Why Has Ellsbury Hit the Skids?

Why Has Ellsbury Hit the Skids?

Big part of the New York Yankees offense that needs to get going is Jacoby Ellsbury. He’s been in a pretty bad slump that’s gone a bit under the radar with all the injuries grabbing the headlines. But Ellsbury’s batting average has taken a huge dip...
The Tanaka Infograph

The Tanaka Infograph

Masahiro Tanaka has been living up to the hype so far, definitely as advertised. His numbers are equally as impressive as his in game demeanor. I’m a fan of infographics, and I came across my first Tanaka infograph this morning. It comes courtesy of infograph...
Onward and Upward for Sabathia

Onward and Upward for Sabathia

There are a lot of CC Sabathia doubters out there, and I’ll admit at times I tend to be one of them. Complaints about his velocity, and that he’s not the same pitcher anymore. Yes those people are right, he’s not the same pitcher, but he’s...
Back to basics for Wells

Back to basics for Wells

They say Baseball is a game of adjustments. You have to constantly adjust because your opponent is doing the same thing, almost like a cat and mouse game. For a few seasons, Vernon Wells lost himself – getting away from the player that earned a seven-year $126...
Jose Campos – Mechanics Breakdown

Jose Campos – Mechanics Breakdown

Jose Vicente (Carnota) Campos Bats: Right, Throws: Right Height: 6′ 4″, Weight: 195 lb. Born: July 27, 1992 in La Guaira, VE (Age 19) Minor League Service Time: 2 years The Seattle Mariners traded Jose along with Michael Pineda last week to the New Yankees...