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In honor of Father’s Day having just passed on Sunday, this article will take a look at notable active players around Major League Baseball whose fathers have also played in the majors at some point. Unlike his son, Jose Cano did not have much time in the spotlight and certainly did not put up superstar numbers ...
Major League Baseball is preparing to suspend as many as 20 players, including Alex Rodriguez and Francisco Cervelli, in connection to PED's and Biogenesis, according to a report by ESPN's T.J. Quinn, Pedro Gomez, and Mike Fish of Outside The Lines. Tony Bosch, the Miami-based clinic's founder, has an agreement with MLB to name names and ...
BBD is back after taking a couple of days off for Memorial Day and to watch the return of Arrested Development, which I've enjoyed very much. I wasn't gone long, but it might have been just long enough to miss the entire Yankees career of David Huff, who was designated for assignment to make room ...
Back in Spring Training, when the Yankees first had their run of injuries, which is now up to 11, it wasn't supposed to be until the middle of May when we would start to see some of these players return. Well, the middle of May is just a week away so when can we expect them ...
The Yankees trailed 3-0 and then again 4-3, but managed to come from behind to beat the Blue Jays 5-4 thanks to a big game from Travis Hafner at the Stadium on Saturday. CC Sabathia started and once again didn't have his best stuff as the Jays scored one run in the third and two more ...
We are almost a month into the 2013 season, and Yankee universe has not been sucked into an injury-infested black hole of playoff-missing nothingness. The team has been competitive, is still hitting home runs, and could actually use better pitching believe it or not. The names have changed, and the ages have surged even further upward, ...
The Yankees had some big holes in the lineup going into the season and most weren't afraid to point them out. There was the drop-off behind the plate, in right field, and forget about plugging any hole with Vernon Wells as he was done and that was a horrible trade. Almost a month later and the ...
(Syndicated from Pinstripe Pundits). Heading into spring training, the Yankees’ catching situation was in disarray. The team was set to split the catching duties between two lackluster candidates—Chris Stewartand Francisco Cervelli. Stewart had the reputation of being a solid defender and excellent pitch framer, but was all sorts of bad offensively with a career 58 wRC+. Cervelli on ...