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New York Yankees: Finally good news but more bad too

In retrospect the New York Yankees survived an injury-riddled week, ending on a high with a 2-1 series win against the Tigers. What happened? Well, which do you want to hear first? Kidding her is the bad news first, followed by the better or most improved news…. A WEEK FROM HELL: The New York Yankees […]

New York Yankees: Garcia and Hughes nightmare continues

Following his last disastrous start, New York Yankees pitcher Freddy Garciahad another horrendous outing; as he gave up six earned runs in less than two innings to the Detroit Tigers, who eventually won the second game of this three game set, 7-5. Once again skipper Joe Girardi had to go to the bullpen in the […]

New York Yankees: 2 possibilities to fix Hughes issue

With the news that prize acquisition Michael Pineda might never see the lights in Yankee Stadium from the pitcher’s mound, at least not this season, does leave the team in a bit of a pickle. Less than a week ago, Pineda was still going to play a big part in the 2012 season. Personally knowing […]

Yankees Universe trumps Red Sox Nation

DON’T MESS WITH TEX… What started out as a Yankees blowout in Fenway Park, ended in New York win. Starting pitcher Freddy Garcia was worse than horrible, as he even made Phil Hughes look good. The Red Sox feasted on Garcia’s inability to pitch. Boston had a 9-0 lead come the 5th inning and things […]

New York Yankees: 2012 Pitching Rotation Is All Set

New York Yankees skipper Joe Girardi and pitching coach Larry Rothschild’s decision about the starting rotation got made for them last night. There were six pitchers for five spots, but with the now confirmed news that Michael Pineda does have shoulder tendentious, the heated competition will pause for a moment until Andy Pettitte decides he […]

The New York Yankees infatuation with Phil Hughes

Two days ago, Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News claimed that New York Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes has captured a spot in the rotation and I have pondered over this ever since. At the start of Spring Training the impression was that CC Sabathia and Hiroki Kuroda were the only two with confirmed spots in […]