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Yankees Hot Stove: Ichiro Suzuki

The New York Yankees signed 39-year old outfielder Ichiro Suzuki to a two-year deal somewhere between the $12-$13 million range. Ichiro was great for the Yankees last year, as he was traded over mid-season from the Mariners and was the only semi-productive player during the 2012 postseason. Many fans, including myself, are puzzled as to […]

First order of Yankees off-season: Who to keep and who to toss

The New York Yankees are now focused on the 2013 season, and GM Brian Cashman has a ton of work to do this off-season. Like every other GM, Cashman’s goal is to put a World Series caliber team on the field but the pressure he is under is much greater, as this franchise and its […]

ALCS Game 4: Mother Nature wants Yankees to rethink starting Arod

Last night’s postponement due to rain in Detroit makes ALCS Game 4 a day later. And thanks to Mother Nature, it also means the New York Yankees cannot pitch their ace CC Sabathia if needed in ALCS Game 7, which reaching is a pipe dream anyway. But the weather does give the Yankees time to […]

Yankees are wounded wimpy losers

Winning can be the best retaliation but doing nothing and losing is just not something that can be ignored. I thought the New York Yankees understood this but obviously not after witnessing yesterday’s 4-2, loss to the Seattle Mariners. The Yankees did nada but after three key batters got plunked (along with an Ibanez dusting) […]

Yankee fans cannot blame Alex Rodriguez

The New York Yankees were looking to sweep the LA Angels yesterday, but after a hard fought game the Halos beat the Bombers 10-8. Of course the game went down to the last out, as the Yankees had the bases loaded and Alex Rodriguez couldn’t get the job as he popped up for the final […]

New York Yankees: Injury setbacks continue

The New York Yankees, like the other 29 MLB teams, are not devoid of injuries but the Bombers are definitely one of the harder hit clubs so far in 2012. There was some good news on the way, as both outfielders Brett Gardner and utility man Eric Chavez looked to be close to returning to […]