Game 106: Gardner Gets Garcia The Win

Brett Gardner got one hit today but he came through when the situation was best. With the bases loaded, Gardner drove a ball down the right field line to clear the bases and get to 3rd with a triple. Freddy Garcia continues providing quality outings for the Yankees. Garcia went 6 innings and allowed 2 […]

Game 105: Take 2 In Record Ways

With a win already in the standings, the Yankees added a second win with a sweep of the doubleheader against the Baltimore Orioles. You could say that the game was over from the 1st inning as the Yankees set a franchise high for runs scored in the 1st inning with 12. 7 singles, 2 walks, […]

Game 104: Yankees Take 1st Of 2

Bartolo Colon endured 5 innings in which he didn’t have his sharpest pitches but enough to get the win in the first of today’s doubleheader. Nick Swisher had a big game as he drove in 2 on a home run in the 4th. Ryan Nakada @adakannayr

Game 103: Long Ball Burns Burnett

The long ball got to A.J. Burnett tonight as 3 of the 4 Orioles’ runs scored on the two-run home run of Mark Reynolds and solo home run of Derrek Lee. If it was not for the home runs, A.J. Burnett had a great outing. He went 8 innings with 10 strikeouts. Unfortunately for the […]

Soriano Activated from DL


Yankees activated RHP Rafael Soriano from the 60-day disabled list. Soriano hasn’t pitched with the Yankees since May 13 due to right elbow soreness. The high-priced reliever was a complete disaster before going on the disabled list, posting a 5.40 ERA and 10/11 K/BB ratio over 15 innings. It’s likely he’ll have to earn his […]

Series Preview: Orioles vs Yankees


As the trade deadline quickly approaches (this Sunday at 4pm) the Yankees have decisions to make o n their starting rotation, bullpen and lineup. As the front office is making calls to other teams, the Yankees will be on the field against Baltimore in a four game weekend series in the Bronx. The series includes […]

Why Bedard makes sense for the Yankees

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While landing Ubaldo Jimenez would certainly make a bigger splash, another available pitcher would probably make more sense for the Yankees: Erik Bedard. No, Bedard is not as good of a pitcher as Jimenez, and no, he does not have as much upside.  He can however still be a productive pitcher and comes at a […]

Game 102: King Ends Record Skid

With the Mariners on a franchise-high, 17-game losing streak, the ball was in the hand of the reigning Cy Young award winner, Felix Hernandez. “King” Felix has shown dominance when pitching under the bright lights of New York as he posts a 3-0 record in this incarnation of Yankee Stadium without allowing a run. The […]

Game 101: CC K’s 14 To His 15th

From the beginning of the game, CC Sabathia looked untouchable. Not only did Sabathia have 7 consecutive strikeouts of his career-high 14, but he was untouchable for 6.1 innings. His attempt at perfection ended by Brendan Ryan’s 2-0 single. As you watched the game progress, it was clear that all of his pitches were on […]

Jesus Montero: Prospect Spotlight


  Jesus Montero Full Name: Jesus Alejandro Montero Born: 11/28/1989 Birthplace: Guacara, Venezuela Height: 6′ 3″ Weight: 235 Bats: R Throws: R 2011 Season Team League AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SWB INT .282 78 305 33 86 15 1 8 42 127 […]

Game 100: Offense & Errors Make For 16 L’s

Despite a nearly two hour rain delay, the Yankees bats showed no laziness. The Yankees scored 10 runs with the assistance of the Mariners poor defense. The Mariners could not defend the two home runs of the night by Mark Teixeira and Derek Jeter. Freddy Garcia continued to provide consistent sets of innings as he […]

Series Preview: Mariners vs Yankees


After winning their first series after the All-Star break by taking two out of three from the Athletics, the Yankees welcome the Seattle Mariners into town. The Mariners are currently experiencing a 15-game losing streak, which ties their franchise record. This looks to be a great chance for the Yankees to try to sweep and […]

Game 99: Colon Getting Right

Bartolo Colon went 7 innings and allowed 2 runs, an outing good enough to get him his 2nd win since returning from the disabled list. The Yankees offense knocked Gio Gonzalez out of the game quickly as he surrendered 6 runs over 4.2 innings with 111 pitches. Curtis Granderson hit a no-doubt, two-run home run […]

Game 98: Long Ball Burns Burnett

Following the outbursts of the Yankees, the Yankees pitching let the offensively-limited Athletics score 3 of their 4 runs on the home run. The Yankees offense did not bring out the same firepower they let loose upon the Athletics yesterday. There was an attempt at a rally that fell short by 1 run. The hot […]

Game 97: Hot Bats On Hot Night

With the temperatures reaching 100, the Yankees bats got hot too. The Yankees scored a total of 17 runs amidst last night’s heat wave through New York. The Yankees managed to score a total of 14 runs in the 2nd & 3rd innings last night. The highlights of this tremendous outburst took place in the […]

Series Preview: Athletics vs Yankees


Heading home from a 4-4 road trip to start the second half of the season might be exactly what the Yankees need to get back on track. They welcome the Oakland Athletics in for a three game series that starts tonight at the stadium. The 43-55 A’s sit 12.5 games back in the American League […]

Game 96: Birthday Boy Beaten

On CC Sabathia’s 31st birthday, he got to go head-to-head with one of the best in the game right now, James Shields. Their previous encounter was a 1-0 game determined on an unearned run due to an error by the pitcher. Tonight’s game was just as close but with better defense as no errors were […]

Phil Hughes: Mechanics Breakdown

Phil Hughes Mechanics Breakdown

Phil Hughes: Better suited to be a Starter or Reliever? That is the proverbial mystery, wrapped in a riddle, inside an enigma because he has the mental make up to be a successful starter, but is lacking the mechanics to be a big innings eater in the rotation. This will be one of those questions […]

Game 95: Garcia & Granderson Get The W

Curtis Granderson’s good and bad adventures in Tropicana Field continued tonight. The good opened the game with a two-run home run. The bad included his assistance from leftfielder Brett Gardner on fly balls due to difficulties with the dome. Then the good returned when Granderson was forced to field a long drive by Evan Longoria, […]

Ivan Nova Put on DL | Chavez Update

Via Alden Gonzalez |  | ST. PETERSBURG Joe Girardi isn’t particularly sure how Ivan Nova’s right ankle injury occurred, or how long he’ll be out because of it, but he knows one thing: Tests on the injury Nova suffered Tuesday night came back negative. “Which is a good thing,” Girardi said. “I don’t know […]