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Archive of posts tagged Ichiro Suzuki

Yankees: Keeping Curtis in the Bronx is Grandy idea

If the sentiments of New York Yankees inherited owner Hal Steinbrenner are true about his first priority is to field a championship caliber ball club in 2014; than GM Brian Cashman has a lot of work to do. The list of issues and foreseeable problems facing the Yankees are plentiful. But one particular player current […]

Yankees: Hughes saw the Puig show

I was supposed to see Hiroki Kuroda pitch last night vs. the LA Dodgers, but thanks to Mother Nature I had to endure another Phil Hughes catastrophe. After Tuesday night’s game got bumped making Wednesday a doubleheader, the older of the two starting pitchers traditionally picks the game he wants to start in. Kuroda picked […]

Yankees: Granderson is back so who do you think goes?

The first of the New York Yankees walking wounded super stars, OF Curtis Granderson returns tonight in the Bronx vs. the Seattle Mariners. So far this season, the outfield has been occupied with Vernon Wells in left; Brett Gardner in center; and Ichiro Suzuki in right. That means someone has to go to make room for the […]

New York Yankees: 2013 Opening Day Official Line-up

Here is the New York Yankees Opening Day Line-up courtesy of WFAN Sweeny Murti tweet: Opening Day lineup. pic.twitter.com/BWSonD8XYk — Sweeny Murti (@YankeesWFAN) April 1, 2013 What do you think of this line-up?

New York Yankees: 2013 Projected Batting Order

MLB.com released the New York Yankees projected batting order for the 2013 season. Before I give you my thoughts, here it is: 1. CF: Brett Gardner 2. RF: Ichiro Suzuki 3. 2B: Robinson Cano 4. 1B: Kevin Youkilis 5. DH: Ben Francisco 6. LF: Vernon Wells 7. SS: Eduardo Nunez 8. 3B: Jayson Nix 9. […]

New York Yankees: 2013 season predictions

How do you predict the New York Yankees will fare in 2013? For years the Yankees were everybody’s perennial favorites to win the AL East, but now no one knows whether this team can even make the post season. No doubt the Yankees are old and injured, which does not breed confidence. No new super […]