The Yankees’ starting pitcher sunk the team in a seemingly insurmountable hole early for the second straight game, only this time the Bombers were unable to rally back, falling to the Rangers 7-2 to knot the ALCS at one game apiece.
Phil Hughes just flat-out didn’t have it, [...]
In a game in which CC Sabathia delivered his worst outing in pinstripes (a very un-Sabathia-like 4 innings of five-run ball) and the Yankees’ chances of winning fell as low as 2.9% as of the bottom of the sixth, the team surprised the ever-loving hell [...]
Quick thoughts after yesterday’s game:
-First pivotal moment was the CC tag play at the plate in the first inning. Had Nelson Cruz been safe, you not only add a run but CC has to go back out on the mound, and his night might have ended in the first rather than the 4th. [...]
This is part 5 of 6 of The Yankee U’s preview of the 2010 American League Championship Series. Part 1 examined C.J. Wilson and Colby Lewis. Part 2 featured Cliff Lee and Tommy Hunter. Part 3 looked at the Texas offense, and Part 4 examined the Texas bullpen and bench.
Stephen asked me to handle [...]
With all of the tremendous work being done around the Yankee blogosphere, it can be tough to stay on top of all of the phenomenal ALCS previews that have been penned this week. In case you aren’t sick of reading about the ALCS before it even starts, I thought it’d [...]
Las Vegas bookmakers have the odds for the Yanks-Rangers ALCS at 8-5 Yankees. That sounds about right to me. Gambling is one of the world’s oldest forms of crowd sourcing, and when there’s too much optimism or pessimism it presents an opportunity for smart money to come in, just like what happens with the stock [...]
Ever since the Texas Rangers defeated the Rays in Game 5 of the ALDS, I have sensed an odd defeatist attitude building among Yankees fans. I’m sure you’ve heard this refrain by now:
“The Rangers are going to win the Lee games, and then there’s the AJ game. They just need to win one of [...]
With Cliff Lee unavailable to the Rangers until Game 3 of the ALCS, CJ Wilson will get the start for Texas in the series opener. Wilson faced the Yankees 3 times in 2010, and put up the following line:
0-1, 14.1 IP, 5.65 ERA, 1.88 WHIP, 1.67 SO/BB, .300/.408/.350
The Yankees did a pretty good [...]
As always, in the days leading up to the announcement of the rotation for a given playoff series, the topic du jour on every Yankee blog is the desired order of said rotation. While the Yankees haven’t made an official announcement about anything other than that A.J. Burnett is [...]
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