Aside from being ridiculously painful, Joba Chamberlain‘s injury obviously pushes back is return from Tommy John Surgery. Before this, there was the sense that anything the Yankees got out of Chamberlain in 2012 would’ve been fantastic; that sense is even more heightened now. And regardless of the semi-forgiving title of this post, there [...]
In a development that gave Joe Girardi visions of the 2011 season, Derek Jeter was scratched from today’s lineup with an injured calf. The 38-year-old shortstop missed nearly a month last season with a calf injury, but in the other leg. Though Girardi says he is only being cautious, Jeter is not expected [...]
I hate to say it, but Mariano Rivera is probably going to retire after the 2012 season. No, he hasn’t said as much and the 42-year-old future Hall of Famer has more lives than your average middle reliever. But the always quiet, humble, politically correct Rivera has been dropping hint after hint for the [...]
Rare is the case when one factor will set the tone for a player’s success in a given season. He may do one thing greatly, and that may help define his season or even his skill set, but we’re seldom so shallow that we let that trick us into thinking he necessarily had [...]
It seems that every day we’re inching closer and closer towards the end of the Mariano Rivera era. He may not have officially said that he’s going to retire, but the things he said when reporting to camp the other day sure make it seem that way. I have written about this issue [...]
Over 20 years ago, the Yankees began developing the greatest failed starting pitcher in history, Mariano Rivera. With Hughes and Chamberlain in constant rotation/bullpen limbo over the last few years, you could make a case that not much has changed in two decades. Banuelos and Betances should see regular starts in the later [...]
David Robertson has been a successful reliever from the first moment he put on a Yankee uniform. Even when he was making his first appearance for the Bombers in 2008 Robertson posted a FIP of 3.53 over 30.1 innings with a K/9 rate of 10.68. In 2009 Robertson posted a pitcher slash [...]
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