Whenever we think of our favorite Derek Jeter memory, we immediately consider his contributions on the field. We think of ‘The Flip Play’, Jeter diving into the stands, his 3,000th hit, or his final at-bat at Yankee Stadium resulting in a walk-off hit. All of those memories are nice, none […]

My Derek Jeter memory: “The signed baseball”

Not only did last night’s Yankees game see the Bronx Bombers lose their third straight game, but there was a surprising ejection during the Yankees half of the seventh inning. If anyone guessed Joe Girardi, I said the ejection was surprising. Not entertaining. Chase Headley, who usually never causes a […]

Was Chase Headley’s ejection unwarranted?

Don’t you just love waking up to postponement news? This morning, the New York Yankees announced today’s game against the Houston Astros has been postponed due to inclement weather. The game will be made up as part of a day / night doubleheader on Sunday, May 14. Tickets dated ‘Saturday, […]

Astros vs. Yankees game postponed

  Matt Holliday playing first base isn’t just to get him playing time during inter league play. Prior to the Yankees game against the Houston Astros, Joe Girardi sent out a lineup that had Holliday at first, all four outfielders either on the field or DH, and Chris Carter on […]

Why did the Yankees slot Matt Holliday at first base?

Astros vs. Yankees FINAL: Astros 3, Yankees 2 WIN: Dallas Keuchel (6-0, 1.69 ERA) LOSS: Michael Pineda (3-2, 3.27 ERA) The Yankees and Astros were one of the most anticipated match-ups of the night, especially since both teams have performed extremely well over the last few weeks. However, the Yankees […]

Yankees fall to Astros 3-2

Thursday, May 11 Yankees: Michael Pineda (3-1, 3.12 ERA) Astros: Dallas Keuchel (5-0, 1.88 ERA) Time: 7:05 p.m. T.V. / Radio: YES Network & MLB Network / WFAN Friday, May 12 Yankees: Jordan Montgomery (2-1, 3.81 ERA) Astros: Lance McCullers Jr. (2-1, 3.40 ERA) Time: 7:05 p.m. T.V. / Radio: […]

Yankees vs. Astros pitching matchups

On Sunday, the New York Yankees are going to retire Derek Jeter‘s No. 2 in front of 50,000 Yankees fans. Jeter’s retirement ceremony is the hottest ticket in town. In fact, the cheapest price for a ticket on the second hand market starts at approximately $200. New York has been […]

Derek Jeter pens letter to New York

When the Yankees are a cohesive unit, they’re a force to be reckoned with. However, every team has an Achilles heel, which is something their opponents take advantage of. The Yankees, despite their 21-10 record, actually have quite a few Achilles heels on their roster. But which players are considered […]

The Yankees have numerous Achilles heels

Prior to the Cincinnati Reds series, the Yankees called up Chad Green to provide a fresh arm in their tired bullpen. On Tuesday, Green pitched a scoreless eighth inning against the Reds in a 5-3 loss. So how was Green rewarded for his effectiveness? He was optioned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. […]

Yankees option Chad Green to Triple-A Scranton

Yankees @ Reds FINAL: Reds 5, Yankees 3 WIN: Tim Adleman (2-1, 4.44 ERA) LOSS: CC Sabathia (2-2, 5.77 ERA) The Yankees had a chance to go for the series sweep against the Cincinnati Reds, but unfortunately CC Sabathia put the Yankees in an early hole they couldn’t climb out […]

Yankees fall to Reds 5-3

When the Yankees returned to Cincinnati for their two-game series against the Reds, it was at a place that hosted one of the best moments in Brett Gardner‘s career. The Great American Ballpark was where Gardner made his first career appearance as an American League All-Star. “Obviously some good memories […]

Brett Gardner’s performance reminiscent of All-Star season