Daily Archives: June 7, 2012

The Yankee beat: Garcia, Soriano, and Pettitte

It was a weird night tonight. CC Sabathia pitched well enough to get a quality start and strikeout 12, but it was 5-1 when he left the game. David Price wasn’t exactly on, but the Yankees went 1-for-9 with runners … Continue reading

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Subway Series preview: Comparing the Mets and Yankees

There has been random polarization and a trend of parity through the first two months of the 2012 season, especially in both Eastern Divisions.  The Orioles have run rough shot on the AL East after two months while the typical … Continue reading

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How to raise a prospect

There are many out there who question the Yankees methods in their advancement, instruction, and mentoring of prospects as they advance through the farm system. A few months ago, I examined the art of developing starting pitchers, and how the … Continue reading

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Yankees 2012 MLB draft results: prospect profiles on every player

It took most of three full days, but I have finally written up something on each of the Yankees 41 draft picks. It’s not always a lot of information. I try to find what I can on each player and … Continue reading

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