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Yankees Hot Stove: Gardner, Granderson, Ichiro and Swisher

 What will the New York Yankees outfield look like next season? For starters, CF Curtis Granderson and LF Brett Gardner will be back. The Yankees picked up Grandy’s 2013 option and Gardner is under team control till 2015 but is arbitration eligible. So that leaves GM Brain Cashman with a need in right field and a […]

Pretend you are Yankees GM Brian Cashman who would you keep

Can you pretend you are Yankees GM Brian Cashmanfor a second?  Ok not literally, but say you had his job and you were just named the new GM for the New York Yankees. And your first order of business is deciding is deciding who gets to live another day in pinstripes, and who will get […]

First order of Yankees off-season: Who to keep and who to toss

The New York Yankees are now focused on the 2013 season, and GM Brian Cashman has a ton of work to do this off-season. Like every other GM, Cashman’s goal is to put a World Series caliber team on the field but the pressure he is under is much greater, as this franchise and its […]

Yankees cannot beat anybody

Once again the New York Yankees couldn’t muster up enough at the plate to score two runs, which handed them their third lose at the hands of the Detroit Tigers, 2-1. It was a game the Yankees could have easily won, as once again pitchers were phenomenal for New York and if the bats could […]

Yankees battle continues on Yawkey Way

The New York Yankees are in Boston today to start a three game set at Fenway Park vs. the Red Sox. It feels like ions ago when the above statement would electrify baseball fans everywhere but sadly one of greatest rivalry in sports got wrecked right on Yawkey Way when the Red Sox had a […]

Yankees Ichiro and Kuroda bring Japanese pride to the Bronx

Usually admitting when you are wrong can sometimes be a good thing, and I was wrong about Ichiro Suzuki. When the Yankees announced that they had traded for the Mariners biggest star outfielder, I did not think that it was a great idea. I had figured that helping the lull in ticket sales at Yankee […]