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Yankees Hot Stove: Pettitte waiting to see what Yankees do

The New York Yankees are all too familiar with this scenario that reportedly be decided by sometime next week according to the New York Daily News and also verified via a CBS Jon Heyman tweet. [tweet https://twitter.com/JonHeymanCBS/status/271692445069213696] And it is waiting for southpaw Andy Pettitte to decide whether he is coming back for another season in pinstripes? Or not? Personally, […]

Yankees have to beat teams not from Seattle

The New York Yankees took two of three games from the Seattle Mariners in the Bronx over the weekend; and now are just three games deep into a 20-game stretch as they are now in Detroit to face the Tigers for a four game set. The Yankees head into Comerica Park maintaining a 6.5-game lead in the AL East […]

Yankees are wounded wimpy losers

Winning can be the best retaliation but doing nothing and losing is just not something that can be ignored. I thought the New York Yankees understood this but obviously not after witnessing yesterday’s 4-2, loss to the Seattle Mariners. The Yankees did nada but after three key batters got plunked (along with an Ibanez dusting) […]

Yankees trading for Ichiro Suzuki is alarming

I learned of the Ichiro Suzuki trade made by the New York Yankees from my Starbucksguy who informed me as he was making my double, tall skim latte. At first, I accused the poor guy of lying and actually said, “that is not even funny.” Well that explains why he wasn’t laughing. Honestly, I am […]

2012 MLB Power Rankings – Week 15

The Oakland Athletics and Baltimore Oriolesare both at a crossroad because finally both teams are winning almost enough to be contenders, which is unfamiliar territory for both clubs recently. So, do the O’s and A’s make big splashes before the July 31st trade deadline, and risk depleting their farm systems if they miss the playoffs? […]

New York Yankees: Why I hope you lose again tonight in Toronto

Watching the New York Yankees lose 8-1 to the Toronto Blue Jays last night has been no different from the other eight losses Yankee fans have had to endure this May. Hiroki Kuroda stunk, as he gave up three homers, seven earned runs in five innings pitched but that didn’t really bother me. Would I have liked to see […]