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.
I thought the Yankees were going to have their biggest win of the season on Tuesday night in Toronto, but instead it turned out to be their worst loss.
The Yankees lost the first two games of the 2014 Subway Series and have now lost six straight to the Mets, so let’s look at what went wrong in the Bronx.
The Yankees avoided leaving Tampa Bay on a three-game losing streak, but Joe Girardi couldn’t avoid me starting up a fifth season of The Joe Girardi Show to question his decisions.
Ben Kabak of River Ave. Blues joins me to talk about the Yankees’ disappointing Opening Day loss in Houston and when the idea that it’s Derek Jeter’s last season will set in.
John Jastremski of WFAN joins me to talk about what life will be like without Derek Jeter on the Yankees and all of the question marks and unknowns with the 2014 Yankees.
The Yankees are fighting to keep their postseason aspirations alive, but that isn’t stopping Joe Girardi from giving players unnecessary rest.
The Yankees have basically played .500 baseball in the second half and the constant worrying about their division lead led to an email exchange with Jake Strasser of Barstool Sports.
The Yankees dropped two of three to the Red Sox, but with a 7 1/2-game lead in the division, it’s not a big deal.
Jerome Preisler looks back at HOPE Week 2012 and shares his behind-the-scenes experience from taking part in the events.