For one moment, just forget about the New York Yankees two-game losing streak. If you missed tonight’s avoidable defeat at the hands of the Detroit Tigers, as expected Sergio Mitre did too little too late on the mound. In Mitre’s defense, he was not as terrible as last season or as Javier Vazquez has been […]
Today, Javier Vazquez had his fourth start against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. It was not pretty, it was sad to watch and Vazquez could not complete four innings. Clearly, Vazquez is not himself. Is he cursed in pinstripes? Could Yankees fans have gotten in his head? The answer is irrelevant as it is […]
As the Yankees headed to Oakland, Javier Vazquez‘s completed his check-list in his third start on the mound.
At Yankee Stadium, tolerance for the Hater-Fans is low. They are crass, loud, annoying, distracting individuals who’s loyalties are always in question. Hater-Fan’s are at every and any sporting event. It is part of the experience, and you learn to ignore them; that is until it is effecting the players. For Javier Vazquez, landing back […]
Game two between the Angels and Yankees was the second start for pitcher Javier Vazquez, his first in the Bronx since 2004. Just to recap the game, Angels new pitcher Joel Pineiro literally sunk the Yankee bats for the seven innings, and the Yankees lost 5-3. Vazquez, coming off a loss against the Rays started […]
Tonight, the New York Yankees begin a three-game set at Tropicana Field against the Tampa Bay Rays. For pitcher Javier Vazquez, it is his first start of the season but, not in the pinstripes. Vazquez has to win back Yankee fans trust again, as he was the scapegoat and unfairly blamed for the 2004′s ALCS […]
As baseball season begins, all eyes are on the Yankees attempting to answer the ageless question. Are the defending champs strong enough to repeat? Let’s take a look: Line-up: The Yankees lead the league in both home-runs, with 244 and runs scored with 900 in 2009. Even with Matsui and Damon’s bats gone, the Yanks bats are still the […]