All things considered, it’s been a quiet few months for Phillip Joseph Hughes.
Despite a series of events that have transpired to lower Hughes’ status as the once and future great hope for the Yankees’ rotation, the 25-year-old Southern California native seems solidly in the Yankees’ future plans. Even after the acquisitions of
So finally winning a series at home against the Red Sox for the first time in 2011 was quite enjoyable, although the spoiled part of me really wanted the sweep, having been swept by the Sox at home twice this season in historic fashion. Unfortunately with Alex Rodriguez, Derek Jeter and [...]
As we’ve been hearing for weeks on end, the Yankees have been unusually horrible against the Red Sox all season long. Tonight though, they managed to prevail, 5-2. It’s certainly a much-needed win with the uncertainty that follows CC Sabathia in the rotation – Phil Hughes and A.J. [...]
A predictably ugly game lived up to its ugliness, as Phil Hughes — who appeared to have even less command though slightly more velocity than he did in first ineffective outing — was battered for six earned runs on seven hits, two walks and zero strikeouts over a measly two innings, and [...]
It seems like the Yankees have to make the trek up to Fenway Park in April every season, and indeed, the Bombers have had a tilt at Fenway in April during six of the last eight years. This is rather unfortunate, as for whatever reason they have a tendency to play some of their worst [...]
In the past few seasons, position players, and outfielders in particular, who are good, but not elite, have declined in value in baseball. Yankee castoffs Bobby Abreu and Johnny Damon are examples. During the go-go years when very good players were getting $100 million contracts and good players were getting $60 million [...]
The recent moves by the Yanks and Red Sox have roster and trade implications for both teams. Lets take a minute and examine the potential fallout from each team’s perspective.
Yankees-Curtis Granderson: By adding Granderson’s bat, it greatly lessened the need for the Yanks to bring back Johnny Damon. That’s why Brian Cashman has a [...]
The Blue Jays, Phillies and Mariners are close to agreeing to a three-team deal that has Roy Halladay heading to the Philadelphia, Cliff Lee going to Seattle and a boatload of prospects suddenly in need of the Dollars-to-Loonies exchange rate. No one seems entirely [...]
Right now a number of sources are reporting that John Lackey has taken a physical with the Red Sox. This is said to indicate that the team is close to coming to an agreement with the free agent pitcher. Meanwhile, the Angels have reportedly offered Hideki Matsui a 1yr $6.5 million deal.
Free-agent right-hander John Lackey underwent a physical Monday with the Red Sox, an indication that he is close to an agreement with the team, according to a major-league source.
The deal is expected to be similar to the five-year, $82.5 million contract that [...]
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