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You, Me And Yankees Hot Stove: Cashman’s to do list

Baseball’s Hot Stove is officially about to start, and with all the question marks the New York Yankees will be headlining the show this off-season. After having to endure the Boston Red Sox winning the 2013 World Series, Yankee fans are anticipating that inherited owner Hal Steinbrenner will be filling all the team’s holes with […]

Yankees: Casualties for arrival of Pineda

The good news is Michael Pineda looks to be debuting in the Bronx shortly. Great stories across Minors last night. @Yankees Michael Pineda showing old form for @TrentonThunder was one of them: http://t.co/N42RDIkTjv — MiLB.com (@MiLB) June 26, 2013 The bad news is his return leaves the Yankees in a bit of a pickle. Skipper […]

Yankees: The real truth about Mariano Rivera returning

According to the NY Times, this past Saturday New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman confirmed that star closer Mariano Riverawill return in 2013; it will be the 43-year olds 19th season in pinstripes. I heard the news yesterday via the back cover of the NY Post, and my initial response was not what it would have been […]

New York Yankees: Please don’t ruin Phelps too

Does anyone else find Yankees pitching prospect David Phelps’ story eerily familiar? Getting tossed around like a rag doll between the rotation, bullpen and minors all season. Not be allotted the chance to settle into a roll. Pre-set pitching/innings limit. Getting stretched multiple times as a starter. Excuse me, as the above is not supposed to be a history lesson on Joba Chamberlain and Phil […]

Yankees are out of Phil Hughes excuses

New York Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes made his second start yesterday afternoon against Los Angeles Angels, and ex-Ranger CJ Wilson. And Hughes preformed exactly how I thought he would, terribly. I have received endless criticism from LLP readers about my harsh stance on Hughes not having the stuff to be a starter; and that his […]

New York Yankees: My never read theory about Michael Pineda

I wrote this post almost two weeks ago and never published it because when I read it to a friend and my father they both said I was being oversensitive about my theory of what could happen to Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda. So, I wimped out. And now look what happened…last time I don’t listen to my gut because I totally […]