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You, Me And Yankees Hot Stove: Cashman’s to do list

Baseball’s Hot Stove is officially about to start, and with all the question marks the New York Yankees will be headlining the show this off-season. After having to endure the Boston Red Sox winning the 2013 World Series, Yankee fans are anticipating that inherited owner Hal Steinbrenner will be filling all the team’s holes with […]

Yankees: Are the Bronx Bombers coming in hot or not?

The New York Yankees have been postseason staples since 1996, missing October only once in 2008. This season could mark a second time there is no baseball in the Bronx past September unless the Yankees start winning games. Since 2008, only four teams have made the playoffs winning less than 90 games and not one […]

Yankees: Team has no muscle literally

I hate harping on the past, especially when the situation cannot be changed, but there is always an exception. For example if you had zero input in a decision, opposed it completely and find out you were right. Like during this past off-season, when the Yankees decided not to keep catcher Russell Martin. The Yankee […]

Yankees: 4 reasons the Bronx Bombers are proving everyone wrong

Yes, we are a quarter of the way through the 2013 MLB season and to say the New York Yankees have surprised everyone is the understatement of the year. After beating the Mariners 4-3 last night, the Yankees are 25-13 on the season, which is tied for the best record in baseball with the St. […]

Yankees: A beautiful day in the Bronx but not for the Bombers

Yesterday was one of the most beautiful afternoons in New York. Even though the weather perfect, unfortunately things at Yankee Stadium were not. The Bronx Bombers not only lost the rubber match to the Oakland Athletics 5-4, the team also saw another player leave the game with another potential injury both in the same inning. […]

Yankees: Who do you think is April’s MVP

The New York Yankees continue to grind up wins, as they beat the Blue Jays in the Bronx last night with a score of 5-3. Hiroki Kuroda was on the bump and struggled out of the gate, as he gave up two homers, which lead to three runs on the board from the get-go. Kuroda still managed to throw […]