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Yankee fans are ready to welcome Youks to the Bronx

New York Yankee fans need to relax, big time! Kevin Youkilis might play for the Yankees, but he will forever be a Boston Red Sox in my mind. So earlier this week when Youkilis told ESPN New York, “I’ll always be a Red Sox,” personally, I found it refreshingly honest. The problem is the majority […]

Why New York Yankees fans are learning about karma

Whoever said that AJ Burnett couldn’t pitch should be putting their foot back in their mouth, as he could very well win the NL CY Young this season. I have always been a Burnett fan since his days with the Florida Marlins; so I was thrilled when the Yankees signed him in 2009 and went […]

New York Yankees: You Hughes you lose

Who has had enough of Phil Hughes? Hughes proved once again, vs. Rangers, to be a liability on the mound. But this doesn’t seem to faze skipper Joe Girardi as he told Mark Feinstein of the NY Daily News this after the game:Well, the New York Yankees certainly have not, which is a real concern. […]

New York Yankees: What would you do if you were Girardi and Rothschild

The New York Yankees have CC Sabathia, Hiroki Kuroda, Michael Pineda, Ivan Nova, Phil Hughes, Freddy Garcia and now Andy Pettitte, which leaves them with the same problem that trading AJ Burnett was supposed to solve, seven starters for five rotation spots. It is tough to complain about being overloaded with starting pitching especially after the Yankees had the opposite issue last spring, but it will be […]

New York Yankees: See ya AJ, wouldn’t want to be ya, but do want to thank ya

Ken Rosenthal of FOX SPORTS confirmed what he first tweeted, that the New York Yankees have a deal in place to trade AJ Burnettto the Pittsburgh Pirates, pending MLB Commissioner Bud Selig’s approval and passing a physical on Sunday. Well the good news for Burnett is that he doesn’t have to show his face at Yankees Camp after […]

New York Yankees: Who to watch this spring

This Sunday, pitchers and catchers report to 2012 Spring Training, and like most baseball fans, I feel like a kid on the night before Christmas. The New York Yankees might not be able to top the Lin-sanity going on at Madison Square Garden, but you’d be hard pressed to find anything that could. Still, one […]