Results for tag: New York Yankees
Posted by: Delia Enriquez on Mar 4, 2012 at 12:51:15 PM

March 2, 2012: USF vs. Yankees (W, 11-0)
March 3, 2012: Yankees vs. Phillies (W, 8-5)
March 4, 2012: Phillies vs. Yankees (W, 7-4)
March 5, 2012: Yankees vs. Phillies (L, 9-3)
March 6, 2012: Yankees vs. Pirates (L, 7-4)
March 7, 2012: Rays vs. Yankees (YES Network, MLB.TV, MLB Network)
March 8, 2012: Yankees vs. Blue Jays
March 9, 2012: Braves vs. Yankees (SS) (YES Network, MLB.TV, MLB Network)
March 10, 2012: Yankees vs. Braves 
March 11, 2012: Yankees (SS) vs. Twins (MLB Network)
March 11, 2012: Yankees (SS) vs. Phillies (YES Network, MLB.TV)
March 12, 2012: Astros vs. Yankees
March 13, 2012: Red Sox vs. Yankees (YES Network, MLB.TV, MLB Network)
March 14, 2012: Yankees vs. Blue Jays
March 15, 2012: Yankees vs. Nationals (MLB Network, MLB.TV)
March 16, 2012: Nationals vs. Yankees (YES Network,

Posted by: Delia Enriquez on Mar 4, 2012 at 09:58:58 AM

Lineup vs. Phillies:

Derek Jeter, SS
Robinson Cano, 2B
Alex Rodriguez, 3B
Mark Teixeira, 1B
Andruw Jones, LF
Francisco Cervelli, C
Chris Dickerson, RF
Dewayne Wise, CF
Justin Maxwell, DH

Pitching Matchup:

Freddy Garcia vs. Roy Halladay

Pitchers Slated To Pitch:

 D.J Mitchell RHP, Boone Logan LHP, Corey Wade RHP, Clay Rapada LHP, Chase Whitley RHP , Kevin Whelan RHP

Posted by: Delia Enriquez on Feb 18, 2012 at 08:44:46 AM

It's been a while since we've seen (or heard) from Andy Pettite but that might change since the Yankees offered Pettite to come back to the Yankees for Spring Training anyway. No, Pettite isn't going to play again but they did invite Pettite to be a guest instructor. So they want Pettite to come to the Yankees and craft the young pitchers minds. Sounds exciting. No word if Pettite will accept yet.

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Posted by: Delia Enriquez on Feb 16, 2012 at 02:24:10 PM

A.J Burnett's tenure as a Yankee may soon be coming to an end as a trade could send him to the Pirates. That means no more talking about A.J, no more watching A.J Burnett pitch, no more watching him save us in the playoffs from elimination. Yep. No more A.J.

A lot of fans are probably thrilled that A.J Burnett will no longer be a Yankee. A lot of fans are also probably thrilled that A.J might be going straight to the National League, where A.J can never hurt them except in Spring Training. While everyone else is saying, "Bye, bye A.J." I would like to take a minute to say, "Thank you A.J."

A lot are confused as to why I would be thanking A.J Burnett, the pitcher that probably cost us wins and a pitcher that seemed to have a bit of an anger issue. Well, I am not thanking A.J for the bad

Posted by: Delia Enriquez on Jan 14, 2012 at 08:37:38 AM

It started out as a normal Friday the 13th. The Yankees had the same 5 starters, Jesus Montero & Hector Noesi were still Yankees and the Yankees were a team that looked as if they were going to make it to the playoffs--maybe. But in one late night hour on Friday night Brian Cashman pulled the plug and turned the Yankees from drab to fab by adding 2 new pitchers: Hiroki Kuroda & Michael Pineda, wiping out the possiblity for a Roy Oswalt or Edwin Jackson pinstripe experience. The Yankees soon went from being a possible playoff team, to becoming the favorites to make the World Series.

Michael PinedaSo I know what you are thinking. Why did Cashman use Jesus Montero in a trade for Michael Pineda? Simple reason actually. One was there was no way that the Yankees were going to get King Felix. It wasn't happening.

Posted by: Delia Enriquez on Jan 4, 2012 at 07:01:54 PM

Behind every sport, there is some sort of drama that lies behind it. With Football, you have Peyton Manning missing a whole season, Tim Tebow doing his weekly "Tebowing" and then you have the Jets with their all bark and no bite mode. With basketball, there was the NBA lockout. And with hockey...well, it's the same thing every night. Pucks are hit into goals and punches fly. But if there was one sport that has drama that is unimaginable, it would have to be baseball. 

I believe that baseball has so much drama that it should be made into its own T.V. show. Something always happens in the offseason that makes you gasp and have the mentality that you "didn't see it coming." Here is some drama worthy moments for some of the baseball teams in the league.

Boston Red Sox: The 2011

Posted by: Delia Enriquez on Dec 9, 2011 at 01:37:26 PM

The New York Yankees have announced that they are re-signing RHP Freddy Garcia to a 1 year deal. That is the good news. The bad news is that in order to put Garcia on the 40 man roster, the Yankees had to get rid of someone, so they designated OF Colin Curtis for assignment. Colin Curtis was out all year in 2011 nursing a broken shoulder which occured during Spring Training. No news as to where Colins will end up.

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Posted by: Delia Enriquez on Dec 7, 2011 at 07:42:34 PM

Day 3 of the Winter Meetings had a lot less drama than yesterday (thank goodness), but there were some interesting parts that fell together for the Yankees today. Let's sum up Day 3 of the Winter Meetings:

Yankees Willing To Trade A.J Burnett: I posted a quick blog post earlier today about this. Apparently the Yankees are willing to eat up the rest of Bunett's contract for a trade. So far, there has been no one interested. (And we are shocked why)?

Yankees Win Bid on Japanese shortstop Hiroyuki Nakajima: The Yankees won a bid for Japanese shortstop Hiroyuki Nakajima earlier today and were "shocked". The Yankees have 30 days to negotiate a contract with him. Nakajima is a career .302 hitter and has surpassed 16 HR's & 15 SB in his last for seasons. The initial being was

Posted by: Delia Enriquez on Dec 7, 2011 at 12:50:57 PM

The New York Yankees are looking to shop A.J Burnett at this weeks Winter Meetings which would ultimately mean eating up the $8 Milion left on his $33 Million contract. Burnett, who will be 35 in January went 11-11 with a 5.15 ERA in the 2011 season.

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Posted by: Delia Enriquez on Dec 6, 2011 at 05:42:10 PM

The Winter Meetings for the New York Yankees wasn't a big bang, but one name was floating around a lot today. Yankees LF, Brett Gardner's name was mentioned with 2 teams: The Washington Nationals & the Oakland Athletics.

Washington Nationals: The Washington Nationals asked Brian Cashman about a trade for Brett Gardner but Cashman rebuffed. End of story.

Oakland Athletics: This one might be a rumor but it's a bit scary. The Yankees, Oakland & Royals according a source (not sure if it's a real source) were talking about a 3 way trade. Here was how the trade would go if it is real:

Oakland Athleitcs Get: LF Brett Gardner from Yankees, Clint Robinson from Royals

New York Yankees Get: Gio Gonzalez from Athletics

Kansas City Royals Get: RHP David Phelps from Yankees, Michael Taylor