1. Alex Rodriguez Does NOT Hit Homer: Yankees Fans Given Reason To Rejoice

    The New York Yankees beat the Texas Rangers on Monday afternoon, and Alex Rodriguez did something he had not done in a very long time. A-Rod generated a multi-hit game for just the second time in 17 games, going 5-for-5 while driving in four runs...

    Stephen  Meyer Written by Stephen Meyer about 5 years ago 281 reads 15 comments

  2. Yankees Should Have Used LIFO Method When Handling Jonathan Albaladejo

    Yankees reliever Jonathan Albaladejo was ultimately the last player added to New York’s 25-man roster coming out of spring training...

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  3. CC Sabathia Is Proving To Be Worth Each of His 2,300,000,000 Pennies

    If it pitches like an ace, and it wins like an ace, and it’s paid like an ace—it must be an ace, right? For at least the first month of baseball’s marathon season, fans ...

    Stephen  Meyer Written by Stephen Meyer about 5 years ago 387 reads 33 comments

  4. The Francisco Cervelli Story: How an Unsung Hero Replaced an Unsung Hero

    It all started with events that could be described as nothing less dramatic than New York’s worst nightmare. Not only had the Yankees lost starting catcher and offensive juggernaut ...

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  5. In a Weekend Filled with Heroic Yankees, Alfredo Aceves Goes Unnoticed

    Amidst a sea of heroes and inspiration in the Bronx over the weekend, one quiet and unsung hero was left unnoticed. Yankees pitcher Alfredo Aceves helped to stabilize a bullpen recently diagnosed ...

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  6. Brett Gardner's Otherworldly Homer Proves More Powerful than Coincidence

    The only running Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner was anticipating on Friday would occur during pregame warm-up activities...

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  7. One Streak Ends, Another Is Admired: How Joe DiMaggio Redefined "56"

    Ryan Zimmerman grounded out sharply in his final at-bat of the night, realizing that San Francisco would be the final resting place of his prolonged accomplishment...

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  8. Shelley Duncan Deserves Pinstriped Resurrection, Matsui Needs Benching

    The relentless and inescapable injury plague has been contracted by yet another pair of Yankees contributors. It has begun to spread like a thick river of hot magma, waiting to devour and destroy anything still remaining in its path...

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  9. A.J. Burnett vs. Roy Halladay: When Pupil Is Forced To Face Professor

    Yankees starter A.J. “Don’t call me Carol” Burnett credits the Jays' Roy Halladay for completely altering his pitching style...

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  10. Yankees Lineup Dissected, Evaluated: Where Do the Bronx Bombers Stand?

    In the wake of countless college graduation ceremonies being performed across the Untied States, it is once again time to put the Yankees through the GPA gauntlet...

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  11. A-Rod Writes a Script Fit for the Oscars: Why We Can't Expect an Instant Encore

    Like a story fit for Hollywood, Alex Rodriguez launched the first pitch he saw in 2009 over the left field wall. Time seemed to stop momentarily as his bat connected with the pitch, and the Yankees quickly opened up a 3-0 first inning lead...

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  12. A Commitment to Yankee Mediocrity: A Fan's Pledge to Put Away His Razor

    Superstitions have forever been at the epicenter of baseball. They have ranged from Wade Boggs’ matchless poultry obsession to Roger Clemens’ need to marinate Babe Ruth’s statue in his forehead sweat...

    Stephen  Meyer Written by Stephen Meyer about 5 years ago 107 reads 7 comments

  13. New York Yankees Star in "Rip Van Winkle: A Baseball Tale"

    Steady and commanding rainfall attempted to halt the heartless nightmare of Yankees baseball on Wednesday night. It almost appeared as though the dark sky was crying the tears of dejected ...

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  14. Remembering Lou Gehrig: The Quiet, Forgotten Leader of "Murderers' Row"

    The 1927 Yankees are often considered to be the best baseball team ever assembled. Their lineup’s potency was unparalleled, earning them the intimidating nickname of “Murderers' Row...

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  15. Chien-Ming Wang Diagnosis: Foot is Still Catalyst of Disaster

    Yankees starter Chien-Ming Wang has once again shot himself in the foot. I mean this figuratively, of course, and am in no way insinuating another Plaxico Burress nightmare...

    Stephen  Meyer Written by Stephen Meyer about 5 years ago 320 reads 10 comments

  16. John Sterling: A Gaze into the Heart, Soul, and Mouth of Yankees Radio

    Most fans of baseball tend to recognize Mel Allen, Phil Rizzuto, or Bob Sheppard as the historical voice of the New York Yankees...

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  17. The New York Yankees April Awards Ceremony: Who Brings Home the Trophies?

    Inspired by Rob Abruzzese’s article: MVP of the Month: Derek Jeter—There are hitters on the Yankees roster with better stats and flashier personas, but Jeter continues to quietly dominate outside of a box score...

    Stephen  Meyer Written by Stephen Meyer about 5 years ago 192 reads 4 comments

  18. Yankees Awake to See May 1: Players Feel Differing Emotions

    As the clock struck midnight on Friday morning, the calendar had officially flipped over to the month of May. The Yankees awoke from a fulfilling night’s sleep, basking in the positivity of their recent three-game winning streak...

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  19. SI's Selena Roberts Haunts A-Rod for Money, Fame: Are They Really So Different?

    Word of a book destined to demoralize Alex Rodriguez and attack his credibility and character was common knowledge. We all knew that the author was Selena Roberts, a relentless leech who could not quite be plucked away from Rodriguez’s skin...

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  20. Joba Chamberlain's Intensity Reborn: Troubles Quickly Transition into Fist Pumps

    After loading the bases in the third inning, Joba Chamberlain appeared one pitch away from a disastrous outing. Chamberlain had already walked three batters, thrown just 43 percent of his pitches for strikes, and trailed 1-0...

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  21. Chien-Ming Who? Yankees' Phil Hughes Arrives Without Hype, As Advertised

    The Yankees were unsure of where their season stood, and even more unsure of what would become of their besieged pitching staff...

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  22. Yankees Amend Ticket Situation To Fill Empty Seats

    According to Mike Francesa of WFAN, the New York Yankees have made a bevy of adjustments to the 2009 ticket situation. Many fans and media personnel had voiced concerns over the almost embarrassing levels of empty seats in the new Yankee Stadium...

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  23. Justin-Credible: Verlander Unhittable as Yankees' Losing Streak Reaches Four

    The Yankees entered Comerica Park in Detroit riding a painful three-game losing streak. That pain continued to compound on itself, as yet another loss dropped them below .500 on the season...

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  24. The Man of "Steal": Jacoby Ellsbury Sends Yankees' Season into a Tailspin

    The Yankees had just suffered two of the more demoralizing defeats of their young season at the hands of the Boston Red Sox.Making things worse was the fact that the losses mimicked the emotional and physical collapse of the 2004 ALCS...

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  25. For Fans, Yankees Put the “Rage” in Courageous

    Coming into Friday’s opening game of the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry, New York was already struggling to find a clutch hit with runners on. They were hitting just ...

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