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Mention the words “Babe Ruth” and “for sale” in the same sentence and people’s ears generally perk up. Former New York Yankees pitcher David Wells recently announced he will be putting up for auction a hat worn by the Bambino in the early 1930′s. Wells wore the cap during a game in 1997 [...]
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So Phil Hughes didn't get bombed yesterday, against a team with 9 wins and the 4th lowest run total in the AL, and now suddenly everyone thinks the guy has figured it out. Let's look at some headlines, shall we?
Ken Davidoff says, the "Yankees should keep Hughes in rotation.
John Harper believes that Hughes is turning things around and turning heads with his newly...
David Robertson summed things up perfectly after last night's Yankee win against the Rays:"Mo probably would've thrown 12 pitches and broken a bat, and we'd have been gone 20 minutes ago." [Yankees.com]Mo, of course, wasn't there, and won't be until next season if all goes well. Instead, we saw the beginning of the David Robertson era. The pitcher...
<a href="http://NYYUniverse.com/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-feed-statistics/feed-statistics.php?url=aHR0cDovL05ZWVVuaXZlcnNlLmNvbS9nYW1lLWRheS95YW5rZWVzLWdhbWUtMTktbGluZXVwLTA0MjcxMi9hdHRhY2htZW50L25vdmEv" rel=\"attachment wp-att-4990\">Right-hander Ivan Nova will take the mound for New York tonight as they face the Tampa Bay Rays. This will be the first...
The Yankees are back in New York after a 5-5-road trip to host the Tampa Bay Rays for a three-game set at the stadium starting tonight.
James Shields at Yankee Stadium.
Last time these two teams met was the start of the 2012 season, and the Rays swept the Yankees right out of Tropicana Field.
The Rays stand atop the AL East, tied with the Orioles with a 19-10 record but are coming...
After a much-needed travel day off, the Yankees will return to the Bronx for a six-game home-stand, which begins with a three-game set against the Tampa Bay Rays.
When they opened up the 2012 season in Tampa Bay, the outcome wasn’t favorable for the Yankees. They were swept away in that initial three-game series and have been on an up and down ride ever since. A little payback...
Last night, the Yankees were able to send out a reasonable facsimile of their Opening Day lineup for the first time in over a week. Sure, Eduardo Nunez was still being relied upon defensively in left field, but with Nick Swisher back in right, Raul Ibanez was able to be planted firmly in the DH role. Considering that this lineup was able to solve James Shields in Game 1 of the season...