Tags » New York Yankees

Talkin' Bout Tanaka (and Lots of Other Stuff)

First off, how is everyone?

After two long, long days without baseball, Yankees fans were treated to a gem this afternoon from Tanaka. I’ve read all the internet trolls who still say he’s overrated, and yes there has been a lot of hype for him, but he has 28 strikeouts through his first three starts, which is a… 563 more words

Baseball

Moments: On not being able to care everything

The New York Yankees, my favorite baseball team, played the Boston Red Sox on Sunday night. ESPN broadcast the game. I remember seeing the two teams were on TV and thinking, “Ugh. 846 more words

Popular Culture

Substance Abuse, NY Style: Yankees Pitcher Puts the 'Pine' in 'Pineda'

Michael Pineda stymied the Red Sox tonight, but what's that goo on his hand? nyp.st/1efc1vK http://t.co/6kgbMRZRPc
New York Post Sports (@nypostsports) April 11, 2014…

450 more words
New York Yankees

So, let's talk about CC...

We all saw it.

Unless you’re not one of the Yankee faithful and changed the channel, you saw the quick unraveling of our ace during the first two innings against probably one of the worst teams in baseball (they lost 111 games last year, I’m not making an uneducated assumption here.) 504 more words

Baseball

Yankees guildlines to make the postseason

In 2013 the New York Yankees had a record of 85-77, which made them 12 games behind the Red Sox for first place.  Tied for third place with the Baltimore Orioles, they went out and spent half a billion dollars in the off-season. 628 more words

Mlb

New York Yankees Needs

The Yankees are back to being the Bronx Bombers.  They spent over half a billion dollars this off-season trying to add to the team.  The big signings were pitcher Masahiro Tanaka, outfielders Jacoby Ellsbury, Carlos Beltran, and backstop Brian McCann.   488 more words

New York Yankees

Shedding the Winter Padding: The Spring Training Weight Debate

When MLB teams report for Spring Training is seems like a player is either overweight or “in the best shape of his life.” There’s never any middle ground, and this year is no different. 530 more words

#baseball