Matt Imbrogno

After two different posts about why certain players don’t make sense for and don’t fit on the 2010 Yankees, I thought I’d tackle the people I do think make sense for the Yankees moving forward. First, is Mike Cameron. I’ve already touched on this scenario so I’ll just do some […]

Who Does Make Sense for the Yankees?

On Tuesday, Rob wrote an article about some buy low starting pitchers the Yankees could take a look at. Being the absolute grouch that I am, I thought I’d say (again) why so-and-so doesn’t fit for the Yankees. Rich Harden is a solid pitcher. He has a career 3.39 ERA, […]

Why They Don’t Fit, Part Two

Recently, I ran down a possible scenario for the Yankees’ outfield. Now, I’m gonna run down some DH alternatives, if neither Johnny Damon nor Hideki Matsui return to the team. The first possibility (only because the list of free agents I’m looking at is in position/alphabetical order) is Russell Branyan. […]

Some Free Agent DH Alternatives

I haven’t done one of these in a while, so I thought I’d continue with our season in review series, and focus on everyone’s favorite “scrappy” outfielder, Brett Gardner. Coming in to 2009, Gardner won the starting centerfielder’s job over incumbent Melky Cabrera. However, this decision was eventually reversed by […]

Season in Reveiw: Brett Gardner

A week ago tonight, the Yankees beat the Phillies 7-3 to win their 27th World Series Championship and their first since beating the Mets four games to one back in 2000. For fans of most teams, a nine year gap between championships would not be seen as too big a […]

Reflection After a Week