Brian Cashman deserves high praise for a number of intelligent, under-the-radar off-season signings that have each played a part in the Yankees’ success in the regular season and possibly could make the difference in the playoffs.
Curtis Granderson slugged two home runs as the Yankees defeated the Orioles 8-3 in the second part of their Sunday doubleheader.
CC Sabathia stopped his two-start losing streak with nine strikeouts over seven innings, and the New York Yankees hit three home runs to support him in an 8-4 victory over the depleted Minnesota Twins on Thursday night.
Jorge Posada’s decline has only left the Yankees with one option and that’s to waive goodbye to the former Yankee hero. With Alex Rodriguez soon returning, there isn’t anyone but Posada who should make way for him on their roster.
The New York Yankees’ 16-7 defeat to the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday was further proof that their bullpen is not up to snuff. It’s gotten to the point that I’ve come up with an adjective to describe Boone Logan’s futility: ‘Loganeous’
Edwin Encarnacion and Eric Thames had three hits and three RBIs each and the Toronto Blue Jays used an eight-run first inning to beat the New York Yankees 16-7 on Thursday night.
Neil Keefe breaks down the five topics of conversation that will be covered on TV and radio this weekend during the most intriguing Subway Series in recent years.
It’s been just over a month since the last time Sweeny Murti joined me for an email discussion. With July 1 just around the corner, Sweeny and I just had to talk about the state of the Yankees.
Brett Gardner has made an overwhelming case to bat leadoff for the Yankees and must be rewarded even if that means sending Derek Jeter down in the lineup. It’s time for the Yankees to stop appeasing Jeter and give Gardner the chance he deserves.
Joe Girardi must abandon his ‘by the book’ philosophy and use his instincts more often to ensure Yankee success. There a quite a few head scratching decisions he’s continued to make.
With interleague wrapping up and the halfway point of the season approaching, here are three Yankees that should be referred to as “former Yankees” in the near future.
The New York Yankees’ roster is seriously lacking in depth and it’s up to general manager Brian Cashman to play catch-up to the superior Boston Red Sox. There are many needs that Cashman must address as the trade deadline approaches.
While one bad loss doesn’t erase what the Yankees have accomplished since the last time the Red Sox were in town, it sure feels like it.
Nick Swisher added his third homer of the season as the Yankees knocked around Seattle starter Jason Vargas and salvaged one game in the first stop of a three-city, nine-game West Coast trip.
Mariano Rivera became the first player in major league history to make 1,000 appearances with the same team, cleaning up the ninth inning of the Yankees’ 7-3 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on a sun-splashed afternoon in the Bronx.