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Yankees Notes: D-Rob, Nova, Brackman, Crawford, and More

Last week's matchup of CC Sabathia vs. David Price is the closest thing to Roger Clemens vs. Pedro Martinez there is today and it lived up to it's billing as each pitcher gave their teams a shot to win the game and then some. Well, the pair go at it again ...

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Montero, Brackman, and Betances Called Up, Inactive

Via Josh Norris: To make it all clear: Andrew Brackman and Dellin Betances are headed to NY to get a taste of life in the show, not to pitch at all. and Just got it from Damon Oppenheimer that [Jesus Montero] will be joining Betances and Brackman. He will also be inactive. So Montero, ...

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One More September Call-Up Could Be On The Way

Via Chad Jennings: Forgot to mention this pregame, but when Girardi was asked whether Royce Ring would be the last of the September call-ups, he hesitated. Then he said, “Don’t write that.” Sounds like there’s a good chance someone else will be here eventually. Andrew Brackman? The most likely players to get called ...

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Read: NoMaas’ Interview w/Mark Newman

NoMaas.org had a great interview with the Yankees' Senior Vice President of Baseball Operations Mark Newman that was filled with great little tidbits of information about the minor league system. Since this has been a slow news day thanks to the off day yesterday, I figured I'd point it out and run down some of ...

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Yankees Andrew Brackman Scouting Report

The Yankees considered themselves fortunate when they drafted the 6'10" right handed pitcher Andrew Brackman in the 1st round of the 2007 draft. He was expected to go much higher, but injury concerns caused him to call to the Yankees 30th overall. He immediately had elbow surgery and didn't pitch until 2009 in Low-A. That ...

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Brackman Promoted to Double-A

According to Josh Norris of the Trentonian, the Yankees have promoted their 2007 1st round draft pick RHP Andrew Brackman to Double-A Trenton and he will start tonight. I've written about Brackman recently as he seems to have turned a corner in his development. He's pitched in 12 games this season with a 5-4 record and ...

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The Yankees Farm System is Exciting Again

The Gulf Coast League is a little talked about league because they are below even Single-A, they are rookie ball and often the players are so far away from the majors that it makes little sense to discuss them. However, their season started last night and there were three players on the field for the ...

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Yankees Notes: Burnett, Injuries, Vuvuzelas, Culver, and Brackman

AJ Burnett had a rough second innning where he allowed four runs and the Yankees never recovered losing the game 6-3 to 47-year-old Jamie Moyer. Here are some notes: AJ Burnett has been real bad of late, his ERA over his last three games: 9.00. Alex Rodriguez (groin) was back in the lineup last night as the DH. ...

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