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Yankee Stadium was hot but Hughes was not

Starting pitcher Phil Hughes was up to his old tricks yesterday afternoon in the Yankees’ 10-5 rubber-game loss against to the Atlanta Braves. Hughes gave up four homers, six earned runs, with five strikeouts and was out of the game after just 4.1 innings pitched. In his last outing vs. the Nationals, both Hughes and the Yankee […]

New York Yankees: Are you loving David Phelps

The New York Yankeesgot there second win of the 2012 season, but it was far from pretty as leaving 12 runners on base is just not going to cut it. I could easily rant about all the Yankees missed opportunities in the 5-hour, 12-inning win vs. the Orioles but I was so impressed by someone not […]

New York Yankees Hot Stove: Hughes Problem Gets A Raise

All I thought was, what the heck were the New York Yankees thinking when ESPN New York reported that Phil Hughesgot a one-year deal, for $3.2 million, plus another quarter million in incentives just to avoid going to salary arbitration with him? I mean honestly, how much more money could an arbitrator really give Hughes? In Hughes’ first three starts in […]

Ready Freddy? New York Yankees Sign Garcia For 2012

The New York Yankees and pitcher Freddy Garcia had something to be thankful for, as the two sides agreed on a one-year, $4 million +incentives deal according to the New York Post; and confirmed via tweet by SI’s Jon Heyman. Last season, Garcia won 12-games in his first year as a Yankee; and he did […]

Congratulations 2011 MLB Rookie of the Year Award Winners

Congratulations to Tampa Bay Rays starter Jeremy Hellickson and Atlanta Braves closer Craig Kimbrel for being named the 2011 Rookies of the Year. Hellickson went 13-10 over 29 starts in his rookie season. The 24-year old righty posted a 2.95 ERA, with 117 strikeouts and pitched 189 innings total. That is no easy feat for […]

New York Yankees: Proving Age Before Beauty

Finally, the New York Yankee bats and starter AJ Burnett were in sync in Kansas City against the Royals, winning the game 7-4. Burnett racked his first win in pinstripes the month of August ever, a jinx that had run its course for all involved as he posted an 0-8 record with a 7.18 ERA […]