Yanks and A’s are in the top of the third right now; CC’s looked great, save for that homer against Crisp.
1. Gardner, LF
2. Jeter, SS
3. Granderson, CF
4. Teixeira, 1B
5. Cano, 2B
6. Swisher, RF
7. Posada, DH
8. Nunez, 3B
TYA reader Andy sent us the following question recently: “When I went to Fangraphs I was surprised to see Curtis Granderson and Robinson Cano ranked very low in fielding. That is counter intuitive. Could you explain?” Ironically, a flurry of posts in the Yankee blogosphere directly addressed Curtis in the field, [...]
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After falling behind 6-0 to the Oakland Athletics in last night’s game, the Yankees mounted a furious comeback attempt that literally just fell short when Nick Swisher’s bid for a walk-off grand slam landed in Coco Crisp’s glove, just inches from the [...]
Marc Carig is the beat writer covering the Yankees for the Newark Star-Ledger, as well as a columnist for Baseball Prospectus. He also interacts with fans and other writers through his twitter account @Ledger_Yankees, and is one of the most accessible and engaging beat guys you will come across. He is well [...]
Earlier this month, when I took a look at the Yankees and how they fared when compared to average hitters at their positions, the one thing that shocked me the most was just how depressed offense at the hot corner was. Alex Rodriguez, who was not having an Alex Rodriguez year, was [...]
That the Yankees were even within a run of tying a game they really had no business winning was pretty impressive, though they’d ultimately fall to the A’s 6-5. Down 6-0 heading into the bottom of the eighth, stymied by A’s righty Brandon McCarthy over seven shutout innings, this did not appear [...]
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