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Archive of posts tagged Chien-Ming Wang

Yankees: No Wang you

I was told once that writing down your fears, and putting a name to them, would somehow make them go away or lose power.   So here it goes…. Rarely do I like to criticize a fellow baseball blogger for their opinion, but unfortunately sometimes exceptions have to be made and today I am making […]

Yankees Universe you need to read this about Wang

It doesn’t take much to impress the New York Yankees these days, as Chien-Ming Wang just proved inking a one-year minor league deal with the team. It took Wang all of 12 scoreless innings in the WBC for the Yankees to abolish his past. Wang has been injured and ineffective for years, as his last […]

Yankees: What the Wang

Do you remember the last time you saw pitcher Chien-Ming Wang wear the New York Yankees pinstripes?  It was on July 4, 2009 and Wang went five innings, gave up two runs, struck out three, walked three and hit a batter before being removed from the game. He was posted his lowest ERA of the […]

MLB Trade Rumors: Oh No Yankees Bring Back Sergio Mitre

The New York Yankees are playing some darn good baseball, posting a 17-26 record in the month of June. The Bombers just won their sixth series in a row tonight after taking the second game vs. the Milwaukee Brewers 5-2 and will go for the sweep tomorrow afternoon in the Bronx. The Brewers are one […]

DO YOU CHANGE SOMETHING THAT WINS?

Do you change something that wins? My answer is absolutely not, it would be stupid. If it ain’t broke, why break it? Why ruin a good thing? Now the Yankees are at the top of the baseball world again. They are the champs and it was done as a team. Let’s not forget that they […]

Yanks, Marlins, Braves: MLB Teams Replace Bats With Brooms

“Losing streaks are funny. If you lose at the beginning, you get off to a bad start. If you lose in the middle of the season, you’re in a slump. If you lose at the end, you’re choking.” - Gene Mauch, one of the most winning managers and at one time a player in baseball history. […]