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Francisco Cervelli (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
That is the number of games the 2014 New York Yankees have played.
That is the number of games the Yankees have left to play.
This past weekend the Yankees took three of four from the Boston Red Sox, which leaves them sitting with a 7-6 record, and top of the AL East with the Rays.
The calendar might prove it is too early into the 2014 season to be concerned, but speaking as a Yankees fan it doesn’t feel like it.
Is 13 games even enough time for the shoe to start to dropping? (more…)
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Francisco Cervelli's minimum timeframe for return just got a bit longer. According to Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News, the New York Yankees have moved the injured catcher to the 60-day DL just a day after he landed on the 15-day DL with a hamstring strain :Make that at least two months for Cervelli, as the Yankees place him on the 60-day disabled list.— Mark Feinsand...
The New York Yankees may have won the call, but they lost a first baseman.
The Yankees announced today that catcher Francisco Cervelli will head to the 15-day Disabled List for a strained hamstring that he suffered during a controversial play against the Boston Red Sox Sunday night at Yankee Stadium.
With runners on first and third and one out in the fourth inning, Cervelli hit a...
The Yankees' infield depth (or lack thereof) was highlighted last night when Francisco Cervelli went down with a hamstring injury during last night's game.
Last night, Kelly Johnson was playing third base for Yangervis Solarte who was playing second base for Brian Roberts. Dean Anna was playing shortstop for Derek Jeter which left manager. Manager Joe Girardi essentially...
WARNING THIS IS KIND OF GROSS!!
When: Sunday, April 13, 2014
Where: Yankees Stadium Bronx, NY
What: During the Yankees, 3-2 win over the Red Sox, catcher Brian McCann fingers got hit by a tipped ball of AJ Pierzynski‘s bat.
This is a close-up video of the ball hitting his fingers.
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The perilous depth of the Yankees infield was exposed when the team lost Francisco Cervelli to a hamstring injury. Joe Girardi was forced to play Carlos Beltran at first base against the Red Sox as the team was resting some of its veteran infielders.
Nevertheless, expect the Yankees to stay put for now. Hal Steinbrenner recently stated that the team isn't looking for outside...
Have you noticed that whenever some TV talking haircut blames a tornado or "super-storm" on global warming, instead of convincing dittoheads to change their ways, it only riles them? No hurricane will alter Glenn Beck's views. He'll just blame God. Twenty years from now, the erosion of shorelines and the movement of invasive species will slowly prove the consequences...
The New York Yankees' injury list is starting to look a little bit like last year's. Mark Teixeira is already on the disabled list (along with Brendan Ryan and David Robertson), and now Derek Jeter is sitting out his second straight game with quad tightness, one of the injuries that disabled him for much of the second half last year.MLB.com's Bryan Hoch reports that...
Assuming the weather cooperates, two historic Major League franchises, the New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs, will play their first-ever regular season game at the new Yankee Stadium tonight. The two teams played an exhibition set when the building opened in 2009, with the Yankees winning both games pretty easily. Will the Yankees have the same success tonight? Examining the...
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Boston Red Sox 2 — New York Yankees 3
The Yankees ran into some injury scares on and off the field but a consistent bat continues producing.
After a scoreless first inning by Ivan Nova, the Yankees got some strong at-bats against lefty Felix Doubront. Brett Gardner was robbed of extra bases with a over-the-shoulder catch by rightfielder...
With the Retirement of Mariano Rivera at the end of last season, the number 42 jersey in baseball has “officially” been retired. Rivera was the last player to be grandfathered in after Major League Baseball retired the jersey on this date in 1997. It was not due, however, to some prophecy of Mo’s future dominance that lead to the number’s retirement, but rather to...
Masahiro Tanaka (1-0, 3.21 ERA) gets to celebrate his first ever Jackie Robinson day by taking on Jason Hammel (2-0. 2.63 ERA) and the Cubs. Tanaka struck out 10 in his Yankee Stadium debut against the Orioles but took a no decision allowing three runs on seven hits. The three runs came off a Jonathan Schoop homer. ”If you look at the first two starts, the beginning of the game...
Following his death this past December, the New York Yankees announced that they would be honoring Nelson Mandela with his own plaque in Yankee Stadium’s famed Monument Park during Tuesday’s league-wide celebration of Jackie Robinson Day.
And before you ask…no, Mandela will not be the first non-baseball player immortalized at Yankee Stadium. Far from it. Also remembered…Pope...
Twitter trolled a New York Yankees fan sleeping during the Boston Red Sox game on Sunday night.
Instant replay has seen its share of good and bad over the past few weeks of the 2014 season.
The Boston Red Sox saw it go against them on Saturday earning an apology from MLB. And on Sunday night, an overturned call cost them their manager and the game.
Francisco Cervelli‘s fielder’s choice RBI in the 4th inning turned out to be the difference as the New York Yankees beat the...
NEW YORK (AP) The interleague game between the New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs has been postponed because of bad weather.