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The Yankees have reached an agreement with first round pick Ty Hensley according to K Levine-Flandrup of Scout.com. Hensley was expected to go in the middle of the first round, but somehow fell to the Yankees 30th pick overall. At 6’5″ and 220 lbs,t he right handed pitcher sits low 90′s with his fastball, [...]
Fresh off a series win against the Mets, the Yanks resume intraleague play against the Indians.
It’s not cheating if everyone is doing it, right? Tampa Bay Rays’ manager Joe Maddon seems to think so. At least that’s what the unorthodox manager implied when he defended reliever Joel Peralta, who was ejected from last night’s [...]
Yesterday, I checked in on how the Yankees’ offense and pitching staff stack up against the rest of the AL, now let’s take a look at the position players, one by one. We’ll go numerically according to the scorebook.
Catcher: Russell Martin
Avg. AL catcher: .244/.314/.399/.713
Martin vs. [...]
Kevin Goldstein pretty much sums up my reaction:
And Jim Callis:
The Yankees haven’t made (and signed) a consensus 1st round selection in a long time. The last is probably Slade Heathcott, or, if you really want to be conservative, Ian Kennedy in 2006. Ty Hensley is a perfectly conventional, highly-touted, high-ceiling high school arm. [...]
This was really frustrating. Again. Like every game this week. Pardon the short recap, but I think we all need to take a few hours off and clear our heads of this team.
The Yanks put a run on the board in the top of the first on a Robinson [...]
Mark Teixeira has been suffering from an inflamed airway for the better part of a month. Clay Rapada has been suffering from a virus for the past three or four days, leading to his being helped off the field last night. Ivan Nova left last night’s start with an ankle contusion and sprain. [...]
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