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New York Yankees: Reintroducing Girardi’s binder

With the devastating loss of Mariano Rivera now sinking in, which not only physically handicaps the Yankees but also mentally, skipper Joe Girardi’s job just got much harder. The good ‘old comfort of the ninth inning now feels more like a Sergio Mitre start, and no one knows this better than pitcher David Robertson. In […]

New York Yankees: Andy Pettitte you missed us too much

As I was sitting down to watch the Yankees host the Washington Nationals today, the YES networkboys dropped a bomb. That pitcher Andy Pettitte has un-retired and had signed a minor league, 1-year, 2.5 million deal with a plan to return to the Bronx again. It was said that Pettitte is allowed to take all […]

New York Yankees: 3 pre-season reasons to be very afraid of this team

The 2012 New York Yankees have a team that is built to win the World Series, and offer plenty of everything for opposing teams to be very afraid about. And here are the three reasons why: 1) MOTIVATION. From CC Sabathia to Mark Teixeira to Alex Rodriguez, if the Yankees have made one thing very clear […]

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. […]

MLB Trade Rumors: New York Yankees Bullpen Could Use Some Chicago Heat

Over the last five years, New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman took the team’s farm system and built something out of nothing. The Yankees haven’t had this much talent in the minors ever, and everyone has taken notice. Still, the Yankees are all about the now, not the next or five years from now but […]

New York Yankees: What Needs To Happen On The Road To October?

With 88 games down and 74 left to play, the New York Yankees head into the second-half of the season in a tight pennant race with both the Boston Red Sox and the Tampa Bay Rays. At best only two of the three teams, presuming the Wild Card comes out of the AL East, will […]