1. Why We Owe Yankees an Apology on Phil Hughes, Joba Chamberlain

    I don't like admitting that I'm wrong. I put admission of error somewhere between getting a Novocaine-free root canal and being the Jim J. Bullock center square of a human centipede...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 4 years ago 477 reads 12 comments

  2. 10 Reasons Why Yankees-Red Sox Series Won't Please Joe West

    The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox square off this weekend at Fenway Park, the first meeting between the two rivals since umpire Joe West's controversial marks about the slow pace of play between the teams...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 4 years ago 622 reads 12 comments

  3. Why New York Yankees' Road to World Series Will Go Through Trainer's Room

    In the simplest of terms, things continue to move along exceedingly well for the New York Yankees. They won again on Monday, as CC Sabathia cruised through an Orioles lineup that seemed perfectly content with its three-game sweep of the Red Sox...

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  4. Is The Bullpen the Weak Link Of The New York Yankees?

    Everyone take a deep breath. Please remain calm. Promise me you won't give away your stereo, Whitesnake record and other possessions like the depressed guy from that one after-school special...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 4 years ago 1,771 reads 16 comments

  5. New York Yankees: Examining the Vazquez Conundrum

    I've been debating recently why it is that Javier Vazquez has been put on this Earth. If you asked Javier, he'd probably say he's here for his wife and three beautiful children. That would certainly make sense...

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  6. Old Guard Keeps Chugging Along for New York Yankees

    Let's start today with a little numbers exercise: Player A: .333 BA 1 HR 5 RBI .443 OBP .471 SLG Player B: .380 BA 3 HR 9 RBI .404 OBP .600 SLG Player A: 3...

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  7. Taking In the Sights at Yankee Stadium

    I love going to Yankee games. Love, love, love it. My feeling is probably similar to how Hank Steinbrenner reacts when the Phillip Morris Convention rolls into town. Pure titillation...

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  8. New York Yankees: An Opening Week Rundown

    It's six down, 156 to go for the Yankees, who escaped Boston and Tampa with a perfectly acceptable 4-2 record. With the home opener set for Tuesday, River & Sunset takes a look back on the first week of the 2010 season...

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  9. Umpire Right To Call Out New York Yankees-Boston Red Sox Bloat

    If you're a Yankee fan, there was plenty to be excited about following Wednesday's 2-1 rubber-game win against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. Curtis Granderson looks like a stud...

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  10. New York Yankees: 20 Thoughts on Opening Night

    If I were a maniacal WFAN caller, I'd probably be floating in the East River by now. Luckily, I'm not Vinny from Bay Ridge, so the Yankees coughing up roughly 12,000 leads in their 9-7 loss to the Red Sox on opening night won't drive me to despair...

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  11. New York Yankees Glossary of Terms: 2010 Edition

    With Opening Day on the horizon, River & Sunset once again offers Yankees fans a quick and easy way to get to know their team...

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  12. Top 10 Unsung Heroes in New York Yankees History

    Finding unsung heroes in the Yankees' landscape is difficult business. If you do something noteworthy in New York, chances are you'll be remembered for it...

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  13. New York Yankees: Future Begins Now For Joba Chamberlain, Phil Hughes

    When Joe Girardi opened camp last month, he made it clear that the fifth-starter job would be a wide-open competition...

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  14. Dominate Your Friends With CBS Sports Fantasy Baseball

    Everyone has a buddy who can't seem to walk away from a terrible girlfriend. You know the type. She spends all his money, puts him down in front of his friends, drinks like a fish, flirts with other guys...

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  15. Top 10 Pitching Perfomances in New York Yankees History

    When coming up with a list of the top 10 pitching performances in Yankees history, I stuck to a six-pack of very specific ground rules: 1) A perfect game is a free pass There have been only 16 in the modern era, and the Yankees have three of them...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 4 years ago 2,284 reads 31 comments

  16. Easy Does It: NY Yankees Put Their Faith in Robinson Cano

    Robinson Cano has a way of making things look easy on the baseball field. This is both his greatest blessing and biggest curse. New York sports fans don't like when things look easy...

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  17. New York Yankees All-Time Defensive Team

    Saying you watch the New York Yankees for their defensive prowess is like saying you watch Jersey Shore for the thoughtful and intelligent dialogue. In other words, you're not kidding anybody...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 4 years ago 2,314 reads 24 comments

  18. Javier Vazquez Works Off Blank Slate in Second New York Yankees Tour

    Javier Vazquez is the luckiest man in baseball right now, and he probably doesn't even know it. Imagine a World Series where Bad A.J. shows up instead of Good A.J...

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  19. 2010 MLB Predictions: Why Nick Johnson Can Be Trusted

    It's March, which means three things: 1) A friend or family member will do something (or someone) they regret on St. Patrick's Day; 2) Your genius will betray you in the form of busted NCAA brackets; and 3) You have a fantasy baseball draft on the horizon

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 4 years ago 1,189 reads 12 comments

  20. New York Yankees Cross Fingers on Latest A-Rod Mess

    With the meteoric rise of Jersey Shore and the "gorilla juiceheads" that the MTV hit so lovingly glorified, I was starting to believe that America had turned a corner in its collective stance on steroids...

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  21. Decoding the Language of Alex Rodriguez

    In every interview with Alex Rodriguez, there's always at least one moment where I shake my head in disbelief and think to myself, "My God, what a goober." It's become a cherished part of my Yankee fan experience these past six years...

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  22. Derek Jeter Right To Be Relaxed about Future in New York

    Today over at ESPN.com, sports fans from around the globe were shaken to the core by the headline "Jeter Wants To Remain Yankee." This is the equivalent of going over to CNN.com and seeing "Obama Wants To Remain President," or calling up TMZ...

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  23. Old Guard, New Test: New York Yankees Rely On Vets

    The 2009 postseason will forever provide fond memories for Yankees fans—a month of baseball that signaled the franchise's return to the apex of the sport...

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  24. New York Yankees: Brian Cashman in Complete Control

    I was watching In The Line Of Fire the other night, one of those great early 90s movies that time seems to have completely forgotten...

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  25. Mark Teixeira Is Not Like Us...And That's Okay

    Mark Teixeira is not human. You probably think I'm using this statement as a cute jumping-off point to wax poetic on how extraordinarily well Teixeira plays baseball, but you'd be incorrect...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 4 years ago 613 reads 24 comments