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Greg Golson, Not Juan Miranda, Called Up

After last night's game was rained out the Yankees are prepared to play a double-header today in Detroit against the Tigers. The first game starts at 1:05 and features a matchup between RHP's Javier Vazquez (1-3, 9.78) and Rick Porcello (2-3, 7.50). The second game starts at 7:05 and will feature another set of RHP's ...

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Yankees Notes: The What Did I Miss? Edition

Hey BBD readers, if you haven't noticed I have been gone since Sunday, I was off getting engaged, so I haven't paid any attention whatsoever to the Bombers. The crew here has done a great job keeping you updated on the daily ins-and-outs and what-have-yous, but for my own sake, and the sake of anyone ...

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Yankees Expected to Activate Outfielder Greg Golson

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As has been speculated since Curtis Granderson went down with the groin injury, the Yankees appear set to activate outfielder Greg Golson for tonight's game against the Orioles.  Golson has played 21 games in centerfield for the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees, hitting just .253/.289/.430.  He projects to be a pinch runner and late inning defensive replacement during ...

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Granderson Leaves with Groin Strain

Yankees center fielder Curtis Granderson left today's game during the 6th inning after he injured his groin while going first to third on a single. The last we heard Granderson was on his way to the hospital for an MRI to assess the extent of the damage. Until we get that news it is impossible to ...

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Yankees Bench Seems Set with 5 More Cuts

The Yankees cut five more players from the big league camp yesterday, outfielder Greg Golson, righties Mark Melancon and Jonathan Albaladejo, and infielders Juan Miranda and Kevin Russo, according to Marc Carig of The Star-Ledger. The cuts of Miranda and Russo have pretty much cemented the opening day bench ensuring a spot for Ramiro Pena. Backup ...

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Some Yankee 60-Yard Dash Times

In light of the NFL Scouting Combine, where college players that have entered the draft have a tryout testing their agility, speed, and strength, I thought I'd do some research on some of the Yankees' old 60-yard times (60 yards is 180 feet, ie the length of two bases). The average MLB 60-yard time is ...

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Ranking the Outfield Depth

The Yankees are starting the 2010 season with only two locks in their outfield and a long list of outfielders, many of which will not make the Bronx roster and instead will be in Scranton. The locks are Nick Swisher in right and Curtis Granderson in center, or maybe left. After that is anyone's guess. Brett ...

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Minor League Monday: February 1st, 2010

Welcome to the first edition of the Bronx Baseball Daily version of Minor League Monday. For those of you who are unfamiliar with my old blog, “Pinstriped Scranton”, Minor League Monday will highlight the minor league news of the week. Aside from minor league news, it will also highlight top players during the season and ...

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