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Yankees: Did the shoe just drop?

13 games. That is the number of games the 2014 New York Yankees have played. 149 games. That is the number of games the Yankees have left to play. This past weekend the Yankees took three of four from the Boston Red Sox, which leaves them sitting with a 7-6 record, and top of the […]

Yankees: Cheap bullpen exposed already

The significance of a bullpen reared its ugly head last night when the Yankees lost the rubber match between to the Orioles, 5-4. Heading into the ninth inning tied at 3-3, the Orioles took advantage by scoring a pair of runs off reliever Shawn Kelley. The Yankees attempted to answer back but only managed to […]

Yankees: Houdini to DL

All it took was one text to ruin my good mood from the New York Yankee Opening Day win against the Orioles. Like many other baseball nerds, I opt to have text message alerts when there is breaking news about Yankees. And at exactly 4:45pm this afternoon, my iPhone’s text message went beep and it […]

2014 Yankees: 3 issues you cannot forget to worry about

Yankees Universe is densely populated with fanatics that always perceive the glass as completely full, even though it isn’t. As much as I envy this kind of absolute optimism, the delusional element has turned me into a pessimist, almost to a fault, when it comes to the New York Yankees. Do I not want to […]

Yankees: Can Houdini stay healthy?

Enter David Robertson. The New York Yankees deemed heir apparent for the great Mariano Rivera in the ninth inning. No doubt a huge task to fill such big shoes, but one that D-Rob (aka Houdini) has certainly earned, as over six seasons he has been one of the best relievers in baseball. (Stats courtesy of […]

Yankees: Brett Gardner’s new deal is exception to the rule

It is a safe bet that this past weekend was one, if not the best in New York Yankees Brett Gardner baseball life. The Yankees handed the speedy outfielder a 4-year, $52 million with a 5th year club option $12.5M or $2M buyout. The deal does not have a no-trade clause so that door is […]