Author Archives: Dan Reiner

How the 2008 First-Round Pick Effects the Present-Day Yankees

Think the Yankees could use a little more strength in the middle of the bullpen or a better spot-starter than Chad Gaudin? Not many people remember the Yanks’ first-round draft pick in the 2008 June Amateur Draft. Well, that’s because … Continue reading

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Up and Down Goes the Coaster as Thames, Yanks Walk Off on Top

Yes, the four-hour slug-fest returned Monday night for yet another memorable game. I’m going to try to keep this as short as possible. The Yankees spanked Daisuke Matsuzaka in the first inning. Derek Jeter singled to lead off the inning, … Continue reading

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Fools! Johnson Contemplating Surgery, Could Be Out 'Till August

I didn’t like it, you didn’t like it, but Brian Cashman liked it. When Cashman signed 32-year-old 1B/DH Nick Johnson to a 1-year, 5.5 million dollar deal over the off season, you could sense problems coming. Sure enough, Johnson headed … Continue reading

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Yanks Turn on the Jets Late, Split Double-Header

As the Yankees broke their first 3-game losing streak of the season, Phil Hughes just kept on rolling. After a Brett Gardner single and steal of second in the first inning, Alex Rodriguez singled him in with two outs. In … Continue reading

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