Here is the New York Yankees Opening Day Line-up courtesy of WFAN Sweeny Murti tweet: Opening Day lineup. pic.twitter.com/BWSonD8XYk — Sweeny Murti (@YankeesWFAN) April 1, 2013 What do you think of this line-up?
MLB.com released the New York Yankees projected batting order for the 2013 season. Before I give you my thoughts, here it is: 1. CF: Brett Gardner 2. RF: Ichiro Suzuki 3. 2B: Robinson Cano 4. 1B: Kevin Youkilis 5. DH: Ben Francisco 6. LF: Vernon Wells 7. SS: Eduardo Nunez 8. 3B: Jayson Nix 9. […]
The future of the New York Yankees is up in the air. Unlike the past decade, or since the infamous Core Four, the Yankee brass wants to depend on the farm system to produce the team’s future stars. The last homegrown star to come up was Brett Gardner back in 2008. Here are four of […]
What will the New York Yankees outfield look like next season? For starters, CF Curtis Granderson and LF Brett Gardner will be back. The Yankees picked up Grandy’s 2013 option and Gardner is under team control till 2015 but is arbitration eligible. So that leaves GM Brain Cashman with a need in right field and a […]
Ohhhh yes, the New York Yankees are back in first place all by their lonesome after beating the Rays 5-3, which is great news but there is more. Rumor has it, via the NY Post, that speedster Brett Gardner has run the bases and practiced bunting for the first time since his July elbow surgery. […]
The New York Yankees have been without Brett Gardner in left field all but nine games this season, and the impact could have been catastrophic but it hasn’t been. The Yankees are no doubt slower sans the speedy Gardner, as the Yankees rank 24th in steals with 50 on the season, but skipper Joe Girardi and […]
“It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” - Darwin Heading into the second-half, the New York Yankees are the best team in baseball. A 52-33 record earned the Bombers a 7-game lead in the AL East, which sounds more comfortable when in […]