Somehow Stephen Drew is still a Yankee. To recognize his improbable roster spot, here’s a conversation on Facebook.
The panic button was pushed with the Yankees getting beat up by the Blue Jays and Indians, but a road trip to Toronto momentarily paused the state of worry.
The trade deadline has come and gone and it was uneventful for the Yankees unless you like adding former highly-touted prospects that turned into busts and now can’t hit and have no position.
The Yankees start their 10-game road trip against an old friend in Phil Hughes and a Twins team that is overachieving and in the playoff picture.
The Yankees’ putting Adam Warren in the bullpen and skipping a Michael Pineda start are the latest moves on a long list of ridiculous decisions.
The Yankees have never lost when I listen to John Stelring and Suzyn Waldman and write about it, so on Sunday, I turned to the duo with the Yankees looking for a sweep.
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.
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.
This isn’t goodbye to Derek Jeter. It’s the preparation for the goodbye.