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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 […]

Yankees: Can Hughes redeem himself vs. Orioles

After finally earning my semi-endorsement, Yankees starter Phil Hughes went on to have his worst outing yet. Hughes couldn’t muster enough to get through the first inning in his last outing vs. the Mariners. He got tagged for seven earned runs in two-thirds of an inning at home before getting yanked. Kindly, whether this is […]

Yankees: I told Hughes so

Is Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes irrevocably becoming what everyone touted him to be?  After six seasons of being a source of utter frustration, it seems like Hughes has finally gotten it. And I hate to say I told you so, but I did. Countless times in the past, I have pointed out that Hughes lived […]

Yankees: Hughes can pitch who knew

It is no secret that I am always ready to pounce on New York Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes for a poor outing. Chalk it up to pure frustration as I still think Hughes has more potential that can only be found through very hard work. Regardless, I always give credit when credit is due and […]

Yankees: Hughes holds keys to sweep

The New York Yankees are looking for their first series sweep of the season after beating the Arizona Diamondbacks for the second night in a row. Following a gutsy performance by CC Sabathia, who gave up three earned runs and six hits but grinded it out eight innings, Travis Hafner was the game’s hero. With […]

Yankees: Same old Hughes excuses

Who else wants to see New York Yankees David Phelps in the starting rotation?  After watching Phelps come and stop Phil Hughes from completely embarrassing himself against the Baltimore Orioles, I certainly do. The excuses for Hughes poor performance made by YES Network’s Michael Kay and  Paul O’Neil during the game were annoying but completely legitimate. […]