New York Mets Should Trade Mike Pelfrey ASAP

Mike Pelfrey

Second semester of grad school is winding to a close which means the work doesn’t stop.  In the past I’d be too happy to blow off studying in favor of combing through every nugget of baseball news that developed, but […]

New York Yankees Should Hold On to Starting Pitching Depth – For Now

Freddy Garcia

The New York Yankees are faced with a problem that we always categorize in the “good” column.  With more starting pitchers than available spots, the New York Yankees will have the luxury of fielding the best five-man rotation that they […]

New York Yankees Update: More On RHP Rafael DePaula

Brian Cashman

On Friday afternoon I discussed the New York Yankees‘ addition of Dominican RHP Rafael DePaula.  The saying “you can never have too much pitching” is especially true when talking about prospects.   Needless to say, I was thrilled to find out […]

New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox: Keep Your Enemies Close

Bobby Valentine

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New York Yankees Add Another Starting Pitching Prospect to the Stable

Manny Banuelos 2

The New York Yankees are enjoying something that is still relatively new to them – quality starting pitching throughout the farm system.  Dellin Betances and Manny Banuelos are the two names that most New York Yankees fans are anxiously awaiting, but […]

New York Yankees Need to See What Andy Pettitte Has Left In His Tank

Andy Pettitte 2

As you know by now, the New York Yankees have reunited with fan favorite Andy Pettitte.  In my first reaction I failed to clarify a few important points.  The main one being that the contract is a minor league deal.  This means […]

New York Yankees and Andy Pettitte Agree to Surprising Reunion

Andy Pettitte

I fall out of the loop for four days and this is what happens, huh?  Maybe it pays to take a brief time (felt like an eternity) away from baseball every now and then.  That’s definitely not something that I […]

New York Yankees Don’t Plan On Shedding Stars to Meet Budget

Robinson Cano 2

A week or so ago I discussed the $189 million payroll budget the New York Yankees planned on meeting by 2014.  If you take a look around some New York Yankees websites, blogs, chat rooms, etc. you are likely to […]

New York Yankees and David Robertson Dodge a Bullet

David Robertson

By now you have probably heard about David Robertson’s injured foot resulting from his “stumble” down the steps. I only say “stumble” because that sounds awfully clumsy. I’d like to think that David Robertson is more athletic and I’m going […]

New York Yankees Will Know Mariano Rivera’s Decision By All-Star Break

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A couple of weeks ago I talked about some of the speculation that was swirling around New York Yankees camp regarding Mariano Rivera and his eventual retirement.  It’s the media’s job to pick apart every minuscule detail and decipher it’s […]

New York Mets Hoping For Bullpen Contributions From Bobby Parnell

Bobby Parnell

When the New York Mets addressed their bullpen with a mini-transaction spree on the Tuesday during the Winter Meetings, there was one guy who probably slipped a lot of people’s minds.  His name is Bobby Parnell and he has been […]

New York Yankees & Creativity: What Does It Really Mean?

Ivan Nova 2

There has been a lot of talk about the New York Yankees and their intent to drop payroll below $189 million by 2014.  Along with the polls and general speculation, there is one word that continues to pop up: creativity.  Most of […]