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The Yankee beat: D-Rob, plate discipline, and Yankee killers

CC Sabathia went eight innings and did not allow an earned run as the offense scored five runs off Tampa’s ace David Price behind homers by Robinson Cano and Curtis Granderson for a 5-3 win. Here is the recap and … Continue reading

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What to do with the Yankees DH situation

I wanted to focus on our Designated Hitter situation, both currently and what it might be after Brett Gardner comes back, and figure out if it is really best to trot out Andruw Jones on a regular basis against lefties. … Continue reading

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Cashman: I still make the Pineda trade 10 times out of 10

Once the initial shock of the Michael Pineda/Jesus Montero wore off most fans understood the inherent risk involved, but liked that the Yankees upgraded their rotation, a weakness at the time, from an area of┬ástrength. Even on this site, only … Continue reading

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The Yankee beat: Pineda trade, Yu Darvish, & the bullpen

Phil Hughes pitched a beautfiul 1st inning, but quickly fell apart, as he allowed four runs in 2.2 innings. The Yankees offense missed opportunities and were ultimately shutdown by the Texas bullpen. Here is our recap. Here is what the … Continue reading

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