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Alex Rodriguez finally hit no. 600 and Phil Hughes finally pitched another impressive game as the Yankees beat the Blue Jays 5-1 yesterday. Here are some notes: After the game the Tampa Bay Rays lost 2-1 to the Twins. They are now tied with the Yankees for 1st place. How has A-Rod reached 600 home runs? ...
If you haven't read it already, be sure to check out Brian's article on the Yankees' lack of roster flexibility and how it has hurt them recently. For an explanation on why they have so little flexibility right now, I thought I'd run down the list of injuries the Yankees have been dealing with so ...
Make sure you don't miss my article on Phil Hughes and the importance patience plays when producing young pitchers. Here are a few other notes for today: Derek Jeter was hit on the elbow and left pinky finger by Justin Verlander in the 5th inning yesterday. After the game Jeter said he was fine and doesn't ...
According to Chad Jennings of the Journal News, Yankees reliever Chan Ho Park, who has been on the DL with a hamstring issue, is close to returning to the Bronx after throwing a 45-pitch bullpen session on Monday. “He might get two (rehab games),” Joe Girardi said. “We’ll make a judgment after Wednesday.” This is good ...
The Yankees lost a tough one yesterday as their bullpen blew a close lead given to them by Phil Hughes who held the Orioles to just one run despite not having his best stuff. It's a tough way to watch a team lose, but that's baseball. Here are some news items: Nick Johnson didn't start yesterday even ...
When Chan Ho Park landed on the disabled list with a sprained hamstring the Yankees hoped it would be a short stint for the reliever who has quickly become a valuable member of the bullpen, but according to Chad Jennings of the Journal News, his recovery is going to be a little longer than expected. “He ...
As expected, the Yankees have put relief pitcher Chan Ho Park on the 15-day disabled list after he pulled his right hamstring warming up in the bullpen yesterday. To take his place on the roster is left handed pitcher Boone Logan. Park has already begun to establish himself as an important member of the Yankees bullpen ...
If you watched yesterday's game and saw Chan Ho Park warming up in the bullpen might have been surprised when they didn't see him in the game. No he didn't have another bout of diarrhea. This time, according to Bryan Hoch of MLB.com, he aggravated his right hamstring while throwing in the pen. There will be ...
Wondering why Chan Ho Park didn't pitch well on opening day only to pitch three dominant innings just a couple of days later? Apparently it was all that diarrhea he had. Gross I know, watch this funny video:
Fresh off taking the opening series against the Red Sox, the Yankees (2-1) are going to face the Tampa Bay Rays (2-1) at Tropicana Field. The main storyline of this game is the return of Javier Vazquez. Many fans remember his terrible 2nd half in 2004 and thought that he simply was not meant to ...