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Yankees: Me and Mark Teixeira

First off, my sincerest of apologies for my lack of posts over the last 10-days, but it is not without reason. Basically, I am on the blogging DL for at least another week as I have a sheath tear in my right wrist. It is the same arm that kept me on the blogging DL […]

Yankees: Masahiro Tanaka and Tommy John

Yankees Ivan Nova, Mets Matt Harvey, Rays Matt Moore, Diamondbacks Patrick Corbin, Braves Kris Medlen, Mets Bobby Parnell, Rangers Martin Perez, and now Yankees Masahiro Tanaka can be added to this list. The names above are just a few recent pitchers who suffered a partial ligament tear in their throwing elbow; and minus Tanaka, all […]

Yankees: Tanaka injury update

Yesterday, the New York Post broke the news that recently named AL All-Star, and New York Yankees ace Masahiro Tanaka was heading back to New York City to have an MRI on his swollen right pitching elbow. Masahiro Tanaka has been placed on the 15-day DL due to right elbow inflammation. DETAILS: http://t.co/tBbP5Fx2aE — FOX Sports: […]

Yankees: Do you want Kendry Morales to come to the Bronx?

I hate to say it, but I told you so but…. I surely wasn’t alone, as many agreed that the New York Yankees were making a mistake by not to acquiring a practical back up for first baseman Mark Teixeira. Tex missed all of last year after he tore the ECU sheath in his right […]

Yankees: Extra innings to losing Mark Teixeira

After another ruff patch, the New York Yankees seem back on track winning a third game in row, 6-4 vs. the St. Louis Cardinals, following taking the two prior to split a four-game set vs. the Chicago White Sox. Beating the Cards at Busch Stadium marked the Yankees second extra-innings win in their last six […]

Yankees: Injuries, schedule, winning

Following winning two of three games vs. the Pirates over the weekend, the New York Yankees are back atop the AL East with a pitiful 23-20 record. It is no big secret that the eternally dominant AL East has alarmingly turned into the weakest division in baseball. (All stats courtesy of baseball-reference.com and MLB.com) And unlike […]