1. MLB Recap: The Orioles-Yankees Series

    The Orioles came into Yankee Stadium leading the AL East by one game and, thanks to the Yankees, left it trailing by one game. It's early, of course, but no matter what time of year it is, Yankee fans love the sound of "first-place Yankees...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about over 3 years ago 11 reads 0 comments

  2. New York Yankees: Looking Back at the Red Sox Series

    In and of itself, a first series loss of the season isn't such a bad thing. But when it comes at the hands of the Boston Red Sox it is bad; when it comes against a Red Sox team that went into the series 0-6 it is downright depressing...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about over 3 years ago 24 reads 0 comments

  3. Manny Ramirez: A Question For the Ex-MLB Star

    Former MLB slugger Manny Ramirez is either really, really dumb, or he just doesn't care. As everyone knows, he retired yesterday after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about over 3 years ago 45 reads 0 comments

  4. Phil Hughes: No Answers

    Everything is fine, he says. He's not hurt. He's not fatigued. It's nothing mechanical. Why, then, has Phil Hughes lost the velocity on his fastball? No one has an answer, and that has me scratching my head...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about over 3 years ago 36 reads 0 comments

  5. New York Yankees: Recap of Twins Series

    The New York Yankees ate some Twinkies this week. Here's how they tasted: Highlights 1. In his first start of the season Ivan Nova gave the Yankees six innings, something he could never manage to do last year...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about over 3 years ago 9 reads 0 comments

  6. Rafael Soriano Implodes, Doesn't Face Reporters

    Last night's Yankee loss left a really bad taste in my mouth. That taste became worse this morning when I read the end of Mike Feinsand's column in the Daily News : "...I can't tell you how Soriano will handle his implosion...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about over 3 years ago 28 reads 0 comments

  7. New York Yankees: Looking Back on the Opening Day Series vs. the Detroit Tigers

    The 2011 Yankees appear to be off to a good start after taking two out of three in their opening series against the Detroit Tigers. Here are my thoughts on the series: Highlights 1...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about over 3 years ago 117 reads 0 comments

  8. MLB Opening Day: An Old Friend

    I watched ESPN's "Mike and Mike" this morning and heard Mike Greenberg liken the return of baseball to seeing an old friend that you haven't seen in a long time. He hit the nail right on the head...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about over 3 years ago 41 reads 0 comments

  9. Thoughts About The Yankees 2011 Rotation

    With Opening Day now less than a week away, the New York Yankees appear to be finalizing their pitching staff, particularly their five-man rotation. This finalization, and what they apparently will go to war with, has got me worried...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about over 3 years ago 1,104 reads 11 comments

  10. MLB 2011 New York Yankees: Curtis Granderson And Twitter

    The thing that I am enjoying most about Spring Training this year isn't taking place on the field (At least, I hope it isn't), It has nothing to do with any of the Yankee prospects, ...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about almost 4 years ago 201 reads 0 comments

  11. MLB: New York Yankees Prospects: Curbing My Enthusiasim For The Killer B's

    Manny Banuelos, Dellin Betances and Andrew Brackman. The Killer B's. These three Yankee pitching prospects are turning heads down in Spring Training right now...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about almost 4 years ago 463 reads 1 comments

  12. NY Yankees: Robinson Cano Plus Scott Boras Equals Request for Contract Extension

    Interesting post about Robinson Cano yesterday on the LoHud Yankees Blog. Cano talked about the great year he had last year and his plans for this year...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about almost 4 years ago 202 reads 0 comments

  13. Andy Pettitte Retires: Cliff Lee's Role

    So, I watched Andy Pettitte announce his retirement today. A class act. Some thoughts: One of the big questions was whether or not he will stay retired. Will he come back and pitch at some point? He did utter the three magic words, "Never say never...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about almost 4 years ago 110 reads 0 comments

  14. Will Rafael Soriano Be a Problem for the Yankees?

    Bill Madden of the New York Daily News is reporting that Rafael Soriano has a bad attitude and "was hated by almost everyone in Tampa Bay last year...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about almost 4 years ago 961 reads 4 comments

  15. Andy Pettitte And His Future

    If we are to believe what we read , Andy Pettitte still has not made up his mind as to whether he'll pitch in 2011, although he is leaning toward retirement; from what I've been reading on blogs and on Twitter, most Yankee fans want him to return...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about almost 4 years ago 140 reads 0 comments

  16. Russell Martin: Minor Surgery Needed

    According to the LoHud Yankees Blog , Russell Martin will be having knee surgery due to a slightly torn meniscus discovered during his physical this week. They expect him to be ready for Spring Training...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about 4 years ago 77 reads 0 comments

  17. Cliff Lee: Whether Yanks Sign Him or Not, It's a No-Win Situation

    In my previous post I said that if Cliff Lee wants six years the Yankees don't need him. Well, as everyone knows, they have offered him a seven-year deal. Crazy...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about 4 years ago 94 reads 0 comments

  18. New York Yankees: Thoughts on Derek Jeter's Deal With the Team

    So the Jeter deal is complete. Was there any doubt that it wouldn't be? Anyone who thought he would go elsewhere needs to have his or her head examined. Derek Jeter is the face of the New York Yankees...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about 4 years ago 117 reads 0 comments

  19. Robinson Cano Gets No First-Place Votes for AL MVP: What a Travesty

    I knew Robinson Cano would not win the AL MVP Award. I knew that Josh Hamilton had the better year. So, I wasn't surprised when the announcement came down yesterday that Hamilton was the winner...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about 4 years ago 460 reads 0 comments

  20. New York Yankees: Posada As DH and Jeter's Gold Glove

    Well, that was easy. According to the Daily News , Jorge Posada was told by Yankees GM Brian Cashman that he'll be the DH in 2011. I was expecting a fight or something...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about 4 years ago 95 reads 0 comments

  21. New York Yankees: Posada Should Take a Lesson from Girardi

    Jorge Posada plans to be the starting catcher in 2011. There is just one problem with that: He can't do it anymore. It's time to hand the reins over to someone else. Whether that someone else is Jesus Montero remains to be seen...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about 4 years ago 19 reads 0 comments

  22. ALCS: Pressure's On In Game 3

    I live in an area affected by the Cablevision/FOX fiasco, which means I haven't seen one pitch of the NLCS. If this keeps up I'll miss part or all of the World Series. If the Yankees advance and this thing is not resolved I don't know what I will do...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about 4 years ago 71 reads 0 comments

  23. ALCS Preview: Yankees vs Rangers

    So, I got my wish. I wanted the Rays done away with and they were. Thank you Texas Rangers. Will this come back to haunt me? We'll see...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about 4 years ago 56 reads 1 comments

  24. Between Series: Some Thoughts

    I predicted the Yankees-Twins ALDS to go five games with the Yankees advancing to the ALCS by the skin of their teeth. I had the Twins giving them a lot of trouble because they are so much better this year...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about 4 years ago 95 reads 0 comments

  25. ALDS Preview: Yankees vs Twins

    Well, this time I was right . The Yankees didn't win the AL East. They are the AL Wild Card and will face the Minnesota Twins. I didn't want the Yankees to win the East. Cliff Lee twice in a short series? Scary...

    Bernadette Pasley Written by Bernadette Pasley about 4 years ago 213 reads 0 comments