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- Scaring Boston Red Sox fans into cursing themselves. Continue reading ‘10 Reasons The Yankees Will Keep On Rolling’ »
At Yankee Stadium, tolerance for the Hater-Fans is low. They are crass, loud, annoying, distracting individuals who’s loyalties are always in question.
Vazquez makes his third start on Tuesday against the Oakland A’s, and he needs to be solid. Vazquez is across the country, miles away from the Yankee Hater-Fan negativity and distraction.
Other Yankee Fans have high hopes that the separation works in his favor.
So what are the Hater-Fans going to do if Vazquez is successful during this road trip? Continue reading ‘Javier Vazquez: Top 3 New Targets For Yankee Hater-Fans’ »
The New York Yankees won their fifth straight series, sweeping a zombie-looking Texas Rangers in the Bronx this past weekend.
Whoever said Andy Pettitte had seen his best pitching days is eating their words right now.
After a rather frazzled third inning, allowing two Texas runs to score, Pettitte went on to retire 17 of 19 Ranger bats.
Pettitte is physically not having some resurgence of power, he is just pitching smarter. His experience is immeasurable, and the best example was his former teammate Mike Mussina. Continue reading ‘These Champs Are Not Chumps’ »
Curtis Granderson’s off-the-field work got honored Friday night before the first of a three game set against the Rangers.
Voted on by players, the Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award is given to a player who has displayed excellence both on and off the field. Granderson joins the likes of John Smoltz, Jim Thorne, Albert Puljos who have also received this honor. Getting recognized by your peers who you work with day in and day out, certainly says something and is quite an honor.
Congratulations to Curtis Granderson!
Friday’s 5-1,and today’s 7-3 wins against the Texas Rangers are the fourth series in a row for the Bombers who are hot out of the gate.
The Yankees pitchi ng by CC Sabathia and AJ Burnett dominated a Rangers line-up that includes Josh Hamilton and Michael Young. The Rangers are without their leadoff stocky bat, second baseman Ian Kinsler, who is out with a right ankle sprain.
On a cold and rainy Friday night, CC struck out nine hitters in six innings continuing his dominance off an almost no-hitter in Tampa.
AJ kept the movement going today pitching threw seven innings and not allowing a run to score, and picking up his second win of the season.
Other Yankee milestones took charge today, as Arod hit his first homer of the season making his lifetime total 584 and moving him into eighth of all-time passing Mark McGuire in the record books.
Catcher Jorge Posada had his 1500th hit in pinstripes in the third inning. A milestone, to say the least.
The start of the 2010 season could not be going better for the defending champions.
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The Yankees, had their third game against the Angels, all players around the majors were wearing #42 honoring Jackie Robinson, who was the first African-American to play professional baseball. Robinson is still the meaning of courage, and a well deserving annual tradition in MLB.
It was a chilly Thursday night in the Bronx, but the Bombers wrapped up their third series win, beating the Halos 6-2 and 2-1 in games.
To be perfectly honest, the point that Phil Hughes was starting on the mound was not particularly comforting. It had less to do regarding Hughes’s technique, and it is more about his potential to utilize it.
Why the fear? Continue reading ‘Who Knew Hughes Knew What To Do’ »