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TYA reader, Travis, writes, “I would like to see how the Curtis Granderson trade has played [...]
I turned this one off in the 4th and hit the sack after Javier Vazquez gave up the lead as a result of yet another Adam LaRoche RBI base hit (speaking of which, I am totally on board with NoMaas’ plot to bring LaRoche to New York. [...]
So, how about that Andy Pettitte?
Seriously, is there anything he can’t do these days? Andy, have you thought about giving curing cancer a try? Pettitte has been a near-lock for seven innings of two-runs-or-less ball this season, and true to form he gave another seven strong innings last [...]
The Yankees’ uninspired play in Arizona last night reminded me of Interleague 2007, when everyone was up in arms over the Yanks getting their rear ends handed to them by the then-mediocre Colorado Rockies and San Francisco Giants. This subsequently made me wonder how the Yankees have fared during the last few years at [...]
A.J. Burnett was horrendous for the second straight outing, digging the Yankees a 5-0 hole in the bottom of the 1st inning against the Arizona Diamondbacks en route to a 10-4 loss. After quickly retiring the first two batters he faced, Burnett gave up six(!) straight hits including [...]
The Yankees are in the desert for a three-game set starting tonight against the franchise that beat them in seven games in the heartbreaking 2001 World Series. The 2010 Diamondbacks are obviously a completely different ballclub, but it’s hard not to think about a trip to Phoenix without dredging [...]
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Joel Sherman compiled his list of top 10 players to watch in the 2010 season, and Brandon Webb was mentioned:
BRANDON WEBB, DIAMONDBACKS
The pitching version of Reyes: a 2005-08 iron man who led the majors in innings and wins before breaking down last year. [...]
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