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Yankees: Brooms, Bronx and Blue Jays

The New York Yankees swept the Toronto Blue Jays right out of the Bronx. It was the best outcome that honestly, I didn’t think the Yankees had in them but they proved me wrong. Beating the AL East leading Blue Jays in three games cut the Yankees deficit to just a game and a half […]

Yankees: What do you think? Because I do not know.

Even after beating the Seattle Mariners last night 3-2, the New York Yankees are not a good team. Heading into the season, I was looking forward to getting the good old days when watching a Yankees game was not a chore. After going 85-77 and missing the post season last year, Yankees ownership (aka. Hal […]

Yankees: Do you want Kendry Morales to come to the Bronx?

I hate to say it, but I told you so but…. I surely wasn’t alone, as many agreed that the New York Yankees were making a mistake by not to acquiring a practical back up for first baseman Mark Teixeira. Tex missed all of last year after he tore the ECU sheath in his right […]

Yankees: Almost forgot about Phil Hughes

Pitcher Phil Hughes is back in the Bronx, as he will be taking the hill for the first time not in New York Yankees pinstripes but as part of the Minnesota Twins rotation. With so many new additions to the Yankees, and no Mark Teixeira in the lineup due to his bum wrist, again it […]

Yankees: Who are you because I do not know

Margret Thatcher once said, “Of course it’s the same old story. Truth usually is the same old story.” Don’t you think this sums the 2014 New York Yankees up in a nutshell? Speaking as a fan, what I find most frustrating about this Yankees team is no one knows who they are because they don’t […]

Yankees: Injuries, schedule, winning

Following winning two of three games vs. the Pirates over the weekend, the New York Yankees are back atop the AL East with a pitiful 23-20 record. It is no big secret that the eternally dominant AL East has alarmingly turned into the weakest division in baseball. (All stats courtesy of baseball-reference.com and MLB.com) And unlike […]