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Archive of entries posted on May 2012

Yankees skipper names Soriano the new Mariano

After Tuesday nights much-needed 3-2 win in the Bronx, New York Yankees skipper Joe Girardi said that Rafael Soriano will be his closer going forward according to Zach Schobrun of the New York Times. This makes complete sense as Soriano has a proven track record in the role, as he racked up 45 saves, the most saves in the […]

New York Yankees: ESPN voted Derek Jeter not an MVP do you agree

Instead of mulling over the New York Yankees many troubles, which are still very real even after their 3-2 win over the Royals last night, I found anot her subject to focus my irritations on. And that would be non-other then the MLB award watch 2012 on ESPN.com, specifically the AL MVP.ESPN decided to vote on […]

New York Yankees vs. New York Stankees

With all the hostility surrounding the 2012 New York Yankeeslately, I figured why not re-focus on some positives and embrace New York’s new role of being the Stankees. After losing 6-0 to the Royals last night, the Stankees officially moved to the cellar of the AL East but that is not exactly where they need to […]

Yankees aren’t worried or winning

There is no way to sugarcoat this anymore because the New York Yankees absolutely stink. Going over all the issues isn’t going to help anything because they can’t hit, they give up homers and any team can beat them; and I mean any. All teams get a pass in the month of April, but it […]

New York Yankees: Gardner going to doctor today

ESPN New York reported that New York Yankees speedster Brett Gardnerwould have his right elbow examined by doctors following the 1pm rubber match vs. the Cincinnati Reds today. Gardner has rehabbd his elbow and said: “If I could start swinging here in the next couple of days, I’ll be ready by next weekend for sure.” The […]

New York Yankees: To start Girardi needs to ban homers and move Tex

The New York Yankees lost in Toronto for the second night in a row 4-1; and once again it was at the hand of the dead bats who left a total of 16 runners on base in both defeats. The line-up couldn’t muster up anything to give Phil Hughes‘ a win after solid outing where he only […]