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Yankees: You choose the fifth starter competition winner

Jorge Castillo of The Star-Ledger reported that this coming Tuesday, New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi will announce the winner of the fifth-starter competition. This seemingly annual contest is having its most exciting and competitive Spring Training in years. As David Phelps, Michael Pineda, Vidal Nuno, and Adam Warren have each made a good case […]

Should Yankees worry about Andy Pettitte?

With all the hoopla around the New York Yankees pitching, the one bright light fans are awaiting is the return of Andy Pettitte. Pettitte is one of the original ‘Core Four’ who decided to un-retire after leaving baseball and New York at the end of the 2010 season. Now with Michael Pineda out for the […]

New York Yankees: What would you do if you were Girardi and Rothschild

The New York Yankees have CC Sabathia, Hiroki Kuroda, Michael Pineda, Ivan Nova, Phil Hughes, Freddy Garcia and now Andy Pettitte, which leaves them with the same problem that trading AJ Burnett was supposed to solve, seven starters for five rotation spots. It is tough to complain about being overloaded with starting pitching especially after the Yankees had the opposite issue last spring, but it will be […]

New York Yankees: Andy Pettitte you missed us too much

As I was sitting down to watch the Yankees host the Washington Nationals today, the YES networkboys dropped a bomb. That pitcher Andy Pettitte has un-retired and had signed a minor league, 1-year, 2.5 million deal with a plan to return to the Bronx again. It was said that Pettitte is allowed to take all […]

New York Yankees: Who to watch this spring

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 […]

New York Yankees: Falling Asleep Watching The Red Sox Sweep

Getting swept is not fun for any team that. Doing it at your home ballpark, in front of your fans makes it sting a lot more. Add the above to the culprits are your team’s biggest rivals, and what is even worse…this is not the first time, but the second time it has happened in […]