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Archive of entries posted on April 2012

New York Yankees got some bad news

The Yankees biggest off-season news was trading top prospects Jesus Montero and Hector Noesi to the Mariners for phenom pitcher Michael Pineda. Pineda has yet to pitch for the Yankees, as he showed up to Spring Training overweight and out-of-shape. The Yankees thought that starting on the 15-day DL would give Pineda time to build […]

New York Yankees fate hangs on Phil Hughes tonight

Hiroki Kuroda had a solid night on the mound, as he limited the Rangers to just two earned runs but unfortunately the Yankees bats got shut out by his opponent Yu Darvish. I called this outcome yesterday, as the Yankees line-up has a history of struggling when facing a pitcher for the first time but to his […]

New York Yankees: Latest on Brett Gardner’s elbow

The New York Yankees have been noticeably without out-fielding speedster Brett Gardner for the last week. Gardner made a dynamic, diving catch last Tuesday night, which resulted in him injuring his right arm and being put on the 15-day DL immediately following an MRI that revealed it was bruise and strained elbow. According to skipper […]

New York Yankees: Why Rangers Yu has advantage over Bombers

MLB fans worldwide can thank April showers in the Northeast for giving them the most anticipated pitching match-up so far this season because this one that was not supposed to happen. As the Yankees Japanese pitcher Hiroki Kuroda will now face his fellow countryman Rangers Yu Darvish in the second game of this three game set […]

Yankees vs Rangers: Whose hitters are hotter?

Even though the 2012 MLB season is still so young, the media has labeled the Rangers as the best team in baseball. This is not surprising, as the sports media has a certain love for the Rangers and always gives them the benefit of the doubt. Currently, the Yankees, also dubbed the evil empire, are […]

Yankees Sabathia vs. Rangers Holland

The New York Yankees didn’t get to go for the sweep up in Boston, as it hasn’t stopped raining here in the Northeast since late Saturday night. So, the team heads to Texas to face the red-hot Rangers in a three-game set that promises to be a dogfight. These are two of the best teams […]