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Yankees: Only 156 games before October

Coming off a six-game road trip that felt a heck of a lot longer, the Yankees are finally back home. Realistically, it is precarious to make any conclusions based off the first week of any baseball season, but too much happened in Yankees Universe not to throw caution to the wind this time. I mean […]

Yankees: Tanaka tonight Toronto

Thank goodness the New York Yankees avoided getting swept by the Astros, as they picked up their first win winning of the 2014 season, 4-2. The Yankees might have avoided departing Houston not utterly embarrassed, but the Astros certainly humbled them by taking the series 2-1. Kudos to the Astros, as they did not play […]

Yankees Universe blew the roof off Twitter after losing to Astros again

Let me cut to the chase. AL East Standings….these are games Yankees should NOT lose. #Yankees pic.twitter.com/HJg2dvdsLQ — Kate Conroy (@LadyLovesPins) April 3, 2014 The New York Yankees lost to the Houston Astros again last night, and Yankees fans are furious, myself included. Honestly, who knew being only two games into a baseball season could […]

Yankees: Losing on April Fools Day was appropriate

Opening Day APRIL FOOLS?!? Unfortunately that answer is no, as the 2014 New York Yankees were not playing a joke on fans at all. As the Opening Day, 2-6, loss to the Houston Astros was real, did happen and it counts. Starter CC Sabathia got shelled, as he was tagged for six runs by the […]

2014 Yankees: What to watch on Opening Day

Tomorrow night the New York Yankees will start their 2014 season in Houston for a three game set against the Astros at Minute Maid Park. The place might be the same spot the Yankees finished up a disappointing 2013 campaign, but this team is not. Regardless, the Astros have lost 100 games the last three […]

Yankees: Pineda, Tanaka, Nunez, and Solarte

Spring Training is officially done, as tomorrow night the New York Yankees officially start their 2014 campaign in Texas, for a three games set against the Houston Astros. I understand that Spring Training games are meaningless, as it is a time for established players to dust off the cobwebs from the off-season, and get back […]