Monday, August 10, 2020

Derek Dietrich seems to be forgotten so far

For some reason, oh wait, we know why the Miami Marlins decided to get rid of Derek Dietrich. It all comes down to money. The Marlins decided to get rid of their longest-tenured player due to money. Despite making all of $2.8 million last season, the raise apparently was more than the Marlins were willing to pay. If designating...

It’s time for the Yankees to get a little Yangervis…Solarte that is

Bring Yangervis Home The 2018 season was not a good one for Yangervis Solarte. Fresh off a trade from the San Diego Padres to the Toronto Blue Jays, the utility infielder managed his worst season of his career. In 122 games, Solarte batted .226 / .277 / .378 with 17 home runs, 106 hits and 20 doubles. The .226 batting...

The era of Ronald Torreyes might have been short, but wonderful

On Monday afternoon, the New York Yankees acquired right-hander Parker Bridwell from the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. In a corresponding move, the team designated utility infielder Ronald Torreyes for assignment. The chances that Ronald Torreyes would have been non-tendered on Friday when the deadline comes were high. So it seemed likely that the Yankees were going to move...

Bronx Bummer: Why the Yankees failed in October

The New York Yankees failed to get past the Boston Red Sox in the ALDS and Brian Draus believes the blame should be placed on the starting pitching.

Larry Rothschild is a great coach, but it is time for a change

Larry Rothschild
The New York Yankees need a new voice instead of Larry Rothschild. Should the organization make a change with their pitching coach?

Yankees’ postseason cut short in miserable ALDS against Red Sox

After dropping the ALDS to the Boston Red Sox, we take a look back at what led the New York Yankees to this result.

The Yankees pickup of Adeiny Hechavarria is paying dividends

The New York Yankees and the Oakland Athletics played one hell of a game on Wednesday night. As you all know by now, the Yankees won 7-2 on the backs of sluggers Aaron Judge, Luke Voit and Giancarlo Stanton. While they and the bullpen will get all the airtime in the coverage of the game, there is a player...

Yankees advance to ALDS as offense erupts against in Wild Card Game

The Bomber bats came to life and the pitching impressed as the Yankees defeated Oakland by a score of 7-2, propelling them to the ALDS.

New York Yankees begin postseason with all the offense but questions about pitching

The New York Yankees complete the regular season and head into the Wildcard game with their most valuable pieces and one goal in mind: win.

A crazy tale of two September 22s in Yankees history

The New York Yankees had two games on September 22, six years apart, with quite similar connotations, writes Adam Seth Moss.
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