Monthly Archives: April 2011

Phil Hughes Will Undergo More Tests

Via Marc Carig of the Star-Ledger: Phil Hughes will undergo another round of tests tomorrow in hopes of learning exactly why his case of dead-arm has lingered for so long. Ultimately, the Yankees remain unsure of why Hughes’ fastball has … Continue reading

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Yankees Beaten By White Sox, Nearly No-Hit

The Yankees got a good start from A.J. Burnett, but it was wasted as the Bombers were shutdown by Phil Humber, who took a no-hitter into the 7th, as the White Sox beat them 2-0 at home Monday night. Alex … Continue reading

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Where Have Our Values Gone?

Anyone who follows national politics knows of the ongoing fiscal debate, and the political mess that has come with it: Republicans want tax cuts for the wealthiest American’s, shifting all the burdens to the less fortunate, while Democrats have failed … Continue reading

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Quote: Hitting More, Lifting Less a Slump Buster for Teixeira

Via Jeff Seidel of MLB.com: “I hit a lot more this winter, but I also hit more in Spring Training and lifted less weights,” Teixeira said. “I think it’s more of a flexibility and bat-speed issue. This Spring Training, I … Continue reading

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