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Phil Hughes rebounded from a couple of bad starts earlier in the season when he probably wasn't quite ready to pitch and looked great last night as he held the Diamondbacks to just two runs over seven innings. Joba Chamberlain also looked solid, pumping in 95 mph fastballs and was even able to locate them well ...
Joba Chamberlain looked lost. That much was clear in his outing on Saturday in the Yankees’ 8-4 loss to the Tigers. Pitch after pitch failed to hit catcher Francisco Cervelli’s target, and with each hitter who reached base, his bewilderment appeared to grow. A line-drive single, a four-pitch walk, a ball that skipped to the ...
Before the season started the two things that we expected to be good from the Yankees were Robinson Cano and the pitching staff. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case the first week of the season and they have gotten off to a slow 2-4 start. That doesn't mean that it's time to panic or give up on ...
A lot of people, myself included, have accused the Yankees of caring more about profits than winning this offseason, but despite that they will set a record with their payroll at $230.4 million this offseason. While that is technically true it is how they've spent their money, with relatively little money committed after this season limiting ...
Last week we heard that the Texas Rangers were scouting Joba Chamberlain and considering the Yankees have a lot of needs in their lineup right now it is possible that a trade is brewing. The Yankees biggest needs right now are obviously at the corner infield positions. With Adrian Beltre firmly in place and Mitch Moreland ...
The Texas Rangers, are short on bullpen depth at the moment, have been scouting Yankees reliever Joba Chamberlain, according to George King of the NY Post. The Rangers actually match up well with the Yankees as they have depth at the corner infield positions right now, but it seems hard to imagine a deal happening between ...
Bronx Baseball Daily welcomes yet another new writer to the team, Marc Perez-Santalla. Marc's first article discusses the man that we all love to debate over -- Joba Chamberlain. The starter vs. reliever debate has been mostly put to bed these days, but the result of that debate might be that he exits the Bronx ...
Here we go again. Remember the old Joba Chamberlain debate? Starter or reliever? It's been a while since we last talked about that, but get ready because Joba re-ignited it up today. "This is probably going to spark a bunch of stuff and (Yankees PR director Jason) Zillo is going to be mad at me, but it’s ...
This is not exactly new, but I didn't want to ignore it all offseason since it has clearly become part of the narrative. Yankees hitting coach Kevin Long has been tinkering with Kevin Youkilis' swing before Spring Training even started. “We looked at old film and compared it to 2012,” Long told Dan Martin of the NY ...
The Yankees agreed to terms on one-year deals with relief pitchers Joba Chamberlain and Boone Logan over the weekend and will avoid arbitration with each pitcher. They had already agreed to a deal with Phil Hughes, leaving David Robertson as the only arbitration eligible player not under contract. Joba signed for $1.875 million with another possible $275K ...