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CC Sabathia has dropped 15 pounds through a combination of cardio workouts and weight training this offseason and is aiming to drop 15 more before Spring Training begins. “I’m turning 30 this year, getting a little older,” he joked. “Hopefully [the weight loss] will [...]
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The Yankees and Johnny Damon have reportedly discussed a return to the Bronx, but concerns over a lack of playing time have made the possible reunion unlikely.
Although the Yankees are set in the outfield, the team’s bench has been severely depleted this [...]
I said in my prior post that it wouldn’t be a bad idea, but with the Yankees now using Jorge Posada as the full time DH, there seems to [...]
Former Yankee pitching coach Dave Eiland has found himself employment, but not somewhere Yankee fans will be happy about. Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News has the details:
Dave Eiland is back in the AL East. The former Yankee pitching coach was named a special assistant for [...]
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Chicago, the town that Billy Sunday could not shut down” – Lyrics from “Chicago” by Fred Fisher
Friend of the blog Steve H made a fascinating comparison on Twitter last night that highlights the power of perception and narrative in sports:
Player A: 74.2 IP, 9.16 K/9, 3.62 BB/9, .72 HR/9, 1.93 ERA, 3.37 FIP, 3.59 xFIP
Player B: 71.2 IP, 9.67 K/9, 2.76 BB/9, .75 HR/9, 4.40 ERA, 2.98 FIP, [...]
The Red Sox have acquired quite a few players this off season. They brought in Carl Crawford, Bobby Jenks and Adrian Gonzalez, and didn’t shed all that much in payroll. The Yankees, on the other hand, have both freed up some payroll space and declined to bring in any big name free agents.
According to [...]
Per Marc Carig on Twitter yesterday, Brian Cashman was once again asked whether Joba Chamberlain would be given another chance to win a spot in the rotation. Cashman’s answer? “It’s [Chamberlain's starting pitching repertoire] just not the same stuff.”
While Cashman has [...]
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