Dan LaTorraca


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He’s rated higher in the world of MLB 10: The Show anyway. I think there is a good chance that CC Sabathia outperforms Javier Vazquez this season, but the right-hander certainly makes the rotation much deeper and stronger than last year. Also, keep an eye out for Aramis Santos*, the […]

Vazquez Rated Higher Than Sabathia


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I’ve read several articles over the years that discuss which organizations turn out the best players. I recall the Blue Jays, Braves and Red Sox being listed in the top tier because of their uncanny ability to draft and mold quality major league contributors. The Yankees have certainly revamped their […]

Products of the Yankee Farm


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The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees got their starting center fielder today. In a deal with the Texas Rangers, the Yankees acquired former outfielder Greg Golson. Golson had been designated for assignment a week ago to make room for infielder Kahlil Greene. The Rangers received infielder Mitch Hilligoss and cash in exchange for […]

Yankees Acquire Greg Golson



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According to Marc Craig, Johnny Damon will sign with a team sometime in the coming week. Most fans know that there are limited options for the 36 year-old outfielder, but let’s take a look at just how limited they are. In the American League, only the Blue Jays, Rays, Yankees, […]

Possible Destinations for Damon



The Rockies and Jason Giambi are close to agreeing on a one-year contract, according to ESPN.After struggling with Oakland, Giambi made the move to the National League and hit .292 in 17 games as a pinch-hitter and backup first baseman. The Phillies signed pitcher Jose Contreras to a one-year deal, […]

Former Yankees On The Move




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Brian Cashman has repeatedly said that the Yankees will not sign an expensive outfielder to fill the void in left field. He also said that the organization is comfortable with using Brett Gardner as a starting outfielder. The Yankees probably have one more spot open on the roster for an […]

Bargain Hunting for Outfielders


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Francisco Cervelli‘s 2009 season was arguably¬† the best from a Yankee backup catcher since John Flaherty posted a .754 OPS in 2003. Since 2004, we’ve seen a string of poor offensive backup catchers like Wil Nieves, Kelly Stinnett and Sal Fasano. Jose Molina played extremely well in 29 games after […]

Thoughts on Cervelli




While Bronx Baseball Daily is primarily a Yankees blog, sometimes we like to examine and discuss topics that focus on baseball as a whole. I was curious about the length of time each major league baseball team has used their current name. Most fans already know that prior to 1913, […]

MLB Teams By Name