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Yankees reliever Joba Chamberlain (rehabbing from Tommy John surgery) described his outing today as “another good day”. Chamberlain threw 20 pitches off a half-mound at the Yankees minor-league complex in Tampa, Florida. It’s the third time Chamberlain threw off the five-inch mound and is expected to have another session this Friday. Chamberlain is one of [...]
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Michael Pineda started his New York Yankees' career a little early.
The All-Star pitcher acquired from Seattle last month joined pre-spring training workouts Tuesday at the Yankees' minor league complex.
''I'm excited because it's my first time,'' Pineda said. ''I'm working hard to help my team make it to the playoffs.''
With Valentine's Day just a day away, the timing of the release of an official Yankees perfume could not have been better for general manager Brian Cashman. It's been two whole years since the Yankees won the World Series, so something doesn't smell right in the Bronx. Fortunately for Cashman, the new scent can help mask the odor of being an also-ran, so he will wipe...
TAMPA — In his own understated way Derek Jeter is caught up in Linsanity as much as the rest of the world.Jeter said he has been following the amazing exploits of the Knicks’ young guard. “I’ve seen some highlights,’’ Jeter said yesterday at the Yankees minor league complex. “It...
Phil Hughes says he has tried not to dwell on his poor 2011 season, but he does have a few choice words to describe it: “Wasted. Bad...."
Joba Chamberlain had what he described as "another good day" in his rehab from Tommy John surgery, throwing 20 pitches off a half-mound at the Yankees' minor-league complex here.
Michael Pineda was talking to Robinson Cano recently and he admitted to his friend that he was feeling somewhat overwhelmed about being traded to the Yankees and the prospect of playing for the big team in the big city.
Derek Jeter still has a young man’s zest for the game and a new season holds the same thrill it did when he started his pro career 20 years ago.
Kicking off today’s A.J. Burnett watch with an update of my own. Last night I wrote in my blog that the Pittsburgh Pirates shouldn’t cave to the New York Yankees, and instead should wait them out, hoping the Yankees budge on their demand to get more money or more prospects.
My feeling was that it doesn’t make sense for the Pirates to rush to take a deal on Tuesday, paying ...
Is Alex Rodriguez healthy enough to produce 40 homers and 100 RBIs? Will Russell Branyan be the lefty bat the Yankees wanted this offseason? Beat reporter Bryan Hoch answers fans' questions from the Inbox.
Five years ago this week, on Valentines Day 2007, this blog, Lady At The Bat, was born. A short post about the start of Spring Training that week has evolved into over 750 posts about the Yankees, Major League Baseball and, at times, my life as a Yankee fan. This week I'm taking a look back at some of those posts, and I invite you to do so as well. First up, a post from August...
The Yankees continue to entertain their possibilities for unloading right-hander A.J. Burnett, and the Cleveland Indians have joined the fray as a potential landing spot.
Deal is reportedly held up over money left on Burnett's contract