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Lady Loves Pinstripes:
Yankee Stadium on July 1, 2010 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The New York Yankeesoff-season has been an unpleasant wake-up call of what is to come.
As a fan to say that my heart is breaking would be an understatement, as the new Yankee reign still talks the talk but it is all smoke and mirrors.
With the number of holes, aging and injured players and the fact that GM Brain Cashman has literally no money to spend to make the team a winner is not the kind of ownership that this historic franchise deserves.
What is even worse is that the Yankees have the means to make this team a winner but care not too.
Free agents that are good are not going to want 1-year deals, unless you are in the 40 and over club and plan to retire; or want the option to return to their homeland of Japan.
It is so discouraging and here are 9 tweets from the last few days that is just reiterating that this is really happening to the Yankees. (more…)
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Yankees shortstop and renowned ladykiller Derek Jeter allegedly was spotted with swimsuit model Hannah Davis, an old flame, in a New York hotel bar on Monday night.
I'm sure everyone has heard the news this morning about Alex Rodriguez's hip, notably that he'll require surgery in January that will keep him out for three to six months. Keep in mind, that this is Rodriguez's left hip, not the right hip that he's already had surgery on. This is terrible news for the Yankees, especially with Derek Jeter in a walking boot after...
From Joel Sherman:Alex Rodriguez was playing late in the regular season and playoffs with a re-tear in his surgically repaired right hip, The Post has learned.
Rodriguez is expected to need a second surgery in the coming days and will miss, at minimum, a piece of the 2013 season. Still, the hope is that the procedure will allow A-Rod to return as a full, successful player as early...
Derek Jeter says his surgically repaired left ankle feels good and he expects to be the New York Yankees' starting shortstop on opening day.
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New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez may need a hip operation that would jeopardize his start to next season, ESPN.com reported Monday. Rodriguez, who struggled in the postseason, had surgery on his left hip in 2009. The New York Post first reported that Rodriguez may need a second surgery, but on his right hip. That operation might not happen until January, according...
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Yankees GM Brian Cashman reportedly lacked the authority to make any offers to free agents at the winter meetings without consulting team ownership first.
Alex Rodriguez appears headed for left hip surgery and is expected to miss part of the 2013 season, a major-league source confirmed to FOXSports.com.
Rodriguez is likely to undergo surgery in January, with a three- to six-month recovery thereafter. The procedure won't occur immediately because Rodriguez must first go through a prehabilitation regimen.
The news, first reported...
The Yankees might be earning headlines for their recent infield problems, but what has snuck in under the radar is New York’s need to shore up its outfield as well.
Cody Ross and Scott Hairston might change that, according to FOX Sports’ Jon Morosi, who says the Bronx Bombers are interested in the two as right-handed hitting outfield options.
While the Yankees are seemingly...
The third base market continues to clear. Eric Chavez is now off the market, as the Diamondbacks signed the veteran to a one-year, $3 million deal Wednesday.
As the contract suggests, Chavez is unlikely to be a full-time player in Arizona. However, given the myriad struggles the club experienced at third base last season, we can expect Chavez to play a significant role. He hit .281...