New York Yankees Should Target Free Agent Catcher Brian McCann
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After Russell Martin signed with the Pittsburgh Pirates and Francisco Cervelli was implicated in Biogeneis, the New York Yankees were left with Chris Stewart as their catcher in 2013. He was terrible. Though Austin Romine showed potential as the backup, […]

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Anthony Gruppuso - USA TODAY Sports

Former New York Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera has the distinction of having the lowest WHIP of any live-ball pitcher in baseball history at 1.00. A future Hall of Famer and bona fide Yankee royalty, Rivera’s career is one that any pitcher would […]

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Francisco Cervelli

The New York Yankees were decimated by injuries in 2013, and this season is quickly becoming all too familiar with five players already out with injuries. Mark Teixeira, David Robertson, Brendan Ryan, Brian Roberts and Francisco Cervelli are all missing […]

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Brian McCann, Alfonso Soriano, New York Yankees

The New York Yankees hit five home runs on Saturday to defeat the Boston Red Sox, 7-4; every run they scored came via the long ball. Carlos Beltran began the onslaught with a two-run homer in the first inning. Alfonso […]

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Brian McCann New York Yankees

Catcher Brian McCann has not started particularly well in his first season with the New York Yankees. However, McCann broke out in a big way on Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium, smacking his first two homers of the year against […]

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David Phelps, Brian McCann, New York Yankees

According to Brian Hoch of MLB.com, Brian Cashman has no intentions of upgrading the New York Yankees’ bullpen while David Robertson is on the DL. This is the correct decision on Cashman’s part. In addition to the fact that the Yankees […]

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Dean Anna New York Yankees

New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox. The phrase evokes images of Hall of Fame players, bench-clearing brawls and some of the greatest games of all time. The latest installment of the rivalry featured one player (Jacoby Ellsbury) switching sides, […]

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Michael Pineda

Everyone seems to be talking about what appeared to be pine tar on New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda‘s hand tonight as he threw six innings and struck out seven Boston Red Sox. Although that is clearly cheating and shouldn’t be tolerated, stunts […]

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Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

David Robertson going down with an early season groin injury has shed light on a very scary reality for the New York Yankees. The Bronx Bombers bullpen may be a much bigger problem than originally anticipated, and could be the […]

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