Starting off this season, CC Sabathia had issues maintaining regular sink on his fastballs. In the span of 5 starts from April 17 to May 10th, the lefty corrected his problems by “getting on top of the pitch”, going 5-0 with a 2.52 ERA, an 8.69 K/9, a 1.14 BB/9, and a [...]
(The original version of this post was published at An A-Blog for A-Rod last week. This version has been updated to reflect Phelps’ most recent outing)
The late-spring injuries helped, but David Phelps definitely earned his spot on the Yankee 25-man roster with the job he did in [...]
Memorial Day clearly meant “offense” to the Yankees and Angels, as they combined for 17 runs, 25 hits, and four errors in a back-and-forth game that ended on a walk-off homer from Anaheim’s Mark Trumbo as the ninth inning started.
The game started off crazily enough, with the Yankees plating [...]
They say that momentum in baseball is tomorrow’s starting pitcher. That theory will get a test today as Phil Hughes, who is 3-1 with a 2.81 ERA in his past 4 starts facing a red-hot Angels team that has won 6 in a row. But the Angels have done it with pitching, scoring 26 runs [...]
Overlooked in the Yankees’ weekend sweep of the Athletics was the not so subtle implication by Joe Girardi that left fielder Brett Gardner could wind up missing at least six more weeks of the season. Gardner’s return will largely [...]
The road, whether more or less traveled, has been a horror show for Hiroki Kuroda this season. Coming into today, he’d given up 27 hits, 11 walks, and 5 homers on the road in 21.2 innings while surrendering 18 runs, 15 of them earned (6.23 ERA, compared to 3.41 at home). [...]
….we need the one we that we already have to get his act together. No excuses for Kuroda today. He’s facing the American League’s worst offense, in a pitcher’s ballpark, against a team that has lost 8 of its last 11 games. The Yankee lineup won’t have an easy task, they’ll be facing Tommy Malone [...]
The Yankees began their West Coast trip in Oakland against the Athletics, with Ivan Nova squaring off against Tyson Ross. Nova has apparently been bothered by a minor hamstring issue of late, but apparently it was not serious enough for him to miss a start.
Ross and Nova traded zeroes for [...]
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