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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 Injury Updates: Chavez Looks Good To Go

This Sunday marks MLB’s trade deadline and New York Yankee fans are not holding their breath. The Bombers could use another starter or a lefty reliever, but some key players are almost good to go and will be coming off the DL to lend a helping hand shortly. I am specifically referring to Eric Chavez, […]

New York Yankees: Coming Home To No Relief

What started out with two avoidable losses against the Seattle Mariners, the New York Yankees are returning to the Bronx with a respectable 6-3 record from their West Coast road trip. Well, things don’t get much easier for the Bombers who’s first task is to host their rival Boston Red Sox for a three-game set. […]

Yankees-Mariners: Pitching Match-up To Watch Burnett Vs. Seattle’s New Prince

The New York Yankees start this nine-game road trip with a three-game set in Seattle against an improved Mariners team. SEATTLE MARINERS BABY STEPS: The 2010 Mariners had one weapon, pitcher Felix Hernandez (aka King Felix) who barely brought relief every fifth day behind a dead offense.  Considering King Felix took home the 2010 CY […]

New York Yankees: West Coast Road Trip Schedule

Following winning the rubber game 7-3 to take the series against the Toronto Blue Jays, the New York Yankees are on their way out West for the first time in 2011. Here is the schedule for the next three series on the other coast: DATE VS. TIME (EST) PROBABLE PITCHERS Friday, May 27th @ Seattle […]

It’s Pitching Match-Up Deja Vu: Yankees-Rays And A Pair Of Aces

The New York Yankees lost the third game to the Tampa Bay Rays Wednesday night, with a final score of 7-2. The Yankees lead this four-game set, 2-1, with a goal to win the final and take the series. The Rays’ best, and only shot is to spilt the series, creeping up on the AL […]