The 2010 regular season has come and gone. Frankly, I can’t believe it. I still feel like it was just last week that I was getting geared up for the first game of the season in Boston. Over the last few days, the season has ended anticlimactically, but the campaign as a whole was a [...]
The Yankees concluded the 2010 regular season with their ugliest stretch of play of the year, beginning the month in sole possession of first place before ultimately falling out for good on the second-to-last Friday of the season en route to a 13-17 in September/October, the team’s only losing month [...]
This is Part 1 of 5 of TheYankeeU’s preview of the 2010 American League Division Series.
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Without doubt, the Twins’ best hope to finally get over the hump and beat the Yankees in the playoffs rests in large part on the young [...]
I have to admit I’m a bit of a sucker for a good old fashioned power ranking, and in light of the Yankees’ 2010 playoff berth, I thought it might be entertaining to create one of my own.
My supremacy ladder is organized into [...]
Each season, TYU writers make a number of predictions regarding the upcoming season, and each year I look back and note how awful most of those predictions are (here’s a link to last season’s retrospective). This season is no different, as 2010 confirmed that, ya know Susan, you just can’t predict baseball.
Who will [...]
Over the last few weeks, I have twice predicted what the Yankees roster will look like in the ALDS. Now that the regular season is complete, I think it is easier to have a grasp on the direction that Joe Girardi will go. I believe the Yankees will take 14 position players and [...]
My boss is also a die-hard Yankee fan. I was talking about the season with him just after CC Sabathia made his last start of the year in Toronto. He was adamant that CC, and not Felix Hernandez, had been the best pitcher in baseball this year. He based some of his [...]
I want to compare the numbers of two pitchers to illustrate a point.
Both are Yankee relievers in different seasons. One pitcher lit the world on fire while the other quietly [...]
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