As every Yankeeist reader will certainly know, the Yankees start their 2010 title defense on Sunday, April 4th versus the Boston Red Sox. With less than a week of Spring Training to go, now seems like a good time to take a look at how the bombers have fared. For the record, Spring [...]
I read this yesterday and, to be honest, it sort of made me laugh.
Here’s manager Joe Girardi discussing Marcus Thames, via George King of the NY Post:
“He has had good at-bats. I don’t get caught up in the numbers. It’s a small sample.”
And yet, this spring, Girardi has basically said [...]
CC Sabathia made his second spring training start today, this time facing the Pirates. The results were … inconsistent. CC was a punching bag in the 1st, giving up 4 straight hits, a 3 run home run, and 4 runs in total. John Flaherty suggested that CC was struggling to locate his fastball, [...]
Thanks to the very few of you who showed up to our liveblog on Saturday afternoon, although I guess I can’t complain about attendance too much given that it was the first nice day we’ve had in New York in approximately 800 years.
So my first look at the [...]
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Via John Harper of the Daily News:
Somewhere, Brian Cashman must have cringed when he heard the news. Not that Nick Johnson getting scratched from a spring training game is some catastrophe, but for the Yankee GM there is no escaping the tie-in between Johnson and Johnny Damon…
As you all know by [...]
I set out to watch today’s spring training game against the Phillies to watch Roy Halladay and CC Sabathia warm up. Who can turn down a pitching matchup like that? But what’ll stick in my mind is that Joe Girardi put Jesus Montero in to lead off the ninth inning. With [...]
The first spring training game of 2010 is also my first spring training game of any sort. I have never before watched a spring training game because, you know, they don’t count. Then again, I’ve never been a full-time contributing member of a Yankee blog before, either. One has encouraged the other.
Here are [...]
Over the weekend, George King of the NY Post wrote about the fifth starter competition between Joba Chamberlain and Phil Hughes, and, included in King’s article was an interesting tidbit regarding Hughes’ changeup, which he has been developing this spring. Apparently, Hughes has altered his grip of the pitch, going from a split-grip [...]
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