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Yankees: Checking up on Robbie

How’s Robinson Cano don’t you want to know? Well, I certainly do and will be keeping tabs on the ex-New York Yankees, All-Star second baseman all season long and then some. The privilege of calling Cano one of my favorite Yankees might have ripped from under me, hence the Seattle Mariners uniform he will be […]

2014 Preview and Predictions: AL West

When considering the powerhouses in the East and Central, the West looks to be the weakest division in the American League in 2014. But, mediocrity does not have to lack competition, and the AL West will feature a four-team race for the division for sure. The only sure thing is the Houston Astros will firmly […]

Yankees Trade Rumors: Adios Phelps really?

According to NY Post’s George A. King III, the Seattle Mariners sent scouts to watch David Phelps. The Mariners are looking to add some starting pitching depth due to recent injuries to Hisashi Iwakuma (right middle finger) and Taijuan Walker (sore right shoulder). Iwakuma’s finger is expected to be fine in three weeks, while Walker’s […]

Yankees: The Michael Pineda project part two

As New York Yankees fans relish about the Masahiro Tanaka signing, I started thinking about the return of another pitcher, Michael Pineda. Maybe you had forgotten that Pineda was the main piece the Yankees got in return from the Seattle Mariners for Jesus Montero back in 2012. Or maybe you don’t remember seeing Pineda pitch […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Adios Cano. Bienvenido Beltran.

The New York Yankees response to losing Robinson Cano, who accepted a 10-year, $240 million to be a Seattle Mariner, was to go out and sign All-Star, veteran Carlos Beltran. The Yankees inked the 36-year old switch-hitting, outfielder to a three season, $45 million deal. No doubt Beltran brings a power bat to the line-up. As over […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Cano to Seattle is sad

The New York Yankees lost their best player today, as Robinson Cano is accepting a 10-year, $240 million deal to go play in Seattle for the Mariners. This is a sad day for everyone involved. The Yankees didn’t budge on their offer of $170 million for seven-years to keep Cano, which certainly show they cared […]