After last night’s victory, the Yankees look to sweep the abbreviated series with the O’s tonight at the Stadium. First pitch is at 7:10pm, as Phil Hughes tries to turn things around and propel the Yankees into sole possession of first place. Jake Arrieta goes for the Orioles.
Note: Be sure to read Sean’s Minor League Update in case you missed it.
UPDATE, 5:00pm: It’s been one heck of an injury-riddled day in Yankeeland, as word has come through that Manny Banuelos is joining Betances on the DL, suffering from what is also believed to be a blister issue, [...]
The minor league season has been rolling for about a week now. Here are some quick leaderboards, all from Fangraphs, so we can see how everyone has been doing. Again, it’s just one short of one weeks worth of data so the usual caveats apply.
When you’re from a city that loses a team, you can rationally understand the economics, need for a new stadium, will of the league, etc. But there’s no way to rationalize the heartbreak of the fans who live and die with a team for decades, only to see the team wrenched away. Even as adults [...]
One of the pleasant surprises early in the 2011 season is the Low-A Charleston Riverdogs’ roster. They have the most talented group of hitters that we’ve seen in Charleston in a long time (at least dating back to the summer when Montero, Romine, Brandon Laird, and Bradley Suttle were all playing together in 2008, but [...]
Last night, A.J. Burnett was effective for six and one-third innings last night before losing it a bit in the seventh inning. Still, it was a solid night for Burnett overall and his stuff reflected that. Subjectively, it seemed like Burnett’s stuff was great last night and I found myself doing that proverbial whistle, impressed [...]
It seems a couple of days off did the Yankee offense some good, as the Bombers picked up seven runs on 11 hits en route to a 7-4 victory at the Stadium on Wednesday. A.J. Burnett (6.1IP, 7H, 4ER, 2BB, 5K, 5 groundouts and 7 flyouts) mostly cruised through the first six [...]
Right now, it’s really easy to jump all over Brian Cashman for the Feliciano signing. He’s heading for shoulder surgery, everyone knew about his heavy workload the past three seasons with the Mets prior to signing and I’m sure everyone had their own pet LOOGY they would have preferred. But the decision [...]
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