On every night throughout the year, one of the TYA writers will post a trivia question as the nightly open thread. The blog administrators will keep track of the winners, and the commenter with the most correct answers will win a prize that has yet to be decided upon. The answers will be posted in [...]
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Per RAB (via Jack Curry), the Yankees are wasting no time in deploying the platoon advantage at the top of their lineup, as Brett Gardner will get the nod against the righty Justin Verlander on Opening Day Thursday afternoon, with Derek Jeter sliding down to the two spot. [...]
With news that Jesus Montero was officially demoted yesterday, Yankees officials insisted it was because they’d rather have him get regular at bats in AAA. Joel Sherman says BS:
“The Yankees can dress it up any way they want now, but they wanted him to be the backup catcher to Russell [...]
There are two things a bench has to do well in the American League: fill in for resting/day-to-day regulars, and provide an advantage in a narrow band of situations in the middle of games. The Yankees are going into this season with Eric Chavez, Eduardo Nunez, Andruw Jones, and [...]
The Yankee infield is undoubtedly one of the strongest in baseball, if not one of the top collections of infielders in the history of the game. The left side is populated by two future Hall of Fame players and the right side is filled by one guy who’s the best at his [...]
In their infinite wisdom, my bosses have given me the day off Thursday. Their options were to let me stay home, or watch me pretend to work from about noon until five pm. With that in mind, I’ll be hosting a live chat during the Yankees’ home opener. Coverage will begin around 12:30 pm and [...]
In honor of the onset of the 2011 MLB season, we’re pleased to present the 2011 predictions of our entire 10-man staff. Apologies for the slight loss in fidelity of the below table, but it’s still readable. It’s not the easiest thing in the world to insert a chart into a post with 11 columns [...]
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