Posts Tagged ‘ny yankees’

AUDIO: Yankee Blue goes Controversial

  The Staten Island Yankees are drawing a lot of criticism over a promotional night held over the weekend. The same MLB-organization that took many steps to obtain a “cease and desist” in regards to an 

Ex Spring Update for Hinkle and Nova

Below, Brandon Hinkle got through one and 2/3 innings on Thursday with a bit of a struggle against a Yankees extended squad.  Hinkle allowed three runs on five hits while walking three and striking out one on 45-pitches. Yankees RHP Ivan Nova went four-plus innings against a Blue Jays extended spring squad on Thursday.  He […]

MLB Team Most Likely to Maintain Early Success

Several teams have started the 2015 season quite well. In fact, you’ve probably stopped scratching your head just long enough to read this article. That is, if you’ve been following the Astros and their early success. On the flip-side, you may also be wondering what is going on with the Orioles and Indians. Currently in […]

Yankees Take Aim at Chris Archer

Yankees Take Aim at Chris Archer

The New York Yankees have always been revered as one of, if not the greatest franchise in Major League Baseball history. However, you’ll have a hard time convincing Chris Archer of that. Chris Archer has had excellent success against the New York Yankees. Archer, the ace of the Tampa Bay Rays this season, had faced […]

Nova goes TWO +

  TAMPA, FLA.–NY Yankees RHP Ivan Nova (right elbow) went two plus innings on Thursday in an extended spring game against the Blue Jays.  Nova allowed one run on two hits while striking out one with a 91-93 MPH fastball.  Afterwards Nova said he will pitch again in five days and go three innings.

Stenhouse in Jam?

  DUNEDIN, FLA.–Facing a Toronto Blue Jays extended spring squad on May 6, 2015 Brandon Stenhouse extended his scoreless streak to three innings.  “It’s the first time I have allowed a base runner,” said the Melbourne native.  Stenhouse did get into a bit of a jam during his shutout inning on the mound allowing one hit while walking […]

Yankees Burton Follows Capuano

  DUNEDIN, Fla.—Yankees RHP Jared Burton (strained lat muscle) threw a scoreless inning Wednesday against the Blue Jays extended spring squad. Burton pitched in relief of Chris Capuano saying, “It feels good, it’s just a repetition thing at this point now.  I had to take two weeks off with no throwing, so now it’s getting […]

Yankees Capuano Throws Two Scoreless

  DUNEDIN, Fla.—Yankees lefty Chris Capuano needed just 24-pitches, 16 for strikes to get through two scoreless innings in an extended spring game against the Blue Jays on Wednesday. Suffering from a strained right quad, Capuano is glad to be back in route to the majors. “It’s feels really good today, there were no problems,” […]

Yawkey Way vs. Bronx – Not what it used to Be

  The biggest rivalry in all of sports has taken a hit in recent years. The rivalry between the Red Sox and Yankees has lacked drama and excitement since 2004. I understand that nothing will ever compare to the games played between 2003 and 2004, however, a Kentucky Mens Basketball practice in comparison, has started […]

AUDIO: A View from the Dugout: ARod a Written Apology

  Alex Rodriguez is getting lots of criticism for how he went about addressing his 2014 season-long suspension. Kris Dunn explains what else is going wrong in his View from the Dugout…