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Yankees: Hughes vs. Huff

Finally, after the New York Yankees 6-4 win over the White Sox yesterday, skipper Joe Girardi officially demoted pitcher Phil Hughes from the rotation to the bullpen. Even though Hughes gave Girardi no other choice, but to demote him, I want to be clear that he is not the only starter who has failed to live […]

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: Same old Hughes excuses

Who else wants to see New York Yankees David Phelps in the starting rotation?  After watching Phelps come and stop Phil Hughes from completely embarrassing himself against the Baltimore Orioles, I certainly do. The excuses for Hughes poor performance made by YES Network’s Michael Kay and  Paul O’Neil during the game were annoying but completely legitimate. […]

Yankees: Can We Really Trust Ivan Nova?

New York Yankees pitcher Ivan Nova is the real deal. At least that is what everybody initially thought of him. When Nova hit the major league level back in 2010, he showed some promise. Pitching just 42 innings in total, he went 1-2 with a 4.50 ERA. It was a small sample size where he […]

Yankees: Do you think not starting Phelps is Hughes mistake?

The New York Yankees lost the first of three games today vs. the Detroit Tigers this afternoon, 8-3 making them 1-3 on the season. I think I speak for many Yankees fans when saying playing in Comerica Park brought back nightmares of the last two postseasons. Ivan Nova really struggled as the Tiger bats ran up […]

Yankees: Girardi, Phelps and Ibanez

The New York Yankees went into to last night with a one-run lead over the Baltimore Orioles in the AL East. The Yankees fought hard vs. a more complete Red Sox. And after 12-innings, the Bronx Bombers won, in walk-off fashion, 4-3. And Yankee fans owe a lot of that win to the moves made […]