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New York Yankees: Meeting CC Sabathia

Yesterday evening, thanks to the gracious PR queen Kathy Jacobson, I had the pleasure of attending a PitCCh In Foundationevent at the MLB Fan Cave, hosted by New York Yankees ace CC Sabathia and his wife Amber. The Sabathia’s’ hosted 52 kids (hence CC dons #52) from the Columbus House clubhouse of the Madison Square […]

New York Yankees: Sabathia To Opt Out Tonight

The latest news is that the New York Yankees have made a new contract offer to ace CC Sabathia. NY Times David Waldstein got confirmation that the offer was made over the weekend, but the unidentified source would not give specifics. All MLB player and club options expire at midnight tonight, and according to Jon […]

Yankees Pick Up Options On Cano And Swisher

It hasn’t even been 24-hours since the St. Louis Cardinals won the 2011 World Series, and the New York Yankees are already hard at work, getting ready for 2012 season. The latest since the 6 ½ hours of executive meetings in Tampa, FL last Wednesday is that the Yankees picked up outfielder Nick Swisher’s $10.5 […]

New York Yankees: 2 Ways To Start Off-Season Drama Free

With the 2011 New York Yankees exiting the postseason earlier than planned, the looming questions surrounding this off-season are no longer avoidable. Key players contracts are up, team/player options will be decided and the consequences will dictate next season’s outlook. So, here are 2 situations that fans need to keep a close eye on: 1. […]

New York Yankees: Secret To ALDS Success Vs. Detroit Tigers

So, what is the New York Yankees secret to success in this ALDS series? It is a pretty simple formula…. winning Game 1 and beating Justin Verlander. Appropriately in Game 1, both skippers’ Joe Girardi and Jim Leland, have their aces taking the hill. This is almost a prerequisite for all teams competing in the […]

Assuming That New York Yankees Are Resting CC Sabathia Too Much

Back on August 6th, the New York Yankees skipper Joe Girardi decided to expand the standard five-man pitching rotation to six. Looking at the rotation with veterans Freddie Garcia and Bartolo Colon, an unstable AJ Burnett and Phil Hughes and the young phenom Ivan Nova, the added day-off made sense considering each start was a […]