Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News ran a piece today in which he graded the Yankees. I’m going to tell you which ones I agree and disagree with.
Let’s just get the ones I agree with out of the way. I agree with Mo’s, Andy’s, Gardner’s, CC’s, Marte’s, Rodriguez’s, Thames’s, Vazquez’s, Burnett’s, [...]
Today, the series on xBABIP and the 2010 Yankees continues with an examination of Brett Gardner. The introduction to xBABIP, how it’s formulated and why it’s useful, can be found in the first piece discussing Mark Teixeira. Unlike Teixeira, Brett Gardner has a sky-high BABIP of .360 so far in 2010. This [...]
With the Rays coming to town for a series that I believe will set the tone for the Yankees’ second half, now seems like a good time to examine the seasons Carl Crawford and Brett Gardner are having. Most Yankeeist readers will remember from the preseason that the Yankees were said to [...]
When the Yankees take the field tonight, they’ll do so whilst owning the best record in Major League Baseball– something they’ve had for a while now–along with a two game lead over Tampa Bay for first place in the quarrelsome A.L. East. Their first 23 games out of the All Star break may just challenge [...]
Divisional rivals — not to mention the teams with the two best records in Major League Baseball — the Tampa Bay Rays (54-34, 2nd place in the AL East, 2 GB) and New York Yankees (56-32, 1st place in the AL East, 2 game lead) square off at Yankee Stadium [...]
I just wanted to post an open letter thanking Joe and Evan for giving me an opportunity to be on their show. Both of them are very down to earth in person, and were gracious hosts. Producers Pete Bilotti and Dov Kramer also passed by to say hi, and it was nice meeting them as [...]
I initially planned to write this post after hearing that Jesus Montero was going to Seattle to be the centerpiece of a Cliff Lee trade. However, since the 20-year old phenom is still in the Yankee system, the already-impressive Yankee catching depth is all the stronger. After the jump, let’s take a look at the [...]
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