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With the 2013 season behind us and with no postseason, the only thing left to do is to grade the Yankees (and for them to hope that they get a good grade). Here are the grades I gave to players from highest to lowest: Mariano Rivera: In his final season, Rivera once again dazzled everyone with his ...
In the final series of the 2013 season, the Yankees wanted to end the season on the right foot and the Yankees did just that in a 3-2 victory over the Houston Astros Friday night. The Yankees scored all three of their runs in the fourth inning of the game, taking the three runs on a ...
A day that was full of celebration for closer Mariano Rivera (and starter Andy Pettitte), ended on a sour note as the offense couldn't provide more than one run in a 2-1 loss to the San Francisco Giants. Andy Pettitte was phenomenal in his final start at Yankee Stadium, throwing seven innings plus, giving up two ...
Alex Rodriguez's grand slam was a foreshadowed event--at least in the WCBS 880 booth. John Sterling was mentioning the all-time grand slam record, Lou Gehrig having 23 while Rodriguez also had 23, moments before the home run gave the Yankees four more runs in a 5-1 victory over the San Francisco Giants. CC Sabathia and Tim ...
For the first seven innings of the game, it looked as if the Yankees were going to drop their fifth straight game, possibly ending their chances of even contending for the Wild Card. They were being shutout by J.A. Happ and they were on the verge of falling deeper into the Wild Card race. Then, ...
Since it's an off-day for the Yankees, let's go over some of the notes that have been fluttering around today. -- Joe Girardi was not pleased with his Yankees team after yesterday's 9-2 loss and had a "very stern conversation" with them in the clubhouse right before they left for Toronto. Girardi gave the same stern ...
The 2013 Yankees season has been plagued with injuries at a ridiculous rate and just because the regular season ends in two weeks, doesn't mean the injury bug is going to stop anytime soon. Yesterday, Brett Gardner became the latest Yankee to suffer an injury, this one possibly sidelining him for the remainder of the ...
The Yankees knew that there was a lot at stake coming into tonight's game. They were one game in back of the Tampa Bay Rays for the second Wild Card spot and the Baltimore Orioles and Cleveland Indians were hot on their tails. After tonight, the playoff picture became a bit clearer and the Orioles ...