For the second game in a row the Yankees were able to tag an elite American League lefthanded starter to jump out to an early lead, only to see their starter give it right back. The Yankees delightfully hung five runs on David Price, the majority of which came on yet another home [...]
Due to a lack of time and also the shortened two-game set, this will be a bit of an abbreviated Series Preview.
As you know, the second-place Yankees, losers of five straight, are in Tampa tonight to face the lightning-hot first-place Rays, who have the best record in the Majors since stumbling to an 0-6 [...]
Hey, remember last week when the Yankees lost to the Royals and the game was really frustrating? That was the entire series against the Red Sox. Here are some grievances I must air:
1. Brett Gardner and bunting is a relationship that is just not going to work. The Yankees and Brett Gardner [...]
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The longer the Yankees’ offensive malaise continues, the more it becomes confusing. Over a three-week period that has seen the team’s per game production plummet by almost two runs, no one explanation has been evident. Nonetheless, there must be something that stands out as [...]
For reasons that no one has really been able to explain, Alex Rodriguez has continued to look completely lost at the plate now for over a month. Last week I thought I saw some signs that he might be snapping out of it, but after putting up a .200/.259/.360 line this past [...]
What’s going to happen if Jorge Posada continues to struggle? Throw away the mental stuff from this weekend for a second and let’s talk purely physical struggles. If the hits don’t start falling, there’s no way the Yankees can justify running him out there every day. I have to acknowledge this weekend, though, [...]
The Red Sox prolonged the Yankees’ misery with a 7-5 victory Sunday night, marking the first three-game sweep by an opponent in New Yankee Stadium history, and sending the reeling Yanks to their fifth straight loss.
This one actually started out in rather shocking fashion, with the Yankees getting to Jon Lester [...]
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