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Yankees: The logical replacement for Mark Teixeira

“All I can continue to tell everyone is our commitment to the fans is never going to change. We will always field a championship-caliber   team. Is our goal 189 next year? Yes. But only if I’m convinced if the team I see, that we’ve put together, is a championship-caliber team.” That is what New […]

Yankees: Mark Teixeira to play or not to play

Are you bleeping kidding me?  “I never heard anything about a sheath,” were the exact words uttered by New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman about Mark Teixeira’s right wrist injury just 10 days ago via FOX Sports. Well either Cashman needs a hearing test, or the Yankees need some new doctors, as last night I […]

Yankees: Dan Johnson starting at first base are you kidding me

Dan Johnson is best known as the ‘hero’ from infamous Wild Card Wednesday, as he hit the tying home run to help the Tampa Bay Rays beat the New York Yankees to get into the 2011 playoffs. But that is about it, as Johnson is kind of like a David Tyree of baseball. The Yankees […]

New York Yankees: Injury loves company

The latest New York Yankees casualty is first baseman Mark Teixeira, who will be out 8-10 weeks with a strained right wrist. Mark Teixeira to miss 8-10 weeks with strained wrist tendon http://t.co/LrdMdwOzJ1 — Bryan Hoch (@BryanHoch) March 6, 2013 Wrist injuries are tricky to begin with, but hitters need their full optimal wrist mechanics […]

Yankees: Starting out hot is essential but is it possible

How imperative is it for the New York Yankees to start the 2013 season off hot?  Very. Why? Simply put, no team’s success can be contingent on older veterans unless they have serious depth on the bench, not even if you are the Yankees. The pressure the Yankees have ensued on guys north of 38 […]

2013 Yankees Hot Stove: Juan Rivera joins stockpile

Yesterday, the New York Yankees announced the signing a third right-handed-hitting outfielder in journeyman outfielder Juan Rivera. Fans who think Rivera looks familiar, well they would be correct, as he came up as a Yankees prospect between 2001-2003 and went on to play for five other teams since. Rivera made $4 million bucks last season with […]