New York Yankees Should Consider Signing Shin-Soo Choo to Help Their Struggling Outfield
Shin-Soo Choo

Although on paper it might seem like the New York Yankees are set for outfielders, physically they are not. They are in need of an outfielder who is young, can hit well, and play defense well also. The Yankees currently […]

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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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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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Yangervis Solarte

Typically if your 3B position is netting you both the highest batting average on the club and the most power this is considered good news. If those numbers are coming from two different people, however, not so much. For the […]

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Yangervis Solarte

The New York Yankees made a splash in the offseason free agent market, signing All-Stars and marquee players like Brian McCann, Jacoby Ellsbury and Carlos Beltran. They also won the bidding war for Masahiro Tanaka, the Japanese ace coming off […]

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Blue Jays Yankees C.C. Sabathia

What’s that noise? That’s the sound of two cities collectively enjoying a stress-release. The weekend’s action around the diamond-terrain brought with it some much-needed “reassurance” to the annually spoiled supporters of the New York Yankees and the forever frustrated Toronto […]

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