It’s Good to Have Tommy Kahnle Back

The Yankees' right-hander is pitching like his 2017 self and not his 2018 self

It’s Good to Have Tommy Kahnle Back

Tommy Kahnle made the Opening Day roster because he had one chance left to succeed with the Yankees. He has used that chance to pitch like it’s 2017.

Monday Mail: May 6, 2019

Aaron Boone's managing, CC Sabathia reaching 3,000 strikeouts, the back injury of Aaron Hicks and the Yankees' expected record

Monday Mail: May 6, 2019

Aaron Boone’s managing, CC Sabathia reaching 3,000 strikeouts, Aaron Hicks continuing to be out and the Yankees’ expected May record in this week’s Monday Mail.

CC Sabathia and His Improbable Journey to 3,000 Strikeouts

Three years ago, the milestone seemed impossible for the left-hander to achieve

CC Sabathia and His Improbable Journey to 3,000 Strikeouts

CC Sabathia became the 17th pitcher in history to record 3,000 strikeouts. It’s an accomplishment which seemed improbable three years ago when no one expected him to be in the league in 2017 given his performance and knee issues.

The Giants Don’t Need to Draft a Quarterback

The Giants need to use their top picks to build an offensive and defensive line

The Giants Don’t Need to Draft a Quarterback

The Giants will pick at 6 and 17 in the first round and I don’t think they use either pick on a quarterback. I don’t think they should use any of their 12 picks in the draft on a quarterback.

Chad Green Can’t Be Trusted

The Yankees' reliever needs to go on the injured list, whether he's actually injured or not

Chad Green Can’t Be Trusted

Right now, the only situation for Green is mop-up duty, in a game it would take a miracle for the Yankees to come back and win, and only being able to pitch in such a situation isn’t worthy of a roster spot.

The History of Aaron Hicks and His Back Injury

The Yankees' center fielder has a back injury right now, but it's nothing new when it comes to his career

The History of Aaron Hicks and His Back Injury

Today is April 24. April 1 was 23 days ago. April 1 was the day Aaron Hicks was initially expected to return to the Yankees lineup from his back injury. Hicks hurt his back in spring training … riding a bus … for 35 minutes. That’s right, Hicks originally got hurt on February 27 riding […]