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So far this season Freddy Garcia looks too old to get the job done anymore and Phil Hughes looks like he may never be able to do the job. It had Yankees fans waiting for Andy Pettitte and Michael Pineda's return, but with the injury to Pineda the Yankees will have to turn somewhere else ...
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 ...
One of the biggest pleasant surprises so far in this young 2012 season has to be the emergence of David Phelps. It's still early, but the 25-year-old righty has thrown 8.1 innings in three appearances and has only allowed one run while maintaining a 9.7 K/9 and a 2.2 BB/9. None of his four pitches have ...
There has been a lot of talk about Phil Hughes potentially losing his rotation spot once Andy Pettitte comes back, but it is important to remember that Freddy Garcia is also pitching for a job. Garcia had an uncharacteristically good spring, but got roughed up in his first start of the season primarily due to a ...
Andy Pettitte made his latest minor league start on Sunday and said he felt good after throwing 47 pitches and remains on track to return to the Bronx on May 5th or 10th. "Right now, I feel good. I feel strong," Pettitte told Adam Berry of MLB.com. "I need to get to where I can get ...
I've decided that I have been spoiled. Not by material goods but by the Yankees. Through numerous accolades and world championships, nothing has been more impressive than seeing one of the greatest pitchers of all time, Mariano Rivera. I don’t think there is anything Mariano Rivera can’t do? Think on it and let me know ...
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 ...
The trade for Chris Stewart was confusing and somewhat bothersome because while George Kontos wasn't a great arm, he seemed like a lot to give up for an all glove, no hit catcher like Stewart. However if the Giants had their way, the Yankees would have given up even more. Apparently the Giants initial asking price ...
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 ...
David Phelps, D.J. Mitchell, and Adam Warren were considered long shots to make the team at the beginning of camp. This year we found out why teams bring in so many players to compete for what appears to be so few spots. Just like that, two injuries put Phelps, Mitchell, and Warren at the forefront ...