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Yankees: Checking up on Robbie

How’s Robinson Cano don’t you want to know? Well, I certainly do and will be keeping tabs on the ex-New York Yankees, All-Star second baseman all season long and then some. The privilege of calling Cano one of my favorite Yankees might have ripped from under me, hence the Seattle Mariners uniform he will be […]

Yankees: Jacoby Ellsbury’s “precautionary” injury

And the nightmare begins again…. OK maybe I am being a tad over-dramatic here. But learning via the NY Daily News that New York Yankees Jacoby Ellsbury will be missing some games as a “precautionary” measure made the bad memories circa 2013 feel all to real again. Of course, Yankees GM Brian Cashman gave his […]

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: Sorry my offseason report card got lost in the mail

First let me apologize for the delay, as I forgot to post this article a week ago, but as the saying goes better late than never. Let’s pretend that the New York Yankees got graded on the off-season, what would you give them? I would hand the Yankees a C+. Now that might seem like […]

Yankees: Brett Gardner’s new deal is exception to the rule

It is a safe bet that this past weekend was one, if not the best in New York Yankees Brett Gardner baseball life. The Yankees handed the speedy outfielder a 4-year, $52 million with a 5th year club option $12.5M or $2M buyout. The deal does not have a no-trade clause so that door is […]

Sorry Mark Teixeira! The Yankees aren’t back just yet

“We’re back to being the Yankees again. Last year, we weren’t the Yankees.”  That is how first baseman Mark Teixeira described the state of the 2014 Yankees yesterday to ESPN New York’s Andrew Marchand. Regardless if you agree or not, it is tough to knock a guy who has an attitude of positive expectation. Following […]