I finally got used to writing 2012 on checks and now I have to start writing 2013. As quick as the year passed, the Yankees have done so much during that time. Jesus Montero was swapped for Michael Pineda, Hiroki Kuroda became a Yankee, Phil Hughes rebounded, [...]
Nearly four-years ago to the day, I left for work knowing that the Red Sox were to acquire one of the best first baseman in baseball. I was content with the fact that the Yankees dropped out of contract talks with Mark Teixeira. Cashman already brought in a high potential first baseman, Nick Swisher, [...]
In lieu of a game recap – truthfully, I really don’t feel like rehashing this afternoon’s game. It was bad enough to watch the first time – I figured we could have an open thread and log our complaints about what transpired this afternoon.
Okay, fine, I’ll mention a couple of things:
The Yankees are off tonight. Boo. So, tonight, let’s do some reading together.
–Our own Stacey Gotsulias penned a takedown of ESPN New York.
–Over at RLYW.net, SG had [...]
Now that the Brewers are out of contention I find myself grasping at straws for who to root for in the World Series, or even if I should watch it. Once again, at gun point, I’d go for the Cardinals. I’m still holding a bit of a grudge against the Rangers for last season, even [...]
One of my secrets is that I’m always ready for the baseball season to come to an end, whenever it finally does. It’s not that I don’t love baseball. I love it too much. I watch at least some of every single Yankee game, every year. That’s nearly a 200 day commitment, one that keeps [...]
UPDATED, 11:06pm: It’s 11:06pm, and they are apparently going to try to play this game, as the Yankees just took the field behind Phil Hughes.
It’s a Tuesday and the Orioles and Yankees are set to play, so that means it must be raining. If they ever get this one in, the lineup will be [...]
I feel a bit guilty not opening with something about Jesus Montero‘s big day, but this was just way too cool to pass up. It’s from Marc Simon’s Twitter (a highly recommended follow). On the left is Curtis’ hot zone map for power hitting (Iso) facing lefties in 2010, and on [...]
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