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The State of the Yankees

Roughly 15 games in, the Yankees are in first place and look to be built to win. Read More »

Yankees Pitching Questions Mostly Answered

In their first auditions in their new roles, Phil Hughes and Joba Chamberlain both proved effective. Read More »

Yankees Take Opening Series Against Sox; Grandy Shines in Debut

The three game series between the Yankees and Red Sox had it all, including the emergence of Curtis Granderson as a Yankee. Read More »

Lee’s 122-Pitch Outing Disrupts Entire Rotation

With Joe Blanton announced as the starter for Game 4, the Phillies have given themselves a massive disadvantage in pitching matchups. Read More »

World Series: Burnett Displays His Own Dominance In Game 2

AJ Burnett and Mariano Rivera combined to shut down the Phillies prolific offense and even the World Series at 1-1. Read More »

Girardi Makes Right Move As Sabathia Dominates on Short Rest

On short rest, Sabathia beat Angels, vindicating his manager, and putting the Yankees up 3-1 in the ALCS. Read More »

A-Rod 2.0 Leads Yankees Through ALCS

A-Rod continues on the road to playoff redemption, especially after Game 2's dramatic win. Read More »