On Friday morning on YES, the July 1, 2004 game between the Yankees and Red Sox was playing on Yankees Classics (otherwise known as the…
The Blue Jays are back to being relevant and are now another team the Yankees have to worry about in the postseason race.
The Reds’ season was spiraling out of control just three weeks, but now they are back in playoff contention. The Yankees need a similar run to save their own season.
The Yankees need to start winning and they need to start now. There’s no better place for that than a four-game series in Minnesota against the Twins.
If I get my wish, the next time David Price pitches in Yankee Stadium after this week will be as a member of the Yankees.
The Yankees and Red Sox haven’t played in over two months, but they are this weekend in the Bronx and that means another email exchange with Mike Hurley.
The A’s have been rolling along all season with the combination of starting pitching and power hitting the Yankees have always had and will need to contend this season.
In his eighth season in the majors, Phil Hughes is finally realizing his potential as a starting pitcher. The problem is he is doing it with the Twins after failing to do so with the Yankees.