For the second straight game the Yankees were kept hitless for the first three innings, setting the tone for a masterful start by Clay Buchholz, who threw seven strong innings, striking out seven, walking just one and giving up two runs as Boston took the first game if this three-game set, 5-4.
The Yankees and their arch-rivals to the north, the Boston Red Sox, square off tonight in the first of three in Boston’s first trip to Yankee Stadium of the season. While this probably has more to do with the inherent randomness of the schedule than anything else, this is actually the first time the Red [...]
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Much to the chagrin of the rest of the baseball world, this weekend brings the latest installment of the epic battle between the Yankees Universe and Red Sox Nation.
Over the next 72 hours, FOX, ESPN, and local sports networks in both regions will inundate [...]
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Everything has basically gone wrong for Gary Sanchez in Low-A this season. He has hit .202/.238/.298 with a 34% K rate and 5% BB rate, and just 1 home run. On defense, he has been just as bad. He’s been decent throwing out runners – 7 CS against 19 stolen bases, or 27% success – [...]
I led this week off talking about Jorge Posada and his atrocious beginning to the year, using his batted ball data, plate discipline data, and pitch value data. I think it’s high time to do the same for one of my favorite players, Nick Swisher.
Ever since the Yankees traded for [...]
Gene Sapakoff of the Charleston Post and Courier just published a tremendous profile of Yankee prospect Slade Heathcott that is definitely required reading. It gives a lot of information on the mysterious “character concerns” that plagued Heathcott leading up to the draft, shedding light on his troubled past, specifically his struggles with alcoholism and a [...]
Remember when I said that “anything less than two out of three against the Royals at home would have to be considered a pretty monumental failure”? Well, the Yankees managed to pull off the seemingly impossible, getting blown out by the Royals 11-5 and dropping two of three at home — making this the [...]
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