1. New York Yankees Free Agents Who Won't Get Paid This Offseason

    Well, looks like the New York Yankees are going to have extra time this offseason to figure out their roster. One of the things they'll need to do is decide who to bring back. The Yankees have a number of contracts coming off the books...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about almost 2 years ago 7,251 reads 9 comments

  2. New York Yankees: Who Should Start Game 1?

    Ah, October. It just feels right that the New York Yankees are going to have another eventful October. The first question they'll have to answer is who will pitch Game 1 of the ...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about almost 2 years ago 4,761 reads 7 comments

  3. 5 Reasons the New York Yankees Offense Is Not Built for October Success

    The New York Yankees are currently holding onto first place in the AL East for dear life. With a few more clutch games like the previous two, they should be able to make it to the playoffs...

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  4. NY Yankees: Tough Fight for AL East Will Help Bombers Prepare for Playoffs

    Things are not going well for the New York Yankees . They've only won seven of their last 20 games, and a once-strong lead in the AL East has slowly dwindled. The Bronx Bombers now face a fight to the death for first place in the division...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about almost 2 years ago 607 reads 9 comments

  5. New York Yankees: 10 Keys to Beating Orioles and Rays for the Division

    It's no secret that the New York Yankees are fading fast. A once comfortable lead has dwindled down to stress-inducing levels. They have a 4-6 record in their last 10 games. They have lost three of their last four series...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about almost 2 years ago 1,783 reads 13 comments

  6. Ranking the Most Disappointing New York Yankees Players of 2012

    September is soon upon us, as is postseason baseball. As people look forward to the glory that is October, I look back at the 2012 season remembering the expectations for the New York Yankees going into the season...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about almost 2 years ago 4,511 reads 12 comments

  7. Who Will Replace Derek Jeter as New York Yankees Shortstop?

    2014. That's the year Derek Jeter 's contract is up with the New York Yankees . After that season, Jeter can presumably, and likely will, walk away from the game of baseball...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about almost 2 years ago 10,091 reads 25 comments

  8. MLB Trade Speculation: Possible Waiver Targets for the New York Yankees

    August is the month for waiver trades where teams try to make some last-minute additions to bolster their team for the playoffs. The New York Yankees are one of those teams, and they really need to make some additions...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about 2 years ago 9,819 reads 14 comments

  9. New York Yankees Trades: Grading Brian Cashman's Trade Season

    It's been a week since the trade deadline. Brian Cashman stayed relatively quiet this season, and we're seeing the immediate results of his decisions. The New York Yankees have been on a bit of a slide lately, losing 10 of their last 17...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about 2 years ago 1,536 reads 3 comments

  10. 10 Reasons the Yankees Struck Out at the MLB Trade Deadline

    The trade deadline has come and gone, and the New York Yankees haven't, well, done much. They went out to plug some holes in the team, but those holes are still there for the most part...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about 2 years ago 4,184 reads 15 comments

  11. Yankees Trade Rumors: Why Matt Garza Is the Available Pitcher They Need Most

    With the New York Yankees recently solving their outfield troubles by acquiring Ichiro, it's time to focus on another one of their soft spots, starting pitching. Matt Garza is a name that has been linked to the Yankees for a while now...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about 2 years ago 3,861 reads 10 comments

  12. MLB Trade Rumors: 5 Available Righty Bats to Balance out NY Yankees Lineup

    It's no secret that the New York Yankees ' lineup is left-handed heavy. Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez serve as the lone, ahem, productive righty hitters in the everyday lineup...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about 2 years ago 7,566 reads 15 comments

  13. Power Ranking the MLB Teams Going into the Second Half Using Summer Blockbusters

    The 2012 All-Star Game is behind us which means it's time to start looking forward to the second half of the MLB regular season...

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  14. Predicting End-Year Stats for All 25 New York Yankees Players

    The All-Star break is here which means we're halfway there to seeing whether or not all of those preseason predictions will come true or not. Of course, it's a lot easier to predict something once you have some basis for it...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about 2 years ago 3,464 reads 22 comments

  15. 10 Signs New York Yankees' June Pitching Dominance Is No Fluke

    June seems to be the month when the New York Yankees put it all together. Their offense is blasting home runs, the bullpen is holding down leads, and the starting pitching is dominating opposing teams...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about 2 years ago 562 reads 4 comments

  16. Yankees Trade Scenarios: 10 Outfield Targets If Brett Gardner Doesn't Return

    With Brett Gardner out another three to four weeks, some people are wondering if he'll ever make it back at all. After playing just nine games, Gardner went on the DL and has experienced setbacks prolonging his stint on the DL...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about 2 years ago 6,569 reads 10 comments

  17. MLB Trade Talk: 10 Yankee Problems That the Trade Deadline Won't Solve

    We're a little more than a month away from the trade deadline. That means teams will start looking for trades to make to upgrade their teams either for the short term or the long run, and that includes the New York Yankees ...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about 2 years ago 3,971 reads 4 comments

  18. Is It Time for the New York Yankees to Give Up Hope on Phil Hughes?

    The sun may be setting on Phil Hughes' career as a New York Yankee. Ever since he was called up to the majors in 2007, Phil Hughes has been consistently inconsistent...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about 2 years ago 1,121 reads 10 comments

  19. Assigning Blame to Each Member of the New York Yankee's Lineup

    Playing for the New York Yankees comes with high expectations. When those expectations aren't met, people start pointing fingers and passing out the blame...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about 2 years ago 3,234 reads 5 comments

  20. 10 Creative Ways to Wake the New York Yankees from Their RISP Nightmares

    Much like how everyone knows The Avengers is a great movie, Monopoly money isn't accepted at McDonald's, and rock beats scissors, everyone knows the New York Yankees have some issues with runners in scoring position...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about 2 years ago 1,924 reads 5 comments

  21. New York Yankees Free Agents: Why Nick Swisher Should Take a "Hometown Discount"

    2014. That’s the year Hal Steinbrenner said the New York Yankees payroll will drop to $189 million, and unless Nick Swisher takes a pay cut, he’s not going to figure into their plans for the future...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about over 2 years ago 3,192 reads 12 comments

  22. New York Yankees: Why They Desperately Need a Blockbuster Trade This Summer

    It's interesting how fast things can change. Roughly two weeks ago, the New York Yankees were riding high from beating their hated rivals the Boston Red Sox . They were on a roll and things seemed like they were going to come together for the team...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about over 2 years ago 9,221 reads 28 comments

  23. Derek Jeter: Why Yankees Captain's First Batting Title Is in the Bag in 2012

    O Captain! My Captain! Derek Jeter is looking more like the Jeter of old in terms of his hitting. He's swinging the bat as well as anybody in the majors, with the exception of the godly Matt Kemp, of course...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about over 2 years ago 2,232 reads 13 comments

  24. 12 Things We Learned from 2012's First Yankees-Red Sox Rivalry Clash

    The conclusion of the first battle between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox is on hold, but we've already seen enough to say that this rivalry is going to be a little one-sided this year...

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  25. Andy Pettitte: 10 Reasons the Yankees Need Him Back ASAP

    Andy Pettitte shocked the baseball world by coming out of retirement for one more go-around with the New York Yankees . Here's currently building his way back up to major-league status, but the Yankees kind of need him now...

    Joe Acampado Written by Joe Acampado about over 2 years ago 2,271 reads 2 comments