Tom Tango has a poll up at his excellent website in which he asks the following question:
I AM a Yankees fan. My team has 150 million dollars to spend. I’d rather it go to:
1) Derek Jeter
2) Cliff Lee
Tom is trying to determine how attached Yankees fans are to Jeter, and [...]
According to Melissa Segura of SI, the Yankees have signed international free agent CF Wilmer Romero. The video above is a brief clip of Romero taking batting practice. Segura does not have bonus data as of yet, but “imagines it is significant.”
Word spread like wildfire throughout the Yankee blogosphere yesterday that Joba Chamberlain will be officially relegated to relief work next season, presumably for the rest of his Yankee career.
If this declaration is indeed true (and let’s face it, most of us have assumed this decision inevitable), it will [...]
Going into the 2008-2009 free agency period, it was pretty clear that the Yankees were going to make a big splash on the free agent market. The club had missed the playoffs in 2008, and had a number of contracts coming off the books. With a large need at the top of the rotation, it [...]
As I like to do every season, I’m going to compare the Yankee players’ theoretical fWAR dollars to their actual salaries and see which players gave the Yankees the most value and which players drained the most money. We’ll do batters today and pitchers tomorrow.
We’ll do the list in WAR order (nine highest), then [...]
The Yankees held their end-of-season press conference yesterday. From Cliff Lee to Derek Jeter, most of the conference’s subject matter was to be expected. One thing surprised me, though. Brian Cashman confessed that he felt he had a poor offseason heading into 2010. The results of Cashman’s efforts may have been [...]
I promise I’m just about done reliving the horror show that was the 2010 ALCS, but as I kept thinking about the Yankees’ heinous collective offensive line of .201/.300/.370 along with even more brutal pitching numbers, I couldn’t help but wonder how poorly the 2010 ALCS stood with regards to [...]
Brian Cashman said something interesting in an interview yesterday with WFANs Mike Francesa that may shed some light on why pitching coach Dave Eiland was let go. Here’s the audio:
MF:”How about Burnett, how do you feel about him going forward?”
BC:”All the ability is there. He [...]
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