Found April 03, 2013 on
Derek Jeter. Alex Rodriguez. Curtis Granderson. … Lyle Overbay?
These are not your grandfather’s Yankees of Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth. In fact, these aren’t even your older brother’s Yankees, with the first three names on that list sitting on the disabled list in New York. This version is not at all what we’ve come to expect from the Bronx Bombers.
NESN Nation’s Dan Duquette is feeling something for the Yankees. Is it pity? Probably not. But it might get there if the Yankees continue to look this bad. See more in the above video.
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The New York Yankees are fresh off a disastrous spring.
As they move on, they are awaiting the return of their leader Derek Jeter who is still fighting with his ankle issue.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi stated on Friday that Jeter needs a full ”reset” before moving forward.
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Although there is no official timetable for his return, those within the organization are targeting May 1 as a possible return date for Derek Jeter, according to a story written by CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman. Heyman reports that the date is “optimistic” barring any setbacks.
Jeter, who experienced “stiffness” in his surgically repaired left ankle on March 19, has since been...
HIP TO IT
Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez told reporters that while he is still in "Stage 1" of his recovery from hip surgery, he is "devoting 100 percent" of his time to rehab.
A-Rod speaks to reporters before Opening Day at the Stadium. (Photo credit: CBS Sports)
With a lot of new faces in the Yankee dugout yesterday, an old one returned to cheer on his teammates. Alex Rodriguez was on hand for Opening Day, his 10th now as a Yankee. This was Rodriguez’s first time being around the team since last October.
The third-baseman has been busy with rehabbing...
OH CAPTAIN MY CAPTAIN
Yankees skipper Joe Girardi maintains his belief that once Derek Jeter returns to the lineup, the superstar "will be an everyday player again."
PRETTY CRAZYLyrics by Alex Rodriguez I love when all These people say You can’t do this, You can’t do that, You’re done, You’re old... And I find it A great challenge To prove All you guys wrong And everyone wrong.(Chorus) I’m not going To further discuss this...Everything will be good...Pretty crazy. Pretty crazy.I don’t needTo be introduced to feel like a...
Derek Jeter may not return to the New York Yankees until next month.
His replacement at shortstop, Eduardo Nunez, joined the team's long list of banged-up players after being hit by a pitch and is day to day.
''I was scared it was broken,'' Nunez said after Detroit beat New York 8-3 Friday. ''The pain hurt a lot.''
Yankees manager Joe Girardi...
I hate to admit this, but 2013 Opening Day at Yankee Stadium was awful.
“YANKEES FANS CATCH EARLY TRAIN HOME FROM TODAY’S OPENER” – BustedCoverage.com
Forget the 8-2 loss to the Red Sox, and that the Yankees could not muster up a hit after the fifth inning.
The only smart thing I did yesterday was exit the game early with the rest of the Stadium because honestly no one could...
If you thought you saw Alex Rodriguez wearing his New York Yankees uniform and lurking around the dugout during Monday's Opening Day ceremonies at Yankee Stadium— you are correct.
The ailing slugger made his long-awaited reunion with his Yankees teammates after undergoing hip surgery this winter but was not introduced to the fans during pre-game festivities.
May 1 could be a big day for the New York Yankees, as they
are hoping to get shortstop Derek Jeter and first baseman Mark Teixeira back on
that date. Right-hander Hiroki Kuroda plans on returning well before then, as
the veteran is hopefully he’ll make his next scheduled start.
Teixeira told reporters – including Bryan Hoch of MLB.com –
that his goal is to...
photo credit: bleacherreport.com
The analysts, experts, baseball fans, and maybe science itself don’t think the Yankees will be good this year. With the massacre of injuries and both an April starting lineup and starting rotation, with an average age of about only 33 years old (you’d think it would be higher, I know) and a couple of old guys, one would say the 27-time-Champion...
David Ortiz (achilles tendinitis): He will begin his rehab assignment this Monday, which will serve as the first hurdle on his road to recovery. He’s on track to return to the Red Sox lineup at the end of this month, so we’ll know more about his progress once he gets back to playing competitively again.
Mark Teixeira (torn right wrist tendon sheath): Reports surfaced today that...