Found March 10, 2013 on
Sliding Into Home:
Haven't done a link dump in a while, figured I'd start today:
- Richard Justice calls the Yankees trio of Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter and Andy Pettitte "a timeless classic" in this article for MLB.com.
- Joel Sherman says that Mariano was what separated the Yankees from everyone else. I would have to agree.
- After CC Sabathia sim game today, he's set to make his spring debut on Friday.
- Boone Logan threw off a mound today after dealing with elbow soreness.
- Sweeny Murti says the Blue Jays haven't proved anything yet and even they know it.
- Here's the upcoming plan for Mariano and Jeter as they both return from injuries.
- Steve Serby did his Sunday Q&A with Goose Gossage. As you might expect, Mariano was one of the main topics of conversation.
- The Daily News' Mark Feinsand has a new podcast which debuted today.
- Andrew Marchand thinks Ronnier Mustelier may be the Yankees new contender at third.
- If yo...
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The Yankees will welcome their captain back to the field on Wednesday as Derek Jeter is set to play his first spring game at short stop. Jeter’s return comes at a time when many other prominent Yankees have been forced to the disabled
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New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter singled sharply to left field on his first pitch since breaking an ankle last fall in the AL championship series.
Jeter missed New York's first 13 spring training games and was the Yankees' designated hitter and leadoff batter Saturday against Atlanta. Jeter received a partial standing ovation from the crowd at Steinbrenner Field in the...
Shortstop Derek Jeter has been scratched from the New York Yankees' lineup Tuesday against the Philadelphia Phillies.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi says the team captain has a ''cranky'' ankle and will not play in the Grapefruit League contest, which would have been Jeter's first road game of spring training.
Jeter, who had ankle surgery last fall, was slated...
Derek Jeter has worked hard at rehabbing his surgically repaired left ankle and, after he was told by his doctor that it was "100% healed," the New York Yankees shortstop believes it's time to give it a test run — literally.
Jeter indicated that he doesn't have to run the bases at full speed before appearing in a game but, after getting clearance from his surgeon...
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera returned from injuries to make their 2013 spring training debuts Saturday in the New York Yankees' 2-1 loss to the Atlanta Braves.
The 38-year-old Jeter was a designated hitter and singled sharply to left field on his first pitch since breaking his left ankle on Oct. 13 in the AL championship series opener. Jeter, who missed...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist The last save will be the toughest of them all for Mariano Rivera.
The cities and stadiums will all be familiar after 18 years crisscrossing the country, glove in hand.
The reception in what will be his final season may be different because even fans who never wanted to see him get the last out will want to see his last...
The New York Yankees have spent the beginning of the
exhibition season without shortstop Derek Jeter and starting pitcher Andy
Pettitte. However, both veterans are expected to make their spring training
debuts soon, according to Adam Berry and Matthew Leach of MLB.com.
Pettitte threw a simulated game Friday morning, facing three
hitters – including Jeter. Following...
As expected, New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, one of the greatest relievers to ever play the game--if not the greatest, announced Saturday morning that the 2013 season will be his last in Major League Baseball.
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Rivera begins the 2013 season as the career saves leader (608) and games finished (892).
New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter thought it was a terrible idea for his club to call up retired Atlanta Braves star Chipper Jones, which he thought was a media-created joke. "Y'all just come up
The Yankees won the World Series in 1996, but it wasn’t before the team came close to making a move that would have significantly altered New York’s future.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman retold a story to the New York Daily News’ Mark Feinsand recently. Apparently, the Bronx Bombers came close to trading away legendary closer Mariano Rivera during spring training in...
The Yankees will face off against the St. Louis Cardinals today from George M. Steinbrenner field in Tampa, Fla. Righty Hiroki Kuroda will get the start, as Derek Jeter plays in his second Spring Training game – he’ll bat second and DH. The Yankees will try out Kevin Youkilis over at first base, while Ronnier Mustelier will have a chance to play the hot corner. Here is the rest...
Updated on March 12 at 11:00 AM
Kevin Kernan of the New York Post caught my attention when he tweeted that Joe Torre has found his Derek Jeter in David Wright. He was referring his latest article this morning in which he writes that David Wright has emerged as a true leader for Team USA.
No matter how Team USA fares in the World Baseball Classsic, Wright’s performance is good...