Results for tag: Curtis Granderson
Posted by: nwyankees on Apr 29, 2011 at 01:27:31 PM

CC Sebathia was able to continue the Yankees starters streak and throw the seventh consecutive quality start in a 12-3 Yankees victory over the White Sox, on Thursday night.  Sebathia allowed three runs, zero earned because of an Eduardo Nunez error, seven hits and he struck out six batters in seven innings pitched.  Surprise contributor Lance Pendleton, who has not allowed any runs in 10 appearances, pitched two innings of scoreless baseball only allowing two hits. 

Pendleton was actually selected by the Yankees in the fourth round of the 2005 draft.  Shortly after he underwent Tommy John surgery and once he was recovered he went on to pitch in the minor leagues for a few seasons.  He was selected by the Houston Astros in the 2010 Rule 5 Draft, in December.  (If

Posted by: nwyankees on Jan 26, 2011 at 02:46:23 PM

Derek Jeter is one of the truly great Yankees of all time, and has continually carried himself in a respectable manner. Jeter is now 74 hits short of reaching 3,000 hits for his career, which he will probably reach sometime in June and in turn would be the first Yankee to do so. However, yesterday his possible position change was publicly brought up by Brian Cashman. 

He has been known over his career as a player who often comes through with hits in the clutch and will make the extra effort in order to help his team to victory, defensively.  Two examples of this stick out in particular.  One is during the 2001 Divisional Series, the Yankees lead 1-0, and Jeter appeared out of nowhere to flip the ball to Jorge Posada getting Jeremy Giambi out at home.  Another play is