Category Archives: Editorial

How have Didi Gregorius and Shane Greene fared so far?


We are only a week and a half into the 2015 regular season and the most talked about Yankee hasn't been Alex Rodriguez, who has returned to the team following a 2014 suspension. It's Didi Gregorius. Unfortuntely for Gregorius, he hasn't gotten off on the right foot with the fans. Over the offseason, the Yankees, Arizona ...

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Jackie Robinson Day celebrated across Major League Baseball


On April 15, 1947, 28-year-old Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier by being the first African American to play in the Major Leagues. Before then, Robinson played with the Kansas City Monarchs in the negro leagues and spent the 1946 season in the Brooklyn Dodgers Triple-A affiliate. Robinson opened the door for others and baseball quickly ...

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It’s April, so step away from the panic button!


The first five games of the 2015 season has not gone according to plan. The Yankees lead the league in errors (8 errors), they have an atrocious team batting average (.193) and they've made multiple mental errors on the basepaths (*looking at you Jacoby Ellsbury, Didi Gregorius and Brett Gardner*). But here's something that might ...

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Yankees begin 2015 where they left off in 2014


Before the first pitch of yesterday's game, there was a lot of hope surrounding the 2015 season. Unfortunately the hope vanished when the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Yankees 6-1 at Yankee Stadium. But the story wasn't the Yankees losing or Masahiro Tanaka's outing or even Didi Gregorius being caught on the base paths to ...

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Delia sez: The Yankees have a legitimate chance to make the postseason


Earlier today, Rob did a column on what he expects from the Yankees this season. After reading his post, I wanted to chime in with my own thoughts on where I think the Yankees will end up. Rob believes the Yankees will end up sitting at home in October but I on the other hand ...

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Rob sez: Expect another October-less season for the Yankees


For the most part, the Yankees had a productive offseason this winter. They didn't make any big splashes that some had hoped for, like signing Max Scherzer, and they let a rare home-grown talent in David Robertson walk, but they signed solid contributing pieces that all championship teams need. The 2015 Yankees are easily better than ...

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Competitions draw to a close as final day of Spring Training arrives

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Technically the final day of the exhibition season is tomorrow, but today is the last day the Yankees will play baseball in Florida. Although it's the last day in camp, there are still jobs to be one and competitions going on but the Yankees will make those decisions either today or tomorrow when the Yankees ...

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Who should get the final spots in the bullpen?


With camp slated to break at the end of the week, the Yankees still have a few spots they need to fill. Over the last four weeks, those that were in the fifth starter competition were eliminated one by one, but while they won't get the final spot in the rotation--that job was already appointed ...

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