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Yankees: Bronx Bombers stink

Hey, guess what happened up at Yankee Stadium last night? If your answer were the Yankees offense was stale once again, which wasted another picturesque pitching performance this time featuring Hiroki Kuroda, you would be correct. The Yankees bats mustered up one run against the Tampa Bay Rays, who only scored two in total but […]

Yankees: See what happened to Brian McCann’s fingers

WARNING THIS IS KIND OF GROSS!! When: Sunday, April 13, 2014 Where: Yankees Stadium Bronx, NY What: During the Yankees, 3-2 win over the Red Sox, catcher Brian McCann fingers got hit by a tipped ball of AJ Pierzynski‘s bat. This is a close-up video of the ball hitting his fingers.

Yankees: 7 situations you want to see work

The hype surrounding New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter’s last season has generated a lot of emotions amid the sports world. But as this resonates within Yankees Universe, the fans I have spoken believe that sending Jeter out on top is already preordained in baseball history. As perfect an ending that World Series Champ would […]

Yankees: Do you know this isn’t your 2009 Bronx Bombers?

“It’s about winning the summer. It’s not about winning the winter. That’s what we’re going to try to do again.” Those are the words that Boston Red Sox Johnny Gomes told the Boston Globe when asked what he thought of the New York Yankees off-season spending spree. And the reigning champ could not have said […]

Yankees Hot Stove: 2014 batting line-up thus far

With the Winter Meetings wrapped up and the official welcoming of Jacoby Ellsbury to the pinstripes today, the state of the 2014 New York Yankees is rounding out. The pitching is still uncertain, as both the starting rotation and bullpen have holes that need to be filled, while the batting order looks closer to complete. […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Adios Cano. Bienvenido Beltran.

The New York Yankees response to losing Robinson Cano, who accepted a 10-year, $240 million to be a Seattle Mariner, was to go out and sign All-Star, veteran Carlos Beltran. The Yankees inked the 36-year old switch-hitting, outfielder to a three season, $45 million deal. No doubt Beltran brings a power bat to the line-up. As over […]