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Yankees: Who do you think is April’s MVP

The New York Yankees continue to grind up wins, as they beat the Blue Jays in the Bronx last night with a score of 5-3. Hiroki Kuroda was on the bump and struggled out of the gate, as he gave up two homers, which lead to three runs on the board from the get-go. Kuroda still managed to throw […]

New York Yankees: Exit Sandman

The New York Post and ESPN.com reported that tomorrow the greatest closer to ever played the game, New York Yankees Mariano Rivera will officially announce that he is hanging up his glove at the end of this 2013 season. Joel Sherman of the NY Post learned that Rivera had had recently asked to speak privately […]

Yankees: Stats of the new Bronx Bombers

With Spring Training under way, I started looking at the stats of the players signed by the New York Yankees during the off-season more closely, and figured I would share them. The table does include Andy Pettitte, Hiroki Kuroda, Ichiro Suzuki and Mariano Rivera, who technically are not new to the Bombers, but were free […]

New York Yankees: What is wrong with the farm system?

What is wrong with the New York Yankees farm system?  I will get right to the point. As of today, the state of the Yankees farm system is actually irrelevant. And here is why. REASON ONE: Fact is it does not house the talent to immediate help the team in 2013. Too many of the […]

2013 New York Yankees: 4 things you need to watch for

Baseball is back, as pitchers and catchers are officially reporting to their team’s respective Spring Training facility in either Arizona or Florida. The New York Yankees spring home is in Tampa, Florida and the normally anticipated media circus that comes with life in the pinstripes should be at an all time high. Why? There are […]

New York Yankees: Shallow Hal

Finally, Yankee Universe gets confirmation that team owner Hal Steinbrenner is alive. Hal discussed the current state of the Yankees with New York Post’s Ken Davidoff down in Arizona at the annual MLB owners meetings last week. Everyone under the sun knows that Hal is a “numbers” guy and has made it clear that he […]