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The New York Yankees (34-20) just completed the first third of their season and they're finally facing off against the Toronto Blue Jays (31-24). I did a terrible job of time management, so this series preview is going to be rather abbreviated. Starting Pitchers RHP A.J. Burnett (6-2, 3.28) vs. LHP Brett Cecil (5-2, 3.81) LHP Andy Pettitte ...
Rob wrote about it earlier and there were some insightful comments by our readers, but I'm just going to talk about the Jorge Posada situation a little more. But first, a little background info. As everyone knew coming into this season, Posada's bat was going to be a key to the Yankees' success. We also knew ...
I know last night's loss to the Twins was a bit deflating, but let's not overlook the fact that the Yankees took two of three on the road from a very good Twins team. Also worth noting, Target Field looked fantastic. You know what other stadium looks fantastic? Yankee Stadium, and that's where the Yankees will ...
The Yankees nearly shutout the Mets tonight behind strong showings by Javier Vazquez and Joba Chamberlain. Kevin Russo had a great game at the dish and knocked in the winning run. Mariano Rivera came in and made it interesting in the ninth but shut the door. My scorecards are not meant for National League rules, so ...
I don't know about you guys, but this is exactly what I needed after a terrible three games of baseball. Your New York Yankees (25-16) are headed to Flushing to face off with the New York Mets (20-22) to start off interleague play for the 2010 season. As I'm sure you know, the Yankees have lost ...
I find it crazy that we’re going to have played the Red Sox eight times and played an interleague series before we face the Blue Jays once this year, but I digress. The New York Yankees (24-13) have taken four of six from the Boston Red Sox (19-19) this season going into the miniaturized two ...
Not a great showing by the Yankees this afternoon as they were shutout for the second time in as many days. With today's loss, the Yankees fall to 1-2 on days when I keep score. We're gonna have to work on that..
According to Joel Sherman, the Yankees have called up first baseman Juan Miranda for tonight's game against the Detroit Tigers. Miranda, who bats lefty, will most likely platoon with Marcus Thames in the DH spot until Nick Johnson returns from his wrist injury. Miranda is off to a so-so start in Scranton this season, hitting .260 ...
The theme of the series with the Tigers? Old faces in new places. The New York Yankees (21-9) are headed to Detroit to play a four game series with the Tigers (17-14) to start off this week. As I'm sure everyone already knows, three former Yankees currently call Comerica Park home. Tigers' left fielder Johnny Damon, ...
After a 10-3 drubbing of the Red Sox last night, the talk of the town was on the health of the Yankees instead of the fantastic pitching by Phil Hughes. Coming into this series the Yankees had their share of dings and dents, but after game one the list has gotten longer. In the 5th inning, ...