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Archive of posts filed under the AL East category.

Yankees: Brooms, Bronx and Blue Jays

The New York Yankees swept the Toronto Blue Jays right out of the Bronx. It was the best outcome that honestly, I didn’t think the Yankees had in them but they proved me wrong. Beating the AL East leading Blue Jays in three games cut the Yankees deficit to just a game and a half […]

Yankees Masahiro Tanaka vs. Blue Jays Marcus Stroman tonight

Tonight, the New York Yankees (35-33) begin a 15-game, AL East home stand, and their first opponent happens to be the division leading Toronto Blue Jays (41-30). The Blue Jays will be sending rookie Marcus Stroman to the hill to face Yankees ace Masahiro Tanaka. Here is all you need to know about the two […]

Yankees: 10 facts you are going to hate

Here are 10 facts about the New York Yankees that are not pretty, but with the way they are playing what do you expect. Last night when the A’s beat the Yankees in 10 innings, 5-2 it marked the first time the Bronx Bombers have lost 3 games in 3 days to 3 different teams […]

Yankees: Are you having April and May offensive déjà vu too?

The New York Yankees took the rubber match last night, beating the St. Louis Cardinals, 7-4 in nine innings. This series win also marks the end of May for the Yankees, who are amid a much-needed day off before they start a 17 straight games in row. The 2014 Yankees finish the first two months […]

Yankees bats need to stop slumping to start winning

There is no denying it; the New York Yankees are not a good team right now. True, the Yankees did beat the Cubs, 4-2 in the second game yesterday afternoon. And yes, it did take 13-innings to accomplish, but it doesn’t get better for fans than when their team shows some fight. In all honesty, […]

Yankees: Injuries, schedule, winning

Following winning two of three games vs. the Pirates over the weekend, the New York Yankees are back atop the AL East with a pitiful 23-20 record. It is no big secret that the eternally dominant AL East has alarmingly turned into the weakest division in baseball. (All stats courtesy of baseball-reference.com and MLB.com) And unlike […]