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Yankees Injury News: Oh not Hughes already

The first injury in New York Yankees spring training camp was reported by ESPN New York earlier today; and surprise, surprise it was pitcher Phil Hughes. He is suffering from a bulging disc in his back, which gave me déjà vu, as the Yankees despicable off-season made it easy to forget about the team’s existing […]

Yankees: Hugh for Hughes

New York Yankees loss + Baltimore Orioles win = AL East first-place tie. Yesterdays, 3-2, loss vs. the Blue Jays was the same old song of stranding runners on base and not doing anything to different to change things. The power hitting Yankees need to get back to hitting homers ASAP, as there are only four games left […]

Yankees are losing October

The Chicago White Sox swept the New York Yankees right out of the Windy City; and now all that separates the Bombers from the Tampa Bay Rays is just three-games in the AL East. There is no nice way to put it this, this was a pathetic and disgusting showing by the Yankees. The only […]

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: Hughes you are far from complete

Yesterday afternoon, in Detroit, New York Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes took the hill in the rubber match vs. Tigers ace Justin Verlander. The Yankee bats got to the reigning AL CY Young and MVP winner quickly, as Derek Jeter hit a homer off the first pitch of the game. A-rod followed with a solo shot […]

New York Yankees: Useless Hughes

It is no secret that I am not a Phil Hughes fan. Out of respect I kept my mouth shut over the last three weeks instead of pointing out the obvious that Hughes three wins were against terrible teams, and the Yankees scored 19 runs in those three games combined. In that back of my […]