New York Yankees: What Does Jacoby Ellsbury Deal Mean For Robinson Cano?
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The New York Yankees and Jacoby Ellsbury are reportedly close to a seven-year deal worth around $150 million. On an already outrageous day in MLB, the deal is a surprise to some because of the Yankees’ pursuit of Robinson Cano. Ellsbury’s deal could […]

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C.C. Sabathia

Three weeks into the 2014 season, the New York Yankees know one thing for certain: C.C.  Sabathia is not performing like the ace he is paid to be. However, he can still rack up wins and post more respectable numbers if […]

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Francisco Cervelli, New York Yankees

In 2013, Francisco Cervelli was going to be the everyday catcher for the New York Yankees. A fractured right hand, a rehab setback in his elbow and a 50-game Biogenesis suspension later, his season came crashing down. This past offseason, […]

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Ichiro Suzuki, New York Yankees

In the top of the eighth inning, with nobody on and one out, David Ortiz stepped to the plate against Matt Thornton. The Boston Red Sox trailed the New York Yankees by a run. Ortiz has made Yankees fans uneasy […]

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Michael Pineda, New York Yankees

In his last start, Michael Pineda led the New York Yankees to a 4-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox with a strong pitching performance. The 25 year old went six innings, allowing one run on four hits with two […]

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In Saturday’s contest against the Boston Red Sox, the New York Yankees used five home runs to power them to a 7-4 victory. Brian McCann went deep twice, and Carlos Beltran, Alfonso Soriano, and Kelly Johnson also all went yard […]

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Michael Pineda New York Yankees

Michael Pineda dominated the Boston Red Sox last night as the New York Yankees beat their most hated rival by a score of 4-1. The big right-hander went six innings, allowing one run on four hits with two walks and […]

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If you are old enough, or heck, even if you just like baseball history, you remember the infamous pine tar game. This was a game involving the Kansas City Royals‘ George Brett, ironically, also played against the Yankees. I won’t […]

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