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New York Yankees: Finally Baseball Starts On Saturday

Baseball is about to start, as the New York Yankees will play their Spring Season opener against the Philadelphia Phillies this Saturday at Steinbrenner Field. It looks to be a nice change from all the usual drama that comes with being a Yankee and playing in New York. Sometimes you forget why the team is […]

New York Yankees Fix or Fail: Top Five Questions To Be Answered

The New York Yankees have looked much better than this. Even if the Yankees’ record gets them to the playoffs, losing six of seven games is not going to cut it. It used to be the Yankees’ AL East division to lose, but now the Yankees are struggling. Questions need to be answered, and tonight […]

New York Yankees vs. Texas Rangers: Pitching Prediction for A.J. Burnett

After splitting a series 2-2 with the Boston Red Sox, the New York Yankees head down south, deep in the heart of Texas, to face the Rangers. The Rangers have been at the mercy of the Yankees for over a decade, and this season has been no different, as the Bombers swept the Rangers in […]

New York Yankees Leave It To AJ Burnett

New York Yankees leave it in the hands of AJ Burnett tonight, as a three-game sweep of the in Oakland Athletics is on the line. When pitching coach Dave Eiland‘s went AWOL most of June, Burnett was significantly affected on the mound. It was the worst month in Burnett’s career, but it also was the […]

Yankees Did Not Lose They Got Beat

I was not a devoted fan tonight. I left the New York Yankees game in the seventh inning, as the Tampa Bay Rays were up 6-2 and Boone Logan was jogging to the mound. The Yankees looked tired. This does sound like an excuse, which it completely is but it is still a fact. The […]

Finally Yankees Joba Ruled

For one moment, just forget about the New York Yankees two-game losing streak. If you missed tonight’s avoidable defeat at the hands of the Detroit Tigers, as expected Sergio Mitre did too little too late on the mound. In Mitre’s defense, he was not as terrible as last season or as Javier Vazquez has been […]