Author Archives: Mark Panuthos

Hiroki Kuroda is having a Great Year But …..

This is the counter argument to Chris Barca’s piece from Friday. Enjoy. Hiroki Kuroda is having a career-best year in multiple categories.  He’s been the lone, consistently bright spot on a Yankees rotation that is getting older and more injury … Continue reading

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The Grandyman Can’t: The Yankees should let Granderson walk next year

How many times has this happened to you?  You live in Tampa.  You can’t watch the Yankees on MLB.tv because, as the log-in error message states, you used a left-handed keyboard to enter your password on the holiest day on … Continue reading

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Yankees Trade Target: Matt Garza

Statistics don’t lie.  People do.  But there are a lot of statistics out there, and a lot of bloggers, so statics-based lying is at an all time high compared to other types of lying.  Consider the following statistics; the Yankees … Continue reading

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Don’t Call Him Mark Teix-ERROR

Against the Rays earlier last week, Mark Teixeira failed to convert his 672nd consecutive play attempt without an error.  Elliot Johnson hit a hard grounder down the first base line that stayed just fair and slipped just beneath Teixeira’s glove.  … Continue reading

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