We’re a little backed up today and will hopefully get a proper TYA-style tribute to Mariano Rivera collecting his 600th save up on the site at some point, but for now, here’s a roundup of what some of our friends in the ‘sphere are saying:
A shaky A.J. Burnett managed to settle down and turn in what ended up being one of his better performances of the season, going six innings, walking two, hitting two, throwing two wild pitches, giving up four hits and only yielding two runs while striking out a season-high 11, as the Yankees
In the next few weeks, Mariano Rivera will break the all-time saves record. We’ll make a big deal of it [...]
It’s rare for Mariano Rivera to pitch badly in two consecutive appearances. It’s rarer still for him to give up a home run. But that’s exactly what happened Tuesday night as Mariano Rivera came on to pitch the ninth in a 4-4 game only to let the lead slip away on a [...]
Just as Saturday’s game favored the Yankees on paper, Sunday’s game favored the Red Sox on paper. Boston was putting Josh Beckett on the mound, who is in the middle of an excellent season and has demolished the Yankees this year. The Bombers were countering with junk baller extraordinaire Freddy [...]
We talk a lot about process and results when it comes to baseball. Obviously, the process is what you do and the results are what happens as a result of the process. The term can be applied a few ways.
We can apply the term when we talk about trades. A trade can be [...]
It’s the 4th of July, and I wasn’t in a position to watch this game, so the recap will be possibly the shortest I’ve ever written. The Yankees took a 2-1 lead into the bottom of the ninth inning yesterday. Usually, that’s a recipe for a victory, but a team on a seven game [...]
Since getting swept by Boston earlier this month, NY has come back with a vengeance and the National League has had to deal with it — they’ve won their last six series and have gone 14-4 in the process. It’s no wonder they lead the American League with a 46-31 record and trail only [...]
Joe Pawlikowski of RAB made an excellent point yesterday that impacts how we might evaluate a player’s statistics in 2011:
There is another question to ask, though. Are the Yankees actually bad with runners in scoring position? The answer might seem like an obvious yes, but we can’t answer that question without first [...]
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