I don’t quite know how to read this series thus far. Either the Indians caught the Yanks at the wrong time, coming off being embarrassed at home by the Red Sox. Or maybe the Yankees caught the Indians at the right time, slumping their way into the stadium losing 6 of 7 before coming [...]
This is a repost of a guest post from March 4th, written by friend of the blog Eddie Perez. Eddie was kind enough to provide an addendum to his article based on the events of the last few days. Eddie can be found at @eddieperez23 on Twitter.
This has been a fun week for the [...]
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The Yankees rapped out 18 hits in yesterday’s 9-2 victory over the Indians, but not one wound up leaving the ballpark. It was only the 14th time all season that the Yankees failed to hit a home run, which should lighten the hearts of [...]
The Yankees have an opening in their starting rotation now that Bartolo Colon is on the 15-day DL. Colon’s turn in the rotation next comes on Thursday. During the press conference after Sunday’s game Joe Girardi said that he would make a decision about Bartolo’s replacement when the time came.
Over at MLBTR yesterday, Steve Adams suggested that the Twins could put Michael Cuddyer on the trading block as we near the trade deadline. While the Yankee offense is rolling along and doesn’t need much in the way of improvements, there is still at least one “position” that could use some beefing up. Jorge [...]
With Joba Chamberlain on the shelf for the next 10-14 months, one candidate that has popped up prominently for some much needed bullpen help is a familiar face from last season, one Mr. Kerry Lee Wood. On the surface, it seems to make sense. The Cubs are obviously going nowhere this [...]
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