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Yankees: Granderson is back so who do you think goes?

The first of the New York Yankees walking wounded super stars, OF Curtis Granderson returns tonight in the Bronx vs. the Seattle Mariners. So far this season, the outfield has been occupied with Vernon Wells in left; Brett Gardner in center; and Ichiro Suzuki in right. That means someone has to go to make room for the […]

Yankees: You are about to be exposed

After watching the New York Yankees lose the rubber match down in Tampa 3-0, I started to panic. The game was painful but quick as clear by the zero runs scored. Rays starter Alex Cobb whiffed the Yankee hitters, as he didn’t allow a base runner to reach third over his 8 1/3 innings pitching. […]

Yankees: 3 reasons to start falling in like with this team

Are the New York Yankees playing good baseball?  Yes, but is it too premature into the 2013 season to judge? Maybe but aren’t the Yankees making it darn hard not feel confident about this team right now? Here are three reasons why this makeshift team is one I am really starting to fall in like […]

Yankees: CC saved today but what about tomorrow

CC Sabathia came up HUGE for the New York Yankees, throwing a seven-inning shutout before handing the ball to the tandem of David Robertson and Mariano Rivera. Sabathia’s performance, along with the Yankees bats lead to a 7-0 beat down of the Detroit Tigers who had their ace Justin Verlander on the hill. This marked […]

New York Yankees: Top 3 non-baseball reasons Opening Day was awful

I hate to admit this, but 2013 Opening Day at Yankee Stadium was awful. Forget the 8-2 loss to the Red Sox, and that the Yankees could not muster up a hit after the fifth inning. The only smart thing I did yesterday was exit the game early with the rest of the Stadium because […]

2013 New York Yankees: TBD

Who are the 2013 New York Yankees?  That is the general question I try to answer anytime I write a team’s preview. The preview itself is my attempt to forecast the outcome of the upcoming 162-game season. Regardless of whom I am previewing there will always be questions that only time can answer. No team […]