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Turning points of the game: Yankees drop 2 in a row to Braves

The Yankees lost a wild one in the Bronx Wednesday afternoon when those on hand sat in 90-degree weather and watched nine homers sail into the seats. Phil Hughes made up for a  no-homer game last week with four today. Here is the full recap and graph. Here are the turning points of the game: The first ...

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The Yankee beat: bullpen management, Logan, and DeJesus

Memorial Day weekend is over and I'm slowly getting back into the swing of things. Last night's Yankees game was a mess. Not only did Phil Hughes pitch like garbage, but Joe Girardi made it harder for the Yankees to win last night's game with at least three very questionable moves. Here is the recap ...

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Grading the Yankees first 16 games

After 16 games (roughly 10 percent of the season) gone, let's take a look at the progress report for the 2012 Yankees.  Each batter must have at least 10 games played to qualify for a grade.  All stats present are as of 24 April. Derek Jeter- A+ ‘El Capi-tan’ is hitting .411 with a 1.080 OPS, scored ...

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Phelps and Wade star in Yankees 12th inning win

The two heroes from Tuesday night's 12 inning affair was not the man who drove in the game winning run, Raul Ibanez, instead it was a pair of relievers - David Phelps and Cory Wade. Freddy Garcia had absolutely no control of where his pitches were going. He threw five wild pitches in total and three ...

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Thoughts on the Yankees roster as we wait for the 1st pitch

At around 3:00 pm today, James Shields of the pesky Tampa Bay Rays will deliver the first pitch of the season to New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter, and let me tell you, I couldn’t be more excited to face a guy who threw eleven complete games last year. But before I get into the nitty ...

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A recap of how the Yankees finalized their roster

Things looked pretty set for the Yankees last week, but then Michael Pineda and Cesar Cabral got hurt and things changed a little bit. There were two spots open and a few people vying for them. Dewayne Wise and Jayson Nix were taken out of the picture pretty quickly, cleared waivers, and were sent to Triple-A. The ...

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Clay Rapada makes the Yankees Opening Day roster

In an expected move, left handed reliever Clay Rapada has been told that he will start the season on the Yankees Opening Day roster, according to Mark Feinsand of the NY Daily News. Rapada, a 31-year-old with a career OBP of .153 and an OPS of .472 against left handed hitters, had a strong spring training, ...

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Logan’s MRI comes back negative, DL stint unlikely

UPDATE: Marc Carig of the Star-Ledger has reported that Logan's MRI came back negative and Brian Cashman doesn't expect him to land on the DL. He will likely be on the opening day roster. ORIGINAL POST: Just when it seemed like the Yankees would make it through spring training without any injuries Michael Pineda, Cesar Cabral, and now ...

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