After four years of saluting the Bleacher Creatures at Yankee Stadium, Nick Swisher may have a suitor in Boston.
There was a point in the last week where it may have seemed that Hiroki Kuroda was going to pitch elsewhere in 2013. Eat without worry, my friends. Kuroda is indeed coming back to the Yankees next season.
“I think there’s a little bit of a question (if he’ll be ready for Opening Day), but I think he’ll find a way,” Girardi said on Thursday. “That’s who he is.”
Joe Girardi may just get his wish. Baseball is considering a wider expansion of video review for umpires than first discussed.
Election Day is not usually about sports, but it’s time to credit our past presidents for the biggest sports events that occurred during their times in office.
We need Mariano Rivera once more — for a proper salute, for our sanity and for his sanctity. Please give us just a few more deeds under brown leaves, before He leaves.
Blame it on the boos? According to one anonymous player, the unhappy home vibes may have contributed to New York being swept out of the ALCS.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman has denied that such a trade has been discussed, and other sources have said that talks between the Bombers and the Miami Marlins are premature at best.
Tim Leuzarder said he wasn’t entirely sure the ball came from A-Rod, but it sure seemed that way.
Alex Rodriguez has been ice-cold at the plate this postseason, but the Yankees slugger could also have some explaining to do for his reported actions on the bench late in Game 1 of the ALCS.
“This is a very easy place to play now,” said Tigers outfielder Quintin Berry, according to a report. “Coming from Oakland, the fans there were so rowdy. It was easier to come here.”
The celebrations have passed — and Game 4 will provide a fresh challenge for Rodriguez and the Yankees.
“I trust our guys,” Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. “I’m with them every day. I’m with their approach every day, and it’s important that they trust me.”
Though the 37-year-old has thrown more innings — 219 1/3 — in 2012 than in any other of his big league seasons, he’ll be taking the hill on six days’ rest. And he’d be lying if he said the extra days aren’t to his advantage.
What is it with the Yankees and transportation? The Bronx Bombers got a taste of the commuter’s life following their Game 2 loss in the division series against the Orioles.
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