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Granderson’s Injury Should Prompt A Call To Jermaine Dye

With Curtis Granderson gone for 15 days or more, the Yankees need to sign Jermaine Dye ASAP. Read More »

Robinson Cano Is April’s Best Hitter

Robinson Cano's blazing April ranks him as the best hitter in baseball thus far. Read More »

Javier Vazquez Reliving His 2004 Woes

According to Curt Schilling, Vazquez will struggle with the Yankees as he did in '04. And he may be right. Read More »

Jimmy Clausen’s Fortunate Draft-Day Fall

The former Notre Dame star is going to a solid team, which could be the best thing for his career. Read More »

Time to Stop Whining About Teixeira’s Collision at the Plate

There was nothing wrong with Mark Teixeira's hit on Angels' catcher Bobby Wilson. In fact, it was good baseball. Read More »

Pettitte Emerging As The Veteran Yankees Ace

His eight-inning, one-run victory over the Angels gives a further demonstration of the type of pitcher Andy Pettitte has become. Read More »

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 »

Joe West is Pathetic and Embarrassing

The MLB umpire's recent comments on the length of the Yankees/Red Sox games show that West himself has got to go. 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 »