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This post was written at about 10:00 last night. I have no clue whether the Yankees have won or not, though I’m sure they will have won by the time this goes up.
Opening Day. Play ball. Play meaningful ball. It’s about damn time, isn’t it? We can’t help [...]
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In what was, for the most part, a pretty perfect Opening Day for the Yankees, the decision to have Brett Gardner bunt twice seemed to be the lone negative for Yankees fans. I have suggested on many an occasion that the “almost all bunts are bad” position that many fans [...]
It sure is great having actual regular-season baseball back in our daily routine grind; and it’s even better to see the Yankees start the 2011 campaign off properly with a win against the Detroit Tigers in the home opener. There were several positive storylines from today’s ballgame (and I assure you, each will be addressed all in good [...]
Prior to last season, Ben Kabak of RAB wrote a post that served as a resolution of sorts, a manifesto that many fans agreed with and signed on to:
Zen Baseball is the opposite of that. Zen Baseball is realizing that, over the course of 162 games, the bullpen will blow some, the tying [...]
The New York Yankees kick off their 2011 season against the Detroit Tigers this afternoon in the Bronx at 1pm.
Mike previewed the Tigers back at the beginning of March, ultimately concluding that he didn’t feel that the 2011 team would be much better than its 2010 incarnation. I’d say that’s a fairly accurate [...]
Like the lineup, the 2011 bullpen is of little concern. While I’m not sure it can “make up” for the rotation as some have suggested, it should still perform well.
Mariano Rivera: The only question is how much longer can he keep doing it? He saw a bit of a drop in strikeout [...]
Astute readers may recall that prior to last year’s Opening Day I took a look back at the Yankees’ Opening Day results going back to 1990, and in honor of 2011 Opening Day, I’ve decided to update that table, and also include the WPAs for each team’s starting pitchers. To wit:
The Yankees are [...]
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