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MLB Trade Rumors: Yankees have no interest in A.J. Burnett

With a shortage of starting pitchers and CC Sabathia potentially out for the rest of the season, the Yankees have been on the look out for starting pitchers to trade for. One name they are looking passed — A.J. Burnett. … Continue reading

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Yankees set record with $230.4M payroll, money not well spent, plus notes

A lot of people, myself included, have accused the Yankees of caring more about profits than winning this offseason, but despite that they will set a record with their payroll at $230.4 million this offseason. While that is technically true … Continue reading

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The Yankee beat: bad trades, no trades, and the lottery

Hiroki Kuroda got a rare 7-inning shutout thanks to the rain as the Yankees beat the Blue Jays 6-0 behind a 4-run 1st inning. The Yankees have now scored at least three runs in 42 consecutive games. Here is the … Continue reading

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5 Things We Learned About the Yankees in 2012

There are some things a man just knows.  Old people (37 years and beyond) can’t play baseball, can’t hit for average, and can’t rank in the top ten in any offensive category (except maybe strike-outs).  There is an inverse relationship … Continue reading

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