Following last Sunday’s big return of Andy Pettitte, the 40 year old left hander came into tonight’s game against the Reds in the stopper position. With a three game losing streak and an anemic offense showing no signs of life, Pettitte needed to turn back the clock. Despite striking out the [...]
Sorry for the delayed game thread. Andy Pettitte is currently pitching a gem with 8 K’s in 5.0 IP. The Yankees offense is still struggling with only 3 men on base and an 0-4 with RISP. Andy might have to take a page out of ’97 to win tonights game. Go Yankees!
Yesterday, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre starting catcher Francisco Cervelli told the Venezuelan newspaper La Verdad that several teams had inquired as to his availability but that, to his knowledge, the Yankees had no interest in making a move. As MLB Trade Rumors points out, this isn’t the first time Cervelli’s name has come up in trade discussion. And [...]
Despite his 4-1 win/loss record, Ivan Nova has arguably been the worst pitcher in the rotation. His 5.44 ERA and 4.95 FIP are worrisome numbers for a pitcher coming off a great season, and stats show that he’s pitching to mixed results. Perhaps the scariest indication comes from his H/9, which has increased [...]
Everyone’s favorite (defined liberally) late spring tradition, Interleague Play, start today as the Cincinnati Reds roll into the Bronx for the first time since June of 2008 (I was there!). The Reds come in at 19-18 after splitting a two game series with the Mets in Queens. The Reds were an “en vogue” [...]
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