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Yankees cannot afford a Hughes problem again

Don’t you hate it when you are right?  What about when you are over and over again? Well, once again, I will state that in this situation I would have happily accepted being wrong about Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes ability. But enough is enough. I have been ripped to shreds for my so-called ‘obsession’ with […]

Yankees: Are the Bronx Bombers coming in hot or not?

The New York Yankees have been postseason staples since 1996, missing October only once in 2008. This season could mark a second time there is no baseball in the Bronx past September unless the Yankees start winning games. Since 2008, only four teams have made the playoffs winning less than 90 games and not one […]

Yankees: Midseason report card

The All-Star break is finally here, and it could not have come any sooner. After witnessing a weekend where the New York Yankees lost their first series to the Minnesota Twins since 2001 put the icing on the cake of what has been a grueling first half. Starting out the season sans Derek Jeter, Curtis […]

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: Hughes saw the Puig show

I was supposed to see Hiroki Kuroda pitch last night vs. the LA Dodgers, but thanks to Mother Nature I had to endure another Phil Hughes catastrophe. After Tuesday night’s game got bumped making Wednesday a doubleheader, the older of the two starting pitchers traditionally picks the game he wants to start in. Kuroda picked […]

Yankees: Hughes you stink again

The New York Yankees sent Phil Hughes to the mound last night with high hopes that they could win for a second night vs. the Boston Red Sox. But after two walks, seven strikeouts and five earned runs over, he got yanked in the middle of the fourth innings. Four of those runs came off […]