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Yankees Hot Stove: Kudos on Kuroda signing

Phew…was my reaction when I read the news via ESPN’s Buster Olney that the New York Yankees had re-signed starting pitcher Hiroki Kuroda to a one-year, $15 million deal for 2013. Kuroda was the Yankees best pitcher in 2012, posting a 16-11 record, with a 3.32 ERA over a career high of 219.2 innings pitched. In 33 […]

Pretend you are Yankees GM Brian Cashman who would you keep

Can you pretend you are Yankees GM Brian Cashmanfor a second?  Ok not literally, but say you had his job and you were just named the new GM for the New York Yankees. And your first order of business is deciding is deciding who gets to live another day in pinstripes, and who will get […]

Yankees Labor Day Weekend review

What did I learn watching the New York Yankees over Labor Day Weekend? The GOOD: 1 – Robertson to Soriano combo are still consistently solid as set-up and closer. 2 – According to the NY Post, A-rod should be back today; ESPN reported that Southpaw Andy Pettitte threw a 35-pitch bullpen over the weekend and […]

New York Yankees: ESPN voted Derek Jeter not an MVP do you agree

Instead of mulling over the New York Yankees many troubles, which are still very real even after their 3-2 win over the Royals last night, I found anot her subject to focus my irritations on. And that would be non-other then the MLB award watch 2012 on ESPN.com, specifically the AL MVP.ESPN decided to vote on […]

New York Yankees: Gardner going to doctor today

ESPN New York reported that New York Yankees speedster Brett Gardnerwould have his right elbow examined by doctors following the 1pm rubber match vs. the Cincinnati Reds today. Gardner has rehabbd his elbow and said: “If I could start swinging here in the next couple of days, I’ll be ready by next weekend for sure.” The […]

Why the Yankees were supposed to lose to Twins

As I was throwing out papers today, I came across the reasons the Yankees were doomed to lose the first game of their series against the Twins. The notes were a mess; as I had written them late on Sunday night but my reasoning actually turned out to be pretty accurate so I thought why […]