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Yankees: 8 horrible truths you might not want to read

Last night’s 12-inning, 4-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays marked the third in a row for the New York Yankees, and drops their record to just one game above .500 at 41-40. Not scoring runs, and leaving men on base are the only consistent things the Yankees have done thru the first 81-games of […]

Yankees: Doubly bad weekend in the Bronx

My dad used to always say, “You can lead a horse to water, but you cannot make him drink.” So, when the New York Yankees (41-39) lost the rubber game to the Boston Red Sox (38-44) last night, 8-5 yesterday, it was more than just a typical, regular season series to blow. Heading into the […]

Yankees: Do you think Derek Jeter needs to move himself?

Let me get right to the point, do you think it is time for the Captain, Derek Jeter to move himself down in the batting order? WHY DID I ANSWERED YES: 1) History doesn’t win games today. Yes, Jeter occupied the Yankees two-hole for the majority of the first 13 seasons of his 20-year career, […]

Yankees: Brooms, Bronx and Blue Jays

The New York Yankees swept the Toronto Blue Jays right out of the Bronx. It was the best outcome that honestly, I didn’t think the Yankees had in them but they proved me wrong. Beating the AL East leading Blue Jays in three games cut the Yankees deficit to just a game and a half […]

Yankees Masahiro Tanaka vs. Blue Jays Marcus Stroman tonight

Tonight, the New York Yankees (35-33) begin a 15-game, AL East home stand, and their first opponent happens to be the division leading Toronto Blue Jays (41-30). The Blue Jays will be sending rookie Marcus Stroman to the hill to face Yankees ace Masahiro Tanaka. Here is all you need to know about the two […]

Yankees: Batting vs. top three AL teams

Just how bad are the New York Yankees bats? Comparing the Yankees team batting stats vs. the top three AL East teams, Oakland Athletics, Toronto Blue Jays and the Detroit Tigers shows what they are not doing. (all stats courtesy of baseball-reference.com) The Tigers have not been playing well the last three weeks, but the […]