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New York Yankees fan take on Strasburg situation

One of the biggest baseball stories of the 2012 season was the possibility that the Washington Nationals would shutdown their ace Stephen Strasburg. Well, that came true last week. And since Strasburg got grounded I have been inundated with emails about my opinion on the Nationals decision, so here it is. Did the Washington Nationals […]

New York Yankees: Injury updates already

From the start to the end of Spring Training, players are warming-up their bodies to get ready for the 162-game grind of the regular season. Unfortunately injury setbacks are inevitable, and daily reports sometimes seem endless but also remember that if a player feels anything is off, he will rest as a precautionary measure. You […]

New York Yankees: Cashman you are losing it again

Are the New York Yankees in need of another right-handed reliever? No, no…. the Yankees need a lefty to aid Boone Logan out of the bullpen, and even more so now that LHR Hideki Okajima failed his physical a few days ago. Well, not when your GM is named Brian Cashman who is on his […]

New York Yankees: Joba Chamberlain Meet Tommy John

NJ Star Ledger’s Marc Craig is reporting that New York Yankee pitcher Joba Chamberlain elbow injury has escalated from the 15-day DL to having a torn elbow ligament that might require Tommy John surgery. This is not good news for the Yankees bullpen, who had the most solid group of arms to start the season […]

Player Profile: Andrew Brackman #64 P

Pitcher Andrew Brackman stands at an enormous 6’10. He was the Yankees 2007 first round draft pick out of NC State University. Thus far, Brackman’s actions speak louder than his words (stats in baseball terms). In his first two seasons, as well as coming off Tommy John surgery and an emergency appendicitis, Brackman has been […]

The Yankees Boy Toys: Hughes and Chamberlain

The seemingly endless discussion of Joba vs. Phil is heating up again. Last season this was a mess and solved nothing. Hughes toss to the bullpen happen to look genius, when it was the only way to keep him on the roaster. Joba’s restrictions (aka ‘joba rules’) limited the lad from learning to compete because […]