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Should Yankees worry about Andy Pettitte?

With all the hoopla around the New York Yankees pitching, the one bright light fans are awaiting is the return of Andy Pettitte. Pettitte is one of the original ‘Core Four’ who decided to un-retire after leaving baseball and New York at the end of the 2010 season. Now with Michael Pineda out for the […]

New York Yankees got some bad news

The Yankees biggest off-season news was trading top prospects Jesus Montero and Hector Noesi to the Mariners for phenom pitcher Michael Pineda. Pineda has yet to pitch for the Yankees, as he showed up to Spring Training overweight and out-of-shape. The Yankees thought that starting on the 15-day DL would give Pineda time to build […]

New York Yankees: Bullpen might be without Boone

Just as Spring Training is about to close, Mark Feinsand of the NY Daily News tweeted that New York Yankees lefty specialist Boone Logan showed up at the ballpark today with back problems and was heading to the doctor. Shortly after, Mark Craig at the Star Ledger confirmed that Logan was sent to get an […]

New York Yankees: My never read theory about Michael Pineda

I wrote this post almost two weeks ago and never published it because when I read it to a friend and my father they both said I was being oversensitive about my theory of what could happen to Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda. So, I wimped out. And now look what happened…last time I don’t listen to my gut because I totally […]

The New York Yankees infatuation with Phil Hughes

Two days ago, Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News claimed that New York Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes has captured a spot in the rotation and I have pondered over this ever since. At the start of Spring Training the impression was that CC Sabathia and Hiroki Kuroda were the only two with confirmed spots in […]

New York Yankees: 3 pitching scenarios maybe 4

The New York Yankees have some pitching situations to solve. I have narrowed it down to three or four possibilities based on what I believe the 2012 Opening Day rotation should be, which in order is Sabathia, Kuroda, Pineda, Nova and Hughes. First being the plethora of starting pitching. That leaves Freddy Garcia hanging out […]