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Pretend you are Yankees GM Brian Cashman who would you keep

Can you pretend you are Yankees GM Brian Cashmanfor a second?  Ok not literally, but say you had his job and you were just named the new GM for the New York Yankees. And your first order of business is deciding is deciding who gets to live another day in pinstripes, and who will get […]

First order of Yankees off-season: Who to keep and who to toss

The New York Yankees are now focused on the 2013 season, and GM Brian Cashman has a ton of work to do this off-season. Like every other GM, Cashman’s goal is to put a World Series caliber team on the field but the pressure he is under is much greater, as this franchise and its […]

Yankees: Camden Yard, LOB and Ray Lewis

Taking the train down to Baltimore, MD to watch the Yankees in ALDS Game 2 in enemy territory, I was hoping to see New York win; or at the very least not watch them hand a game, 3-2, to the Orioles. Ahh…but it was the same old for the Yankees, who stranded 11 runners on base, […]

Yankees: Season of adversity

While the New York Yankees are on a three-day break before the ALDS this Sunday night at 8:30pm EST, I thought it was the perfect time to reminisce a little before the real season begins. So here it is…. Adversity is a state, condition, or instance of serious or continued difficulty or adverse fortune. And that […]

Yankees: Hugh for Hughes

New York Yankees loss + Baltimore Orioles win = AL East first-place tie. Yesterdays, 3-2, loss vs. the Blue Jays was the same old song of stranding runners on base and not doing anything to different to change things. The power hitting Yankees need to get back to hitting homers ASAP, as there are only four games left […]

New York Yankees: Same old Andy

Welcome back Andy Pettitte! The New York Yankees southpaw made his first start, up the Bronx since breaking his leg back on June 27th, and did exactly what everyone had hoped, win. Pettitte hurled five scoreless innings, giving up four hits with three strikeouts, leading his Yankees in a 4-2 win in the daytime opener […]