New York Yankees: Dan Haren Could be a Nice Addition to Middle of the Rotation
Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

  The New York Yankees will spend money this winter. There are a lot of holes for GM Brian Cashman to fill and the starting rotation will figure to be one of those areas with Andy Pettitte retiring, Phil Hughes’ […]

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Michael Pineda

Michael Pineda has got to be the dumbest pitcher in all of MLB. Less than two weeks ago he was caught with pine tar on his hand. The incident got everyone in the baseball world talking about whether or not […]

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Vidal Nuno, New York Yankees

New York Yankees pitcher Ivan Nova has been diagnosed with a partially torn UCL and placed on the disabled list. Though there’s been no official announcement, he will likely become the 15th pitcher this season to undergo Tommy John surgery. […]

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Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Before the New York Yankees played the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday, news broke out that Ivan Nova will likely need Tommy John surgery that will sideline him for the rest of the 2014 MLB season. After all of the […]

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Troy Taormina- USA TODAY Sports

Outside of Friday and Saturday night’s blowups, the New York Yankees‘ bullpen has performed surprisingly well this season. At the beginning of the year, relief pitching was a big question mark for the club. But, so far in 2014, several […]

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Jonathan Dyer- USA TODAY Sports

When journeyman infielder Yangervis Solarte earned himself a spot on the New York Yankees‘ opening day roster, most assumed that the career minor leaguer would be in for a rude awakening once he played in regular-season major-league action. But, it’s […]

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Derek Jeter, New York Yankees

The New York Yankees lost to the Tampa Bay Rays 11-5 on Friday. It was a terrible game for the Yankees’ bullpen which allowed eight runs and squandered a solid outing by Hiroki Kuroda. Cesar Cabral’s ejection in the eighth […]

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Solarte

Thursday night’s game between the New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays in St. Petersburg, Fla. was propelling for the visitors as the Yankees exploited the number three to help the team top the struggling Rays. A game of rarities […]

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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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