1. Joe Girardi Does Not Have a Clue

    I got home from work yesterday and thought I had a migraine headache. I turned on YES to see what Mike Francesca was up to, and I knew that the headache was only about to begin. Francesca was literally laughing at the Yankees starting lineup...

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  2. Why Joba Chamberlain Shoulda Stuck It In Huff's Ear!

    In the first inning of the Yankees-Orioles game in Baltimore yesterday, O's first baseman Aubrey Huff hit a three run homer off Yankee starter Joba Chamberlain. Then, as he rounded first base, Huff looked right at Joba and made an exaggerated fist pump..

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  3. Have Robinson Cano's Bad Habits Returned?

    Through the first 23 games Yankee second baseman, Robinson Cano, was on fire. After the Yankees 10-9 win over the Angels on May 1, Robbie was hitting .378 and had an incredible number of multiple hit games...

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  4. Yankees Bullpen: "Lak a Bawx O' Chawklets"

    Forrest Gump: "Momma said, "Life is Lak a Bawx O' Chawklets. Ya nevah know what yer gonna get." Wednesday night Michael Kay on YES Network said New York Yankee Manager, Joe Girardi never knew what he was going to get out of his bullpen...

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  5. With Posada Going to DL, Who Are The Yankees' Catching Prospects?

    It has just been reported that New York Yankee catcher, Jorge Posada, will go on the disabled list after re-injuring his right hamstring in last night's game against Boston. Posada had two hits in the game to raise his season average to ...

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  6. Jorge Posada Goes to Disabled List

    Breaking news! New York Yankees catcher Jorge Posada will go on the disabled list because of a problem with his right hamstring muscle...

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  7. Analyzing the New York Yankees' Catchers: Jorge Posada Vs Jose Molina

    The New York Yankees have played 22 games. Their record stands at 12-10. Of those games, Jorge Posada has started 13 games as catcher and Jose Molina has been behind the plate in nine games. The Yankees record in games Posada has started at catcher is 7-6

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  8. Joba Chamberlain Back in the Zone for the New York Yankees

    Joba Chamberlain got his first win of the young baseball season last night in the rubber match of a three-game set in Detroit. Chamberlain pitched seven innings, giving up only three hits and one earned run...

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  9. Yankees Need The Right Melky Cabrera

    Over the past four years, New York Yankee fans have seen several Melky Cabrera's. There was the one we saw when he first arrived in 2005 in what was heralded as the beginning of the Melky Cabrera era in New York...

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  10. Joe Girardi: Should the Underachieving Yankees' Skipper Be Replaced?

    The New York Yankees have struggled to a .500 record after three weeks of the young baseball season. It seems as though matters are worse than their record would indicate. In three of the games, the Yankees have truly been embarrassed...

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  11. How Long Can the Yankees Continue to Experiment With Brett Gardner?

    Brett Gardner was chosen to start in centerfield for the New York Yankees coming out of Spring Training. The team now has 18 games under its belt and the record is 9-9...

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  12. David Ortiz Set The Stage For Boston Red Sox Sweep of New York Yankees

    David Ortiz finished last night's game hitting .222. But he has a lot to smile about. His Red Sox completed a three game sweep of their hated rivals, the New York Yankees. And more than that, Boston humiliated New York...

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  13. David Ortiz Warns Joba Chamberlain Not to Throw at Sox Hitters: Is He Serious?

    Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz was quoted Thursday as warning New York Yankees pitcher Joba Chamberlain not to throw at Boston's Kevin Youkilis and to play the game the right way...

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  14. Do Yankee Ghosts Haunt The New Yankee Stadium?

    During the 2003 American League Championship Series, New York Yankee captain Derek Jeter told Aaron Boone to wait until the ghosts came out in the Stadium...

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  15. New York Yankees Finish Bizarre Opening Stand with Wild Game

    The New York Yankees finished the first homestand in "The Palace" last night in what was supposed to be an afternoon game. The game went 14 innings and was just three minutes short of five hours long...

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  16. My Friend from Nepal Visits Yankee Stadium

    My friend Moorphrang is from Nepal and he recently visited me. In order to introduce him to some true American culture, I decided to take him to see an afternoon game at Yankee Stadium...

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  17. New York Yankees Must Strengthen Their Bench

    After the Saturday debacle when they were beaten by the Cleveland Indians 22-4, the New York Yankees made a roster move to add yet another bullpen pitcher to their team...

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  18. The New York Yankees' Grades Two Weeks into the Season

    The 2009 Major League Baseball season is two weeks old. The New York Yankees are 7-6 after a brutal 10-day road trip and one home series in their new palace...

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  19. Carl Pavano: Everything The Yankees Expected

    In the winter of 2004 the Yankees signed Carl Pavano. He was much ballyhooed and there were great expectations for him when he came to New York...

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  20. Nick Swisher Gives Yankees Unexpected Options

    Nick Swisher was acquired in the off-season to play first base for the New York Yankees. Swisher was coming off a less than respectable season in Chicago, where he finished with a .219 batting average...

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  21. Derek Jeter Shows He Is the Yankees' Leader

    The New York Yankees were embarrassed by the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday night. The score was 15-5, but the loss seemed even worse than that. The picture of Nick Swisher taking the mound made some laugh...

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  22. Joe Girardi Too Inconsistent to Be Yankee Manager For Long

    The New York Yankees have played eight games. All have been on the road. The Yankees lost two to Baltimore before winning the final game of that series. Then they traveled to Kansas City and won the first two before losing the final game on Sunday

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  23. Yankees-Rays: NY Stars Shine Bright Under Tropicana Dome

    The New York Yankees defeated the American League champion, Tampa Bay Rays, 7-2 Tuesday night under the dome at Tropicana Field. Despite the artificial covering of the domed stadium, a number of Yankee stars shined bright this night...

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  24. Analyzing Jorge Posada As a Catcher

    A couple of days ago, I wrote an article, the central theme of which was that Jorge Posada is the worst defensive catcher in baseball. To say the least, the article was not well received by the critics...

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  25. Jorge Posada Is the Worst Catcher in Baseball

    Yesterday was Opening Day in Baseball. The New York Yankees opened in Camden Yards and lost 10-5 to the Baltimore Orioles. Free agent, multi-millionaire pitcher C.C. Sabathia was just awful for the Yankees...

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