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New York Yankees: Trusting Hughes too soon

Other than the New York Yankees winning their second series in a row over the weekend vs. the Mariners, once again it seems that pitcher Phil Hughes has managed to keep his spot in the starting rotation. I will be the first to admit that Hughes pitched better in his last two starts, which were against […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Seattle Mariners

It has been a long and rough 11 years for Seattle Mariners fans, as that was last time the team gave them anything to celebrate about in October. And in 2011 the Mariners teased fans by staying in contention in the AL West until a 17-game losing streak put an end to any hopes of […]

New York Yankees: Introducing Prospect Jose Campos

In the midst of all the hysteria surrounding the Michael Pineda-Jesus Montero trade, the name Jose Campos might have gotten lost in the shuffle. Campos was the other pitcher the New York Yankees received from the Seattle Mariners in the blockbuster trade. The 19-year-old righty has only been in the minors for two years, and so […]

New York Yankees: Non-Trade Moves To Make

Following a 9-2 loss to the Seattle Mariners, which also helped them break a 17-game losing streak, you can bet the New York Yankees front office, is conceivably in a tizzy. This is not because the Bombers line-up fell flat at the hands of the 2010 CY Young winner King Felix, as many teams do. […]

New York Yankees: Tuesday Night Belonged To CC

Yankees ace CC Sabathia came so close to perfection last night in the Bronx, striking out 14 Mariners and winning his 15th game of the season. Sabathia looked unstoppable, until a 30-minute thunderstorm erupted in the sixth inning, the first of two. The ace came right back out to the hill following Mother Nature’s disruption […]

New York Yankees: Bombers Vs. Bottom Feeders

The New York Yankees are back in the Bronx after splitting series against their AL East foes, the Toronto Blue Jays and the Tampa Bay Rays. After losing the first two games vs. the Blue Jays coming home 4-4 is a miracle, not ideal but keeps the Bombers just two games behind the Boston Red […]