Steve Henn

About Steve Henn

Yankee fan living in Rhode Island. Aspiring Yankee beat writer. Hockey player and coach.

The Yankees announced yesterday that RHP Phil Hughes will be skipped in his next turn in the rotation.  His command has been observably terrible over his last several outings, allowing 11 earned runs, six walks, 13 hits in 9.2 innings pitched in his last two starts against Toronto (8/25, 9/5), […]

Phil Hughes To Be Skipped

Even though the Yankees are in the midst of a battle for the AL East against the menace known as the Tampa Bay Rays, and trying to defend their world title, one cannot help  but speculate what the future holds, especially when it involves the speedy left fielder Carl Crawford. […]

Fast Forward: 2011 Outfield

The Yankees, winners of five straight, are about to embark on a rarity in baseball scheduling: five consecutive day games.  Luckily for the Yankees, they have thrived this season in day games, going 31-16. The teams collectively hits better during the day, with a team batting average of .283 in […]

Day Game Dominance

Making a much anticipated start, Dallas Braden will take the hill today against Oakland, making his Yankee Stadium debut in front of the ravenous Yankee Stadium crowd. Braden, LHP from the Oakland Athletics is having a subpar season individually, going 9-9 with a 3.28 ERA.  His stuff isn’t overwhelming, with […]

Get Off My Mound

Wang, once the Yankees most reliable starter, is now in the minor leagues with the Washington Nationals It may seem like a distant memory, but there was a period of time where a man in the Washington Nationals minor league system was the Yankees ace from 2006-2008. It’s hard to […]

Remember Chien-Ming Wang?

“No nerves, no pressure at all.” (Tim Britton: As said by a rookie pitching for the New York Yankees in New York City, the largest media market in all of sports. Ivan Nova, or as he is known now as “Super Nova” has proven in only two starts that […]

Ivan Nova: Cool As Ice