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Yankees: What song do you want David Robertson to enter too?

With Spring Training right around the corner, baseball fanatics, like myself, tend to over-analyze possibilities for the forthcoming season. Last night, instead of going forward I got a tad nostalgic. I found myself glued to YouTube watching videos of the newly retired New York Yankees closer Marino Rivera. From last season’s All-Star Game, the 2004 […]

Yankees Hot Stove: If you were Tanaka wouldn’t you go to the Dodgers?

Author Nicholas Sparks once wrote, “Truth only means something when it’s hard to admit.”  New York Yankees fans need to embrace the above because reality is the only time Japanese pitching phenom Masahiro Tanaka will be pitching in the Bronx is when his team is sitting in the visitor’s dugout. I hate to be the […]

New York Yankees: See ya AJ, wouldn’t want to be ya, but do want to thank ya

Ken Rosenthal of FOX SPORTS confirmed what he first tweeted, that the New York Yankees have a deal in place to trade AJ Burnettto the Pittsburgh Pirates, pending MLB Commissioner Bud Selig’s approval and passing a physical on Sunday. Well the good news for Burnett is that he doesn’t have to show his face at Yankees Camp after […]

New York Yankees vs. New York Giants

Just two days after watching the New York Giants win their second Super Bowl in four years, it is hard not to dream of the Yankees capturing a World Series title. Being on the brink of the 2012 MLB season, I got to thinking, what do the Giants have that the Yankees are missing? So, I […]

New York Yankees Hot Stove: How To Be Insanely Sane By Doing Nothing

Since winning the 2009 World Series, the New York Yankees have been desperately trying to add a legitimate starting pitcher to the rotation, unsuccessfully. THROWING A HAIL MARY: As defending champs heading into 2010 season, GM Brian Cashman’s solution was Javier Vazquez, again, which irritated Yankee fans to no avail, again. No need to chat […]

New York Yankees: Opting In Or Optioned Out

OPTING IN: Ben Nicholson-Smith at MLBTradeRumors.com has reported that New York Yankees reliever Rafael Soriano has no plans on using his contract’s opt-out clause. Not officially confirmed, according to ESPN New York, but there is no reservation that Soriano will play out the 2-years left on his contract, which earns him a $25 million paycheck. […]