Journeyman lefty Doug Davis — a pitcher the Yankees hadn’t faced since 2007 — did his lefthanded junkballer thing, giving up one measly run over 7 1/3 innings and leading the Cubs to a 3-1 victory. He walked three and also gave up three hits, but the Yankees just couldn’t get [...]
After handing out two free passes to Josh Hamilton yesterday, the Yankees lead the AL in intentional walks at 24, with the closest team coming in at 19 walks. This seems like a ridiculous number, so I thought I would take a look at each of those walks and evaluate the decision making [...]
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This afternoon’s game at Wrigley Field kicks off the Yankees’ foray into National League ballparks. Unfortunately for the suddenly resurgent Jorge Posada, that means the Yankees will be without the DH for nine of the next 15 games. However, the team won’t be completely hamstrung [...]
When I woke up this morning I couldn’t help but feel two emotions almost simaltaneously and immediately. Fist was one was sheer jubilation stemming from the fact that the weekend has finally arrived and there’s nothing the “man” (you know how he tries to bring you down) can do about it!
The second feeling was [...]
Brett Gardner’s walk-off hit in yesterday’s game was a nice exclamation point to a recent stretch of strong performance. After getting off to an atrocious start to the season (.289 WOBA) in March and April) Gardner has largely rebounded to put up similar numbers to his strong 2010 season (where he was worth 6.2 WAR [...]
Brian Cashman spoke on a few different things yesterday, so I thought I’d weight in.
On yesterday’s starter Brian Gordon:
“Everybody was like, ‘This guy looks like he can help us,’ ” Cashman said. “I’m not afraid to take a chance.”
Sounds about [...]
As per the subtitle of this post, the Yankees haven’t been to Wrigley Field since 2003, when they dropped two of three, one of which was one of Roger Clemens‘ multiple failed bids at his 300th victory, along with that unfortunate pickoff of pinch-runner Charles Gipson, who had represented the [...]
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