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New York Yankees: Mitre, Hughes and Why Joe Girardi Is Not Doing His Job

What happened to the New York Yankees, Wednesday night in Cleveland, other than Captain Derek Jeter now having just three hits remaining before getting a membership in the 3000 club? Well, the Yankees lost the rubber game 5-3 to the Indians. It was the Bombers first series loss since being swept by the Boston Red […]

MLB Trade Rumors: Oh No Yankees Bring Back Sergio Mitre

The New York Yankees are playing some darn good baseball, posting a 17-26 record in the month of June. The Bombers just won their sixth series in a row tonight after taking the second game vs. the Milwaukee Brewers 5-2 and will go for the sweep tomorrow afternoon in the Bronx. The Brewers are one […]

New York Yankees: Double Trouble In The Bronx As Bombers Lose To Rangers

A lot of things happened with the New York Yankees Friday night, other than losing 5-3 to the Texas Rangers, the first game of this weekend’s three game set. Yankee fans should not panic but there some substantial things to take note of, so to make it easier here are a few you can print: […]

New York Yankees: 2011 Pitching Rotation Is All Set

New York Yankees skipper Joe Girardi has announced the starting pitching rotation that will begin the 2011 season.  Starters: (1) CC Sabathia, (2) AJ Burnett, (3) Phil Hughes, (4) Ivan Nova, (5) Freddy Garcia Bullpen: Bartolo Colon, Joba Chamberlain, David Robertson, Boone Logan, Pedro Feliciano, Raphael Soriano, Mariano Rivera (closer) Mike Wallace at ESPN claims: “The […]

New York Yankees: Finally Say Adios To Sergio Mitre

Ex-New York Yankees Sergio Mitre is a phrase I have been waiting to hear for two years. Well, according to a tweet from ESPN.com’s Jerry Crasnick, this is now fact, as the Brewers are bringing the talents of Mitre to the city of Milwaukee. What talents did the Brew Crew just acquire? Not quite sure, […]

2011 Spring Training: Pitching Audition Rumors You Are Not Going To Like

Entering 2011 Spring Training, the New York Yankees had no back end in their pitching rotation, as the four and five spots were wide open. GM Brian Cashman decided to go with the motto of quantity over quality, which was far from comforting. Names like Bartolo Colon, Mark Prior and Freddie Garcia were the solutions […]