The Yankees concluded the 2010 regular season with their ugliest stretch of play of the year, beginning the month in sole possession of first place before ultimately falling out for good on the second-to-last Friday of the season en route to a 13-17 in September/October, the team’s only losing month [...]
It’s hard to believe five months of the baseball season are now in the books. As we’ve done in every month of the season thus far, we are pleased to present Yankeeist’s August 2010 monthly wrap-up. For previous monthly wrap-ups, please click on the following links:
The 2010 Yankees had a spectacular month of July, tying the Tampa Bay Rays for the best record in the Majors with 19 wins and only 7 losses. They actually gained a game on Tampa during the course of the month (before having the lead shrunk back to one [...]
June was a strange month for the Yankees. On the surface, the team did great. It went 16-10, which is good for a .615 winning percentage, right where they want to be. Riding on that record the Yankees overtook the Rays for the best record in baseball, and fought their way into 1st place.
So two months of the 2010 baseball season are officially in the books, which means it’s time for Yankeeist to take a look at what the team did in May along with how they’re faring year-to-date. For last month’s wrap-up, click here.
May felt like a pretty bumpy ride, [...]
The Bombers looked poised for a rough start to this season as well. The schedule-makers seemingly saw fit to punish the [...]
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