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 [...]
It is no big secret that something is wrong with Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez. Many Yankee fans are convinced that because A-rod hit four hard balls in last night’s 6-1 win over the Blue Jays that he is primed to get hot but I am not so convinced this is a baseball issue. Think about [...]
The New York Yankees lost in Toronto for the second night in a row 4-1; and once again it was at the hand of the dead bats who left a total of 16 runners on base in both defeats. The line-up couldn’t muster up anything to give Phil Hughes‘ a win after solid outing where he only [...]
Watching the New York Yankees lose 8-1 to the Toronto Blue Jays last night has been no different from the other eight losses Yankee fans have had to endure this May.
Brain Lewis of the New York Post reports that a bruised left-hand was the reason New York Yankees second-baseman Robinson Cano left the game in the eighth inning. The Yankees had Cano get x-rays and they came back fine. Cano is listed as day-to-day, which has Yankee fans on high alert, as Cano is one [...]
What baseball fan doesn’t love the extra inning, walk-off win? Maybe the fans whose team didn’t win and get to witness their favorite players partake in baseball’s version of a mosh-pit of joy. Well, last night that was my life, but ten times worse, as the New York Yankees lost in the 10th inning to [...]
After losing the first game 2-3, the New York Yankees need to win Tuesday night against the Blue Jays at Rogers Center. The Tampa Bay Rays have caught up to tie in the standings, and the Boston Red Sox are still very much alive. Translation…. inter-division games can kill a team’s chances for playoff berth, [...]