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Game 17: NYY vs. TB -- Bullpen implosion

Oh, I had such high hopes at the halfway point for this game…

I mentioned yesterday that certain games are harder to write about, including those where the Yankees get pummeled or when they just hand the game to the opposing team. 767 more words


Uncharacteristic breakdown by bullpen

One of the major questions facing the Yankees in 2014 was how they would deal with life without Mariano Rivera. Yet even with new closer David Robertson gone to the disabled list with a groin injury, the bullpen has been one of the Yankees’ strengths in the season’s first month. 431 more words

Holy Week…The End of the Beginning?

I need to share this song and the lyrics with you today as this recording by David Phelps, a Christian artist, says all you need to know about Jesus Christ and how he came, he lived and he died and how he did it all for you!  576 more words

Faith Journey

Pineda resembled his All-Star form from 2011 in his first start at Yankee Stadium

The Yankees beat the Red Sox 4-1 on Thursday night as Michael Pineda’s six near flawless innings led to a win in their first of 19 games against Boston. 713 more words


Game 10: BOS vs. NYY -- Trying to avoid distractions isn't always easy

Rivals in town, nearly a full house, a chilly and windy night in the Bronx. It’s the beginning of one of the most storied baseball weekends in the season — the first meeting of the year between the Yankees and the Red Sox. 665 more words


Pineda comeback gaining momentum

It certainly looks as if Michael Pineda is the real deal. The Yankees had to wait it out for the righthander to recover fully from shoulder surgery in May 2012, only four months after he was acquired in a trade from the Mariners that sent catching prospect Jesus Montero and pitcher Hector Noesi to Seattle. 384 more words

Mariano Rivera's replacement's replacement? Joe Girardi has no idea

David Robertson was the easy choice to replace Mariano Rivera as the Yankees’ closer, but now that Robertson is out with a groin injury manager Joe Girardi isn’t sure who’ll be taking over ninth-inning duties. 114 more words