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A report broke yesterday that Rafael Soriano may opt out of his $14 million option for next season with the Yankees in order to once again test the free agent market. On the surface, this would seem like a foolish idea. And when you dig deeper…it still sounds foolish, unless he is pulling a move ...
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Nova needs a win to boost his own confidence, as well as the Yankees as the season winds down
Once again the ace in the Bronx failed to produce a quality start for the club, resulting in another loss for C.C. Sabathia, three straight, and another opportunity for the Yankees to pull ahead in the division wasted. Luckily for them though, the Orioles missed out on the same chance losing...
From Wallace Matthews.Joe Girardi just announced Andy Pettitte would return to the Yankees' rotation for the first time in more than two months on Tuesday against the Blue Jays.Matthews also reports that David Phelps will move to the bullpen.
“I’m looking forward to being back and trying to help this club do what we want to do, and that’s get to the postseason,” Pettitte...
The New York Yankeeslive to see another day in first place.
Granderson holding a hot bat.
The Bombers beat the Red Sox, 5-4 but remain tied with the Baltimore Orioles who just won’t lose as they beat the Tampa Bay Rays in walk-off fashion last night.
But hey, it wouldn’t be a 2012 Yankees win without some bumps and bruises along the way.
- Robinson Cano’s was wrist...
Robinson Cano has been known to be a jokester. It's very rare to find the Yankees second baseman without a smile on his face. During New York's three-game series at Fenway Park, the cameras caught Cano cheesing and messing around with Alex Rodriguez. The slugger surprised Rodriguez from behind in the middle of the game, giving him a quasi-man hug in the Yankees dugout. The...
I'm sure everyone has heard of the Taiwanese animations that roll out every so often when there's a significant news event in America. Well, a new one just came out, and it goes after...the New York Yankees?
In this video, the Yankees pending collapse is discussed. Both the Yankees and Orioles are on pirate ships, with the teams fighting each other with cannons...
CC Sabathia takes pride in being the unquestioned ace of the Yankees' pitching staff, but his answer was
telling when asked Friday for his thoughts about injured starters Ivan Nova (shoulder) and Andy Pettitte
(ankle) returning to the rotation in games Saturday and Tuesday, respectively. "Hopefully they can help us out, because I haven't been," said Sabathia...
New York Yankees shortstop Eduardo Nunez had to settle for a single after his hard hit down the third base line hit third base umpire Jerry Meals during Friday night's game at Yankee Stadium against the Tampa Bay Rays.
It happened in the bottom of the fifth inning, and the hit by Nunez would have rolled into left field and given him a double had the ball not hit Meals and...
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With a single in the seventh inning in a game against the Red Sox, Yankees captain Derek Jeter tied Willie Mays on the all-time hits list with his 3,283rd career hit.
In a recent article discussing the latest crop of international talent, valued commenter “Nate” offered a great, concise preview of soon-to-be international free agent Kyuji Fujikawa, presently playing in Nippon Professional Baseball league:
Kyuji Fujikawa – Closer for the Hanshin Tigers. Closest thing Japan has had lately to a Mariano Rivera type. He’s 32, but will be a...
After graduating from high school in 1942, Jerry Coleman traveled three days by train from San Francisco to Wellsville, N.Y., to report to the New York Yankees' Class D affiliate.
Still 17, he was too young to enlist and fight in World War II, so he got to spend the summer playing ball.
It was the start of his 70 years in pro baseball, a career that included four World Series...
Derek Jeter flared an RBI single to center field, his 3,283rd hit, to tie Willie Mays for 10th on the all-time hits list last night in the Yankees 2-0 victory over the punchless Boston Red Sox.
Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
I listened to the Yankees/Orioles game last Saturday as it happened. You know, the one where Mark Teixeira grounded into a double play to end the game where he was clearly safe.
I went back and watched that 9th inning about ten times. Obviously, you only have to watch see that play once. The ball is five feet away from Mark Reynolds when Teixeira touches first. By the time the...
The Red Sox couldn't make it back-to-back walkoffs as New York topped Boston 5-4.
It did get interesting in the 9th, however. Down two, Jarrod Saltalamacchia launched a solo homer off Rafael Soriano. Soriano composed himself for two straight outs, but then made an error to allow Mike Aviles to reach base, bringing up Jacoby Ellsbury for a potential spot as hero on consecutive...