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Archive of entries posted on March 2013

2013 New York Yankees: TBD

Who are the 2013 New York Yankees?  That is the general question I try to answer anytime I write a team’s preview. The preview itself is my attempt to forecast the outcome of the upcoming 162-game season. Regardless of whom I am previewing there will always be questions that only time can answer. No team […]

New York Yankees: 2013 Projected Batting Order

MLB.com released the New York Yankees projected batting order for the 2013 season. Before I give you my thoughts, here it is: 1. CF: Brett Gardner 2. RF: Ichiro Suzuki 3. 2B: Robinson Cano 4. 1B: Kevin Youkilis 5. DH: Ben Francisco 6. LF: Vernon Wells 7. SS: Eduardo Nunez 8. 3B: Jayson Nix 9. […]

New York Yankees: 2013 Depth Chart with Opening Day starters

What do New York Yankees fans like to be?  Informed. New York has a passionate fan base that likes to be in the know when it involves their beloved Yankees. With 2013 Opening Day just days away, I thought that fans might benefit from viewing the 2013 team’s depth chart. Otherwise things could get confusing for many when they see who […]

Yankees: Not signing Chavez proves costly mistake

Motivational speaker Tony Robbins once said, “In life you need either inspiration or desperation.”  The New York Yankees have officially taken on the latter with only themselves to blame the day they decided not to re-sign third baseman Eric Chavez. Chavez, a six-time Gold Glover at third base would have allowed Kevin Youkilis to play […]

Yankees fans not feeling too Wells on twitter

New Yorker’s are never short on words, but Yankees fans take things to a whole new level. I guess you could say we are a passionately opinionated group. So when the news broke that Vernon Wells had waved his clause and was traded (more like dumped) by the Angels to the Yankees it blew the […]

Yankees Universe you need to read this about Wang

It doesn’t take much to impress the New York Yankees these days, as Chien-Ming Wang just proved inking a one-year minor league deal with the team. It took Wang all of 12 scoreless innings in the WBC for the Yankees to abolish his past. Wang has been injured and ineffective for years, as his last […]