1. Melky Cabrera: The Best No. 9 Hitter in Baseball

    The New York Yankees traded center fielder Melky Cabrera to the Atlanta Braves in December. In doing so, they traded away the best No. 9 hitter in baseball. Last season, Cabrera played in 35 games, in which he hit in the nine spot...

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  2. Brett Gardner Daily Update No. 9

    Brett Gardner sat in Manager Joe Girardi's office at the New York Yankees training facility in Tampa. Gardner was bent at the waist with his head in his hands. It was difficult to tell, but he may have been sobbing...

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  3. New York Yankees are Messing with Joba and Hughes Again

    Today's New York Post reported in two separate articles that the New York Yankees are considering putting Joba Chamberlain back in the bull pen...

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  4. John Wall: Can Fans Remember That These Are Still Just Kids?

    John Wall is 19 years old. One year ago, John Wall was trying to figure out which girl to ask to the prom. John Wall is about 500 miles away from his home in Raleigh, NC. John Wall is on the cover of magazine after magazine...

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  5. Brett Gardner Daily Update No. 8

    As Joe Girardi was walking around the Yankees training facility in Tampa on Tuesday, he kept noticing pieces of cloth in different spots on the outfield grass...

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  6. Analyzing New York Yankee Pitching for 2010

    A mix of reliable veterans and good young arms make the 2010 Yankee pitching staff a point of strength for the coming year...

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  7. Analyzing New York Yankee Pitching for 2010

    A good mix of veterans and young arms give the New York Yankee pitching staff a chance to be a strong suit for the team in its chase of Number 28. Three veteran starters return from the 2009 team to give the Yankees a lot of experience...

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  8. Analyzing New York Yankee Pitching for 2010

    A good mix of veterans and young arms give the New York Yankee pitching staff a chance to be a strong suit for the team in its chase of Number 28. Three veteran starters return from the 2009 team to give the Yankees a lot of experience...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Perry Arnold about over 4 years ago 1,146 reads 12 comments

  9. Brett Gardner Daily Update No. 7

    Joe Girardi wandered down to the batting cage at the Yankees training facility in Tampa with his early morning coffee in his hand. Not fully awake yet, Joe noticed Kevin Long leaning back against a post and apparently dozing...

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  10. Brett Gardner Daily Update No. 6

    Joe Girardi drove up to the Yankee training facility in Tampa on Monday morning. As he stepped out of his car he heard the sound of hammers and a Skil saw...

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  11. Brett Gardner Daily Update No. 5 (Humor)

    Joe Girardi's phone rang early this morning. It was Kevin Long, the New York Yankees hitting coach. "Hey Kevy. How's the bunting going with Gardy?" "Not as well as you'd like. And Andy and Mo hate being here just to pitch to this guy...

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  12. The Derek Jeter Era Is About As Good As the New York Yankees Have Ever Been

    Derek Jeter came to the New York Yankees in 1996. Since his arrival, the team has missed the playoffs only one time. They have played in seven World Series and won five of them...

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  13. Johnny Damon Implies New York Yankees Should Sign Conan O'Brien

    Hey, Brian Cashman, have you noticed? Conan O'Brien is a free agent. Yesterday in an interview on WFAN, ex-New York Yankee, Johnny Damon, seemed to imply that maybe Cash should contact Conan's agent...

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  14. Brett Gardner Daily Update No. 4 (Humor)

    Brett Gardner left Holly Hills, S.C., and showed up at the Yankees training facility in Tampa today. One Yankee insider revealed that Joe Girardi had called hitting coach Kevin Long and ordered Long to be in Tampa tomorrow at 6:00 a...

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  15. Analyzing The Changes In The New York Yankees Offense For 2010

    The most frequent starting batting order for the New York Yankees in 2009 was Derek Jeter, Johnny Damon, Mark Teixeira, Alex Rodriguez, Hideki Matsui, Jorge Posada, Robinson Cano, Nick Swisher and Melky Cabrera...

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  16. Brett Gardner Daily Update No. 3

    Yankees manager Joe Girardi was seen last night wandering the back streets of Holly Hill, South Carolina in search of Brett Gardner...

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  17. Johnny Damon and the Pork Chop Analogy

    A lady walks into a butcher shop and asks: "How much are the pork chops?" The butcher says: "$1.89 a pound." "$1.89?" The woman asks in shock. "I can get them down the street for $1.69." "So who sent for you?" the butcher asks...

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  18. Randy Winn's Affect on the New York Yankees

    Yankees general manager Brian Cashman finally gave up on bringing Johnny Damon back to the Bronx. In fact, there are some very strong arguments to be made that Cashman never did intend to bring Damon back...

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  19. Brett Gardner Daily Update No. 2

    Yesterday, Yankee manager Joe Girardi announced that Brett Gardner will likely be the starting center fielder when the new season begins and that Curtis Granderson would be shifted to left...

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  20. Brett Gardner Daily Update

    For all those fans out there who absolutely love Brett Gardner, I have decided to do a frequent (maybe even daily) post on "Gardy...

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  21. How Good Is Brett Gardner?

    A lot of discussion about the New York Yankees has been about their outfield—how good it will be in 2010, and whether Brett Gardner is really a major league starter...

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  22. For What Have Cashman and Hal Been Saving New York Yankees' Money?

    In the past the New York Yankees have not hesitated to spend money like drunken sailors. But in this offseason the Yanks have repeatedly said they are operating within a budget. So the question must be asked...

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  23. The 2010 New York Yankees: One Fan's Predictions

    In about 70 days, the Yankees will open the new baseball season in Fenway Park. This fan, whose opinions are no better and probably worse than other Yankee fan's, has given some thought to what we can expect of the new version of our favorite team...

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  24. Johnny Damon: Did You Notice What Shane Victorino Did This Week?

    Johnny Damon, it is time you woke up and smelled the coffee. Scott Boras, it is time you realized that your time fooling every General Manager in baseball is over. Take a look at what happened this week...

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  25. Francisco Cervelli's Contribution to the Yankees: How Great Can It Be?

    During the 2009 baseball season, Jorge Posada and Jose Molina went on the disabled list within about a week of each other and the Yankees were out of catchers. At that time, the only other catcher on the Yankees 40-man roster was Francisco Cervelli...

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