Mark Teixeria

Mark Teixeira of the New York Yankees argues strike three with home plate umpire umpire Adrian Johnson at Progressive Field on August 25, 2012. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Yankees’ Offense Fails To Back Kuroda, Fall To Indians

Yankee bats went cold on Saturday night as they were defeated by the Indians, 3-1.


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Hartnett: Time For Yankees To Wave Goodbye To Nowhere Man Jorge Posada

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.


Eric Chavez

Hartnett: Yankees Need ‘Missing Piece’ Eric Chavez Back In Their Lineup

Eric Chavez may be a forgotten man to some but he can fill multiple areas of need for the Yankees when he returns from the disabled list. He can bridge the gap at third base while A-Rod is recovering and spell Mark Teixeira at first base.


Freddy Garcia, Bartolo Colon (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Hartnett: Yankees’ Hopes Built Upon Fragile Glass, Cracks Beginning To Show

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.


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Burnett Off To Good Start, Yankees Top Tigers 10-6

A.J. Burnett took a steady first step as he aims to bounce back from a wobbly season and Mark Teixeira hit his second three-run homer in two games, sending the New York Yankees to a 10-6 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday.