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New York Yankees: 2012 Projected Batting Order

The 2012 New York Yankees batting order is not so hard to project, which is a Godsend for skipper Joe Girardi who will already have his hands full weeding though an abundance of starting pitchers. The only real lineup issue the Yankees have is a lack of a fulltime DH, which is not an imminent need […]

New York Yankees Hot Stove: Matsui Rumors Are Not Funny For My Dad

The latest question swirling around Yankee Universe is who will fill the void at DH? Rumors are that the Bombers are interested in Johnny Damon and Carlos Pena, but have actually reached out to Hideki Matsui according to a  tweet from Jon Heyman at CBS. Matsui was the 2009 World Series MVP and was let […]

2011 MLB Team Preview: Oakland Athletics

The Oakland Athletics (A’s) biggest headline last season was when New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez took a jog over the pitching mound at The Coliseum on his way back to the visitor’s dugout, and SP Dallas Braden through a temper tantrum. The A’s finished up the 2010 season at 81-81, a vast improvement from seasons […]

New Name But Same Place For The Yankees

Matsui-land sure did not look any different for the New York Yankees tonight, as the Angels of Anaheim are clearly back from their questionably shaky start to the season.The teams are back at each others throats again, literally. In the third inning ex-Angel Mark Teixiera rounded third base like he was charging a running back […]

Hideki Matsui: Save The Best For Last

The Yankees opened up the stadium with a ring and a win. The Angels lost 7-5, but bringing Hideki Matsui was all the fans cared about. Saving the best for last, Matsui was the last player to get his ring. Appropriately so, out of respect for what he brought to the Yankees during his seven […]

Letting Godzilla Move To Matsui-land

New York Yankees DH Nick Johnson went 0-3 on Sunday, walked twice and stuck out. Up goes his OBP, and didn’t help the Yankees who lost 9-7 in Fenway Park. A day later, on the West Coast, the World Series MVP Hideki Matsui went 2-3, driving in two runs in the fifth and a solo […]