Once again the offseason started too early for the Yankees and that means that once again my offseason for not talking about the Yankees started early too. But unlike the real baseball offseason, mine is already over. The GM meetings have come, the Winter Meetings are around the corner and before you know it, pitchers […]
El Duque was always my favorite Yankees pitcher. His first start for the Yankees came on June 3, 1998 when I was 11 years old and at the end of sixth grade. His high leg kick, the way he changed speeds and the way he pitched in big games helped mold me into the fan […]
The Derek Jeter era comes to an end at Yankee Stadium on Thursday night and so does the end of a Bleacher Creature era with the retirement of Bald Vinny.
Yankees-Red Sox in September isn’t what it used to be and it doesn’t look like it’s going to be what it once was anytime soon.
The Yankees’ three-game series in Detroit will likely serve as the turning point of their season one way or another after they spent the last week climbing out of their hole.
Ben Kabak of River Ave. Blues joins me to talk about the Yankees’ chances of making the postseason and the bullpen decisions Joe Girardi has made while fighting for a playoff spot.
John Jastremski of WFAN joins me to talk about Joe Girardi’s recent bullpen management and what will happen to Brian Cashman if the Yankees miss the playoffs again.
David Roberston went unused once again as Joe Girardi called upon Shawn Kelley to hand the Yankees’ their fourth straight loss in the middle of a playoff race.
Everybody gets to be a Yankee once. It’s true. Just ask current Yankees Stephen Drew and Rich Hill, who will one day get to be a part of this version of the Yankees.
JJ of Barstool Sports New York joins me to talk about our own versions of the Everybody Gets To Be A Yankee Once Team.