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Minors Report for 6/28/10 (Eduardo Nunez; Jorge Vazquez; DJ MItchell)

Minors Report for 6/28/10 (Eduardo Nunez; Jorge Vazquez; DJ MItchell)

Tampa was postponed. Scranton: Eduardo Nunez and Jorge Vazquez both contributed three-run home runs to help lead Scranton to a 7-6 victory. Nunez went 1-for-3 with a walk and two runs scored while Vazquez went 2-for-4 with two runs scored and a double. Nunez is now hitting .317/.362/.425 on the season with 18 doubles, three

Minors Report for 6/18/10 (Jesus Montero; Jonathan Albaladejo; Eduardo Nunez; Hector Noesi; George Kontos Returns)

Minors Report for 6/18/10 (Jesus Montero; Jonathan Albaladejo;  Eduardo Nunez; Hector Noesi; George Kontos Returns)

Scranton: Does Jesus Montero think he is Brett Gardner all of a sudden? Montero went 3-for-4 tonight with a single, double, and a triple (his second in two games!) to help Scranton take a 4-1 victory. All of a sudden, Montero is hitting .405 over his last ten games, and has eight extra base hits

Minors Report for 6/17/10 (Marcos Vechionacci; Shaeffer Hall)

Minors Report for 6/17/10 (Marcos Vechionacci; Shaeffer Hall)

Scranton: Jesus Montero actually legged out a triple tonight, but that was one of the three hits Scranton was able to muster as they got shutout, 2-0. The triple was Montero’s second of the season (which probably means that if Brett Gardner was running, they would have been inside-the-park home runs). Zack McAllister only lasted

Left Field Options

Left Field Options

Since I was so “accurate” with my pitching options entry, I have now decided to breakdown some of the options for left field in 2010. I intentionally decided to withhold typing this up until after Jason Bay and Matt Holliday signed; as it seemed that a strong percentage of Yankees fans wanted one or the

The Vazquez Trade: The Day After

The Vazquez Trade: The Day After

It’s the day after Javier Vazquez was reacquired and the reaction has been varied

Melky or Gardner?

Melky or Gardner?

The Yankees should be shopping Melky Cabrera, not Brett Gardner. Here’s why

Granderson A Good Fit For The Yankees

Granderson A Good Fit For The Yankees

A day after the Brian Bruney shocker, the Yankees made an even bigger deal today (if you can believe it): they acquired CF Curtis Granderson in a three-way trade with the Tigers and Diamondbacks.

Thoughts on ALCS Game 6

Thoughts on ALCS Game 6

The Yankees beat the Angels in six games to win the ALCS. Here’s a quick breakdown of game

Stay Positive: This Year Is Different

Stay Positive: This Year Is Different

I don’t expect any non-Yankee fans to quite understand this, but because of the burden of expectation, because of the media scrutiny, because of the money and the notoriety and the recent history of crushing, abject pain and misery, the Yankees are often quite miserable to watch

ALCS Game 5 Thoughts

ALCS Game 5 Thoughts

Another Girardi head-scratcher was the story behind game

Yanks and Angels: ALCS Thoughts

Yanks and Angels: ALCS Thoughts

CC on short rest? Gardner over Damon? Molina again? Here’s what the Yankees are talking about leading into the

The Great Division Series Roster Debate

The Great Division Series Roster Debate

Because when you’ve already clinched your division, you need other things to obsess over

Yankees Only Scuffling By Their Standards

Yankees Only Scuffling By Their Standards

The Yankees extinguished the Angels curse, but has there really been a monkey on their backs the last few weeks

Yanks Beat Angels; Speed Got Lucky

Yanks Beat Angels; Speed Got Lucky

Speed almost didn’t beat the Angels last night, but that doesn’t make for a very good story

2009 Yankees: What’s Changed From 2008

2009 Yankees: What’s Changed From 2008

The 2009 Yankees have turned into an offensive machine. We compare them to what went wrong in