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Yankees Trade Rumors: Adios Phelps really?

According to NY Post’s George A. King III, the Seattle Mariners sent scouts to watch David Phelps. The Mariners are looking to add some starting pitching depth due to recent injuries to Hisashi Iwakuma (right middle finger) and Taijuan Walker (sore right shoulder). Iwakuma’s finger is expected to be fine in three weeks, while Walker’s […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Cano to Seattle is sad

The New York Yankees lost their best player today, as Robinson Cano is accepting a 10-year, $240 million deal to go play in Seattle for the Mariners. This is a sad day for everyone involved. The Yankees didn’t budge on their offer of $170 million for seven-years to keep Cano, which certainly show they cared […]

Yankees: Are Pigs going to start flying in the Bronx

The New York Yankees batting stats over the last seven days are undeniably startling. Before you look below, please realize that the Yankees have won six of their last seven games, which is just remarkable. These numbers are so un-Yankee like that I wouldn’t be surprised if it starts snowing in the Bronx. During this […]

Yankees: Can Hughes redeem himself vs. Orioles

After finally earning my semi-endorsement, Yankees starter Phil Hughes went on to have his worst outing yet. Hughes couldn’t muster enough to get through the first inning in his last outing vs. the Mariners. He got tagged for seven earned runs in two-thirds of an inning at home before getting yanked. Kindly, whether this is […]

Yankees Ichiro and Kuroda bring Japanese pride to the Bronx

Usually admitting when you are wrong can sometimes be a good thing, and I was wrong about Ichiro Suzuki. When the Yankees announced that they had traded for the Mariners biggest star outfielder, I did not think that it was a great idea. I had figured that helping the lull in ticket sales at Yankee […]

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) […]