Why the AL East Still Belongs to the New York Yankees

2013 NY Yankees

The New York Yankees started the 2013 season facing a large amount of adversity due to both free agency-related subtractions and numerous injuries. The Yankees possessed just about every reason to have a bad season and many respected baseball analysts counted […]

Is Ivan Nova’s Injury a Good Thing for the New York Yankees?

Ivan Nova New York Yankees

In October of 2011, Ivan Nova was the game two starter in the playoffs for the New York Yankees in what was only his first full season in the majors. Nova’s potential appeared to be through the roof, and he […]

New York Yankees Pitching Prospect Vidal Nuno on the Rise

Vidal Nuno delivers a pitch

Pinstriped 25 year-old left-hander Vidal Nuno is currently tearing it up for the New York Yankees‘ Triple-A affiliate and putting himself in position to potentially make a jump to majors at some point this season. Nuno was released by the Cleveland Indians […]

Why the New York Yankees Must Re-sign Robinson Cano

Robinson Cano Celebrates the Triple Play on 4-12-13

If you have been following the New York Yankees recently then you know that Robinson Cano has been on an absolute tear. If you haven’t been watching then it’s worth noting that in his last 15 games Cano is hitting […]

What Mason Williams Means to New York Yankees’ Future

Mason Williams in 2013 Spring Training

In recent memory, the only time that a really valuable position player was produced from the New York Yankees‘ minor-league system was when Robinson Cano came up in 2005. However, the Yankees’ current top prospect, outfielder Mason Williams, is shooting […]

Did New York Yankees Mess Up With Their Catching Situation?

Francisco Cervelli and Chris Stewert play catch

From the moment that Russell Martin signed his two-year, $17 million contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates it became apparent that the New York Yankees had lost a very stable piece of their team. No, Martin is never going to hit for […]

Is Chien-Ming Wang the Solution to the New York Yankees’ Pitching Woes?

Chien Ming Wang delivers a pitch

Two-fifths of the New York Yankees‘ rotation is currently struggling on a nightly basis. Adding insult to injury is the fact that the two pitchers that are under-performing (Phil Hughes and Ivan Nova) are the two youngest and most inconsistent pitchers in the rotation. So […]

Could Don Mattingly be the Next Manager for the New York Yankees?

Don Mattingly

Current New York Yankees‘ manager Joe Girardi is in the third and final year of the $9 million extension he signed back in 2010. With this year’s Yankee team playing well even though it has had so many major early injuries, it would seem […]

Why Fans of the New York Yankees Take Andy Pettitte for Granted

Andy Pettitte New York Yankees

At 40 years-old, Andy Pettitte should be relaxing somewhere in Texas enjoying life after baseball. However, Pettitte isn’t doing that at all. He did try it for one season (2011), but the three-time All-Star is currently pitching for the New […]

Why the New York Yankees Need to Sign Matt Garza

Matt Garza Chicago Cubs

The New York Yankees‘ starting rotation currently contains three guys who are not under contract for the 2014 season. This is important because two of these guys (Andy Pettitte & Hiroki Kuroda) are more than likely going to call it quits […]

Predicting the New York Yankees 2014 Roster

Yankees Opening Day

As soon as the New York Yankees announced their intentions to get their payroll below $189.9 million by the beginning of the 2014 season, people began imagining what the team would look like. The Yankees have always been the big spenders in MLB, evidenced by the […]

What Should the New York Yankees Do with Phil Hughes?

Phil Hughes New York Yankees

Almost six years ago today, the New York Yankees‘ top pitching prospect and ace of the future was making his major league debut against the Toronto Blue Jays. The sky was the limit for Phil Hughes when he stood on […]