The Yankees have lost three in a row to the Athletics. They lost 2-1 on Saturday night and are facing the prospect of a four-game sweep on Sunday.
Mark Teixeira’s hot streak continued as he drove in 5 RBIs during the Yankees’ 9-2 win over the Oakland A’s on Saturday.
Mark Teixeira and Nick Swisher hit two-run homers to help the Yankees win for the seventh straight time in Oakland, beating the Athletics, 6-3, on Friday night.
Why do the Yankees look so mediocre? Anyone who has watched the Yankees this year knows that they haven’t hit with men on base. As a team, the club is hitting just .223 with runners in scoring position.
Neil Keefe exchanges emails with Sweeny Murti to talk about the state of the Yankees and address the growing concerns with the starting rotation.
Neil Keefe has the second installment of “Thursday Thoughts” with the Yankees playing .500 baseball and the Rangers needing to win the biggest game of the season on Saturday night.
Former Yankee pitcher Bartolo Colon has signed a one-year agreement with the Oakland A’s.
If you consider Montero a part of the major league roster, we have to find the next great prospect in the Yankee farm system, the next great player whose name you will hear a thousand times before you ever see him play. Meet Mason Williams.
Yankees’ GM Brian Cashman revealed that it’s too early to determine whether the Bombers will go after a big-name starting pitcher or if a big trade is the works.
Brian Cashman should turn his full attention to free agent starter Mark Buerhle. The former White Sox ace can fill the Yankees’ craving for a reliable starter.
When Brian Cashman talks, people listen, especially Neil Keefe. It’s not that often that the Yankees general manager talks about the team or the future of the team or gives a state of the Yankees address, but when he does, Neil’s ready.
Brian Cashman has returned to the Yankees and he shed some light on his off-season agenda when he spoke to reporters Tuesday afternoon. Here are some of the more interesting tidbits…
For CC, there’s no better place to pitch than Yankee Stadium. He’ll do whatever it takes to stay on the mound as the Bombers’ ace — even if it means trimming down.
The slice of the Big Apple that bleeds blue and orange is smiling, along with the world west of the Hudson.
There was a redemption theme throughout the night, as Derek Jeter atoned for two brutal strikeouts in Game 3 by whacking a double last night to give his team a 2-0 lead – one the beleaguered A.J. Burnett and three relievers wouldn’t surrender.