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Spring Game 24: NYM vs. NYY -- New York won... just the other one

Okay,┬ábefore the game today, I heard some guy attempt a humorous observation: “Hey, I think a New York team is going to win today’s game.” Thank you, Captain Obvious. 859 more words


Masahiro Tanaka was very effective in his spring training debut

On Thursday night, Masahiro Tanaka had a promising first start of spring training. The Yankees ended up beating the Atlanta Braves, 3-2, and he threw two perfect innings, striking out a pair and getting four weak ground balls. 606 more words


Spring Game 11: Tanaka's flawless debut sets the evening pace

If you didn’t know who was pitching on arrival, it would have become very obvious based on the increase of Japanese media. Masahiro Tanaka, still a major star back home in Japan,┬ámade his Spring debut tonight against the visiting Braves before a sold-out crowd. 654 more words


Spring Game 6: NYY vs. HOU -- A mega win in the end

Yet another reason baseball is reflective of life — it’s not necessarily how you start or even the terrible things that happen on the way that matter, but rather how it ends. 725 more words


Spring Games 4 & 5: NYY vs. PHI & PIT vs. NYY -- Split, sometimes soggy or chilly, decisions

Today was a long day for the Yankees in many respects. They played what essentially was a distance doubleheader — meaning they had an afternoon game in one location (against the Phillies across Tampa Bay in Clearwater) and an evening game in Tampa at home. 799 more words


Previewing the 2015 Yankees Depth Chart: Second Basemen

The Starter: Stephen Drew (.162/.237/.299 ~ -0.9 WARP)

It is easy to understand why many Yankee fans were not thrilled with the recent signing of Stephen Drew to a one year $5 million contract. 662 more words

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Former SJ Giants On The Move

By Joe Ritzo

Free agent season is upon us. Moves at the major league level have been well publicized, notably Pablo Sandoval ending his tenure as a Giant and signing a contract with the Boston Red Sox. 701 more words