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New York Yankees: Wilson vs. Hughes

KURODA vs. SANTANA compared to WILSON vs. HUGHES: If you looked at Kuroda and Santana’s career stats vs. the active hitters prior to yesterday’s game, the Yankee win was already a lock. Not taking anything away from Kuroda, but no one foreseen a less than an inning away from a complete game performance considering his […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Texas Rangers

Down in Arlington, Texas the last two years have proven to be optimistic yet frustrating. Last season marked the Rangers second consecutive, yet unsuccessful trip to the World Series. The franchise had never gotten past the ALDS before 2010, so winning two consecutive American League pennants in their first two visits means it is no fluke and that this team […]

New York Yankees Hot Stove: How To Be Insanely Sane By Doing Nothing

Since winning the 2009 World Series, the New York Yankees have been desperately trying to add a legitimate starting pitcher to the rotation, unsuccessfully. THROWING A HAIL MARY: As defending champs heading into 2010 season, GM Brian Cashman’s solution was Javier Vazquez, again, which irritated Yankee fans to no avail, again. No need to chat […]

New York Yankees Hot Stove: What Hot Stove?

The silence of this off-season is starting to go from calm to eerie, as the New York Yankees have hardly budged. Other than giving ace CC Sabathia a new contract, almost too efficiently, and inking pitcher Freddy Garcia for another go, nothing has changed. The necessity for another starting pitcher, as well as another lefty for […]

New York Yankees Hot Stove: Red Sox Been Caught Stealing

The 2011 Winter Meetings are officially underway down in Dallas, Texas and New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman has yet to make any noise. The Yankees have not been shy about being quiet, and look to stay that way because the team is already pretty good. Not that the Yankees are devoid of need, but […]

New York Yankees Hot Stove: 7 Reasons For My New Edwin Jackson Attitude

Last February, knowing the New York Yankees had lost Cliff Lee and that the Chicago White Sox were a team with a surplus of starters the talk of a trade between the two was a hot topic. The name Edwin Jackson started popping-up and I was adamantly against the idea, as stated in my Four […]