After dropping the first two games of the season to the division rival Rays, the Yankees entered today’s game looking to avoid a sweep. To stave off humiliation, the Yankees turned to the new and hopefully improved Phil Hughes, who took on Tampa’s youngster Jeremy Hellickson. It was the first start [...]
Coming into today’s game Nick Swisher had hit 24 home runs–and hit all but three of them on the road.
Coming into today’s game, Phil Hughes had let to blow a lead in relief.
Coming into today’s game, Chad Gaudin had yet to exceed five innings pitched.
Metaphysical laws of averages don’t tend to like [...]
What better way to remedy one of the sloppiest games of the season than with a double header where the games were started by CC Sabathia and AJ Burnett?
Perhaps it’s a microcosm of how this season has gone for the Yankees, but both Sabathia and Burnett turned in stellar outings–though Burnett struggled a bit [...]
[Alliteration for the win!]
For the first five innings, Allan James Burnett bumbled about.
“I didn’t have anything,” he said.
Handed leads of 3-1 and then 5-3, Burnett could maintain neither, and while he only walked two, he did surrender eleven hits. Eleven hits over nine innings would be a WHIP over 1.00 for the [...]
Melky Cabrera came up with another walk-off hit, his third of the season, to cap a three run ninth inning. I was not a big believer in Melky coming into the season, and I think it is dangerous to judge a player during their hottest stretch in years. That being said, Melky looks a lot [...]
Whew! I almost nailed the line on Phil, but I actually underestimated him a bit. I put him down for 6 innings (spot on), 100 pitches (he threw 99), 3 hits (he allowed 2), 3 bb (2 again), and 2 runs (Phranchise pitched shutout ball). Enough with the pleasantries, though, here are a few things [...]
Listen up, children. School’s in session. Feel free to argue, debate, curse, praise, or deride my conclusions on tonight’s game.
AJ Burnett = Stopper?: Well, so far he is. Just when the Yankees need a win most, AJ delivers a studly 8 inning gem where he flirted with a no-no through 6 full. Hey, in [...]
The Yankees won their third straight game, as they defeated the Royals 6-1 on Saturday evening. The game was over when Jorge Posada knocked in 2 runs in the top of the first, as that was more than CC Sabathia would need in his stellar 7.2 innings of shutout ball. [...]
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