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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: Not Pineda’s Pine Tar Gate

The dazzling performance by starter Michael Pineda that lead the Yankees to defeat the Red Sox last night 4-1, has been entirely dwarfed by pine tar. Surprise, surprise everyone from ESPN’s Baseball Tonight to the NY Daily News is focusing on the brown, gooey substance located on the inside part of Pineda’s right wrist and […]

Yankees: Only 156 games before October

Coming off a six-game road trip that felt a heck of a lot longer, the Yankees are finally back home. Realistically, it is precarious to make any conclusions based off the first week of any baseball season, but too much happened in Yankees Universe not to throw caution to the wind this time. I mean […]

Yankees: Tanaka tonight Toronto

Thank goodness the New York Yankees avoided getting swept by the Astros, as they picked up their first win winning of the 2014 season, 4-2. The Yankees might have avoided departing Houston not utterly embarrassed, but the Astros certainly humbled them by taking the series 2-1. Kudos to the Astros, as they did not play […]

2014 Yankees: What to watch on Opening Day

Tomorrow night the New York Yankees will start their 2014 season in Houston for a three game set against the Astros at Minute Maid Park. The place might be the same spot the Yankees finished up a disappointing 2013 campaign, but this team is not. Regardless, the Astros have lost 100 games the last three […]

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 […]