Monthly Archives: June 2012

Terry Francona doesn’t like home runs

Home runs are good.  The Yankees hit a lot of home runs.  That’s very good – Right? Wrong – because, according to Dan Shulman and lackey Terry Francona, they are “over reliant” on home runs.  That makes them one dimensional. … Continue reading

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Warren demoted after dud, Phelps to start

There wasn’t much good to be said about Adam Warren‘s start Friday night. His best inning was the 1st inning when he escaped without allowing any runs, but stranded two. His 2nd was horrible and he was knocked out in … Continue reading

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Rumor: Yankees not interested in Jim Thome

Raul Ibanez and Andruw Jones have not been hitting the way the Yankees have expected them to this season, but don’t expect them to go out and trade for Jim Thome. According to Buster Olney of ESPN, the Yankees are not … Continue reading

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David Aardsma suffers setback during rehab

David Aardsma was rehabbing from his Tommy John Surgery wonderfully and it appeared that he would be joining the Yankees sometime within the next two or three weeks. Unfortunately that no longer looks possible as Aardsma felt pain in his … Continue reading

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