Brett Gardner was going to be an everyday player. In 2009, he posted a .337 wOBA, an average mark, but it was in just 284 plate appearances. Through 232 this year, not including last night’s win versus the Phillies in which Gardner tripled and singled, he [...]
The Yankees incredibly got to Roy Halladay for six earned runs en route to an 8-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday evening. Halladay was shockingly ineffective against the team he has pretty much owned more than any pitcher owns any other [...]
This is something I’ll be adding to my other regular feature “Keeping up with the ex-Yanks”. Many Yankee stories get covered to death, but then there are others seem to fly under the radar. Anything that could impact the Yanks, from rumblings in the trade market to a hot prospect in the minors will [...]
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