Neil Keefe looks at Joe Girardi’s answers from his postgame press conference on Monday night to try to make sense of the Yankees’ struggles.
I would be surprised if Granderson hit 40 or more home runs again, but since he has demonstrated the power is there I would be disappointed if he didn’t hit at least 30. I shared that thought with hitting coach Kevin Long and asked for his reaction.
Sweeny Murti breaks down the 12 most important questions for the Yankees going into Spring Training.
It’s easy to see how the events of the last year recently led Jorge Posada to his decision to retire from the Yankees.
Sensing a comeback, fans at Yankee Stadium were rocking on Sunday. Alex Rodriguez entered the batter’s box to a swelling applause. He exited to Bronx cheers.
Brett Gardner must continue as the Yankees’ lead-off man even after Derek Jeter returns from the disabled list. Joe Girardi must continue playing the ‘hot hand’ and allow the new one-two punch of Gardner and Curtis Granderson to flourish at the top of the order.
Is the success of the Yankees inevitably linked to A-Rod’s production?
Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez will have his right hip examined this week, although he insists he’s not feeling pain and has no desire to miss any playing time.
A-Rod has batted .170 since April 23 and eight of the nine hits he has in that span were singles. The other was a double.
As the Yankees came to the end of their trip in Texas, WFAN’s Sweeny Murti sat down with hitting coach Kevin Long on Sunday to talk about Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada and his upcoming book.
Derek Jeter can still hit. His 4-hit performance Sunday in Arlington seems like the breakout we’ve waited for throughout the first five weeks of this season.
Two doubles, no triples, no dingers. Is Derek Jeter’s 2011 power outage here to stay?
Josh Beckett out-dueled CC Sabathia to lead the Red Sox to a 4-0 victory over the Yankees on Sunday night. But the big story to come out of New York’s series loss to Boston was Derek Jeter’s lack of production.
A-Rod chatted with reporters after Sunday’s game, the seven minute session his longest and most revealing of the spring, giving some insight into his improved physical health and how that’s affected his game.
Alex Rodriguez has endured stints on the disabled list for the past three seasons, only averaging 133 games played from 2008-10. So what’s A-Rod’s outlook for 2011?