In the past when I have done this exercise it was a fantasy. Oddly enough that fantasy is starting to become a reality. For several years now I have been looking three years ahead and predicting who would be the starting lineup for the Yankees if they let all of […]

The 2020 all homegrown Yankees

The New York Yankees are slated to play their first Grapefruit League game tomorrow afternoon against the Philadelphia Phillies. However, not all of the Yankees are scheduled to be in the starting lineup. Yankees manager Joe Girardi said most of the regulars are slated to be in the starting lineup yesterday with […]

Yankees starters except for Jacoby Ellsbury will play tomorrow

If you’re one of the 900,000 fans with Comcast, then Yankees games will soon be on your television. Comcast is slated to start carrying the YES Network again in April while a second source with the company added early April. They weren’t able to give a specific day since both sides […]

YES Network / Comcast drought slated to end in April

Major League Baseball’s new intentional walk rule has caused controversy for fans and players. The most vocal against the new intentional walk rule? Tyler Clippard. However, it wasn’t just the new intentional walk rule that has Clippard in a frenzy. He doesn’t particularly enjoy the pitch clock either. And in Clippard’s […]

Tyler Clippard and Brett Gardner have different views about rule changes ...

Major League Baseball has made quite a few changes over the last few seasons. Ranging from barring home field collisions, to eliminating take-out slides at second base, to instant replay. Recently Major League Baseball ruled that intentional walks will now be implied with a hand signal versus throwing four straight […]

Joe Girardi unveils way MLB could speed up games

It’s safe to say that so far Aaron Hicks has been a disappointment in Yankees pinstripes. However, that doesn’t mean the Yankees are ready to give Aaron Judge the job in right field. The key to Hicks being the everyday right fielder is if Judge struggles in Spring Training. When the Yankees […]

Aaron Hicks made adjustments to compete with Aaron Judge

Hey, do you want to see the Yankees play on May 14th on the same night Derek Jeter is going to have his number retired by the Bronx Bombers? Well, if you do then you’re possibly going to have to cut off an arm, a leg and donate a kidney just […]

Derek Jeter Night tickets skyrocket on market

Alex Rodriguez showed up to Yankees camp on Tuesday morning with one goal in mind; to help mentor the young Yankees talent who are slated to take Yankee Stadium by storm at some point during their careers. However, everyone was wondering if Rodriguez had any interest in returning to baseball […]

Alex Rodriguez has officially announced his retirement

Just when you think Major League Baseball is done “fixing” the game at least for this season, they do something else. Major League Baseball has announced that they have an approved dugout signal for an intentional walk, which will be effective for the 2017 season. That means pitchers won’t be […]

Baseball gets rid of four-pitch intentional walk

With the start of Spring games just a few days away, it was time for the players to take their annual team photos. There are some familiar faces–plenty of familiar faces actually–and some newcomers. Here are the pictures from this year’s Yankees media day (to enlarge the picture, click on the photo): […]

It’s Yankees media day!

Joe Girardi is still under contract with the New York Yankees until after the 2017 season. But looking ahead, it appears as if the Yankees are limited on options should they choose not to retain him. However, Girardi’s replacement is right under our noses, and we don’t have to look particularly far […]

Alex Rodriguez as the next Yankees manager? Why not!