Steven Schwartz

I’ve compiled a list for your benefit/enjoyment of where you can find every former Yankee or former Yankee minor leaguer right now in Spring Training.  There are a few that I bet the Yankees would gladly take back, such as Tyler Clippard, while a majority of them have yet to […]

Where Are They Now…

The Yankees made two managerial changes in the low minors today, as they announced that Charleston RiverDogs manager Torre Tyson would be named the manager of the Tampa Yankees, and taking his place would be RiverDogs hitting coach Gregg Colbrunn Tyson was the RiverDogs’ hitting coach for two years and […]

Colbrunn, Tyson Named Managers

Recently Jim Edmonds announced that he was attempting a comeback for the 2010 season.  Furthermore, Eric Byrnes was officially released from the Arizona Diamondbacks.   Both should figure to be cheap options for the Yankees, and a guy that could possibly take some time in left field, depending on how […]

Bring in Your Tired…Your Hungry

Throughout Yankee history there have many names that one will never forget. Babe Ruth. Mickey Mantle. Ron Guidry. But personally, I feel the need to talk about a certain five-time World Series champion who played shortstop for the Yankees during their amazing run in the 1990s. Of course you know […]

A Champion’s Triumphant Return

Over at MinorLeagueBall, John Sickels ranked the Yankees prospects: 1) Jesus Montero, C, Grade A: I know that his position is up in the air, but I love this bat so much that I’m going to give him a straight Grade A. This is a Mike Piazza/Manny Ramirez type bat. 2) Austin Romine, […]

John Sickels Ranks the Yanks

Just three days ago (on December 29th), made this post about the Yankee organizational philosophy under the full control of Brian Cashman. Average age of Yankee pitchers 2005: 34.2 2006: 32.5 2007: 31.4 2008: 30.6 2009: 29.3 (which happens to be the average age of pitchers on the ’96 […]

Are The Yankees Actually Getting Younger?