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 […]
OPENING DAY WAS A GEM…. It was another Opening Day for the books at Yankee Stadium, as fans got to welcome the players, say goodbye to a legend and watch the Bombers beat the Angels 5-0. After a terrible first start against the Rays, pitcher Hiroki Kuroda took to the hill and he was brilliant. […]
The Yankees finally are back in New York after a road trip where they both got and did some sweeping. After starting the season losing three games to the Rays, the Yankees went into Baltimore and did the opposite against the Orioles. Two of the three wins went into extra innings, but the Yankees battled […]
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim had a rough last two seasons that were injury riddled and ended with no playoff berths in either. After coming in third in the AL West in 2010 with an 80-82 record, 2011 did not prove much better as the Angels only won five more games; landing them 10 […]
This Sunday, pitchers and catchers report to 2012 Spring Training, and like most baseball fans, I feel like a kid on the night before Christmas. The New York Yankees might not be able to top the Lin-sanity going on at Madison Square Garden, but you’d be hard pressed to find anything that could. Still, one […]
Since six-time Gold Glover Eric Chavez seems to be AWOL, at least on the New York Yankees radar, GM Brian Cashman is up to his old tricks and I don’t mean off the field. Once again Cashman is handing out minor league deals and 2012 Spring Training invites, and the latest recipient, according to the […]
I guess it is so far so good for New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman, as he crossed a lot of things off his 2012 off-season not-to-do-list at the Winter Meetings this past week.