Player Appearances Alert: Bernie, Tex, Ibanez

Bernie Williams

Where: The Steiner Sports Store Roosevelt Field Mall Garden City, NY 11530 Private Signings: (Pre-Order on website below) Bernie Williams: 6/23 Rickey Henderson & Mark Teixeira: 6/30 Raul Ibanez: 8/2       Public Live Signings: Bernie Williams: 6/23 from 12-1:30 pm At Last Licks Scarsdale 8 Palmer Avenue Scarsdale, NY 10583 Rickey Henderson: 6/30 [...]

Five Possible Upcoming Promotions in the System

Tyler Austin has lit up the South Atlantic League in the first half of the season for Charleston

Around the Florida State League and South Atlantic League All-Star breaks, many teams often look to move up some of the top players in their organizations to test them at the next level. For the Yankees, there are quite a few players in Charleston and Tampa who should be considered for moving up. Let’s take [...]

Good Eye Kid, Good Eye

As often as the Yankees find themselves in the postseason, they find themselves among the top MLB teams in the walks category just as often

There is one offensive statistic in baseball that has always been underrated and overlooked. To tally this stat, requires a focused eye, composure, restraint, and most of all, patience. Some players and teams lack those qualities, but others excel in those areas allowing them to succeed. A walk is as good as a hit the [...]

Hey Mickey! Quick Look at the Yanks’ First Base Coach

Kelleher high fives Arod on a blast

He may stick out on the field, with his fully gray hair and somewhat older-looking physique but the energetic Yankees’ first base coach is stronger and more active than ever. The 64-year-old, Michael “Mick” Kelleher, along with coaching first, warms the infielders up before games by hitting sharp grounder, after grounder, after grounder to each infielder. [...]

Player Appearance Alert: Granderson Today at Lord & Taylor

Grandyman at Lord & Taylor on 5th today to meet fans

That’s right. The hot-hitting Curtis Granderson, will be doing a “meet-and-greet” at Lord & Taylor department store on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, today at 5 pm. Might as well brighten up this rainy day with a handshake, high five, or picture with the artful center fielder. Grandy will be on the main floor promoting the [...]

Baseball is in Swisher’s Blood

Nick says he still calls his dad (left) after every game

Ever see Nick Swisher without a smile on his face? Every day at the ballpark, he’s bouncing around, signing autographs for fans, doing secret handshakes with security guards and cops, pumping up teammates for the game, and it seems as if he simply enjoys life. But where did Swish get all of his swagger? What [...]

Yankees Fans in NYC React To Mariano Rivera’s Legacy


You don’t have to be a Yankees fan, or even a sports fan to know that Mariano Rivera means the world to New York City. An Illustrious career of closing game after game with robotic like precision, and hardly ever giving fans more than the occasional runner on first to worry about will do that [...]

For Yankees, No Place Like Home

Since 2009, the Yankees have played some of their best baseball at home.

  After a split in a four game series on the road against the Kansas City Royals, the Yankees will come home and begin a six game homestand, starting with the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday night. So far this season, the Yanks have been somewhat disappointing. With inconsistent pitching and slumping stars, New York [...]

Is Swish the Key to Offense’s Success?

Swish the Key to Success

It’s incredible how sometimes one player can make such a huge impact on an entire team’s performance. Not to say that Nick Swisher deserves all the credit for yesterday’s monster win over the Kansas City Royals, but after the offensive eruption that occurred, it may be some indication that the Yankees simply seem to swing [...]

A Look Back: ’96 World Series Game 6

'96 Yanks World Series Champs

The air was thick with anticipation on a Saturday evening in the Bronx. All New Yorkers were holding their breath as the Yanks had somehow managed to battle back and win three straight games against the defending-champion Atlanta Braves. It was October 26, 1996, and the Yankees were at the precipice of baseball immortality. It [...]

Yankees Question of the Day – February 22, 2012


With the 2012 roster almost complete, the Yankees have just about solidified their pitching rotation, with the exception of the fifth spot. Obviously this can change anytime between now and the start of the regular season, but below is the expected rotation. C.C. Sabathia Hiroki Kuroda Ivan Nova Michael Pineda Phil Hughes/Freddy Garcia Questions: Which [...]

Spring Training Dates To Remember

George M. Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Florida

February 19 Pitchers and catchers report to spring training. Joe Girardi addresses the media in his pre-camp press conference. February 20 First official workout for pitchers and catchers. February 25 First full-squad workout with position players. February 27 Spring training photo day. March 2 First exhibition game vs. the University of South Florida at Steinbrenner [...]

Yankees Question of the Day – January 24, 2012


With Jorge Posada scheduled to announce his retirement today at 11:00am EST, I want to ask you the following question: What is you favorite Jorge Posada moment from his 17-year career? While Jorge is not a Yankees legend, he is by far one of the best catchers the Yankees ever had, and was the epitome [...]

Yankees Question of the Day – January 9, 2012

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With the talks of Jorge Posada hanging up his catchers gear for good in the next few weeks, there has been a lot of talk circulating as to whether or not the Yankees should eventually retire his number. Personally, I am a huge fan of Jorge; however, I do not feel his number should be [...]

Yankees Question of the Day – December 16, 2011

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Periodically throughout the Yankees offseason, I will be posting various, random questions to ignite some discussion and hopefully debates on your opinions. Please use the comments section below to answer the following question: If you could pick one retired player from the Yankees dynasty of the late 90′s/early 00′s to help the Yankees next season, [...]

The Grandy Man: Talks pizza, wrestling and choosing your friends

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Playing in his second season with the New York Yankees, Curtis Granderson is on pace to match his 2007 season, which entered him into MLB records books. This season Granderson has been voted to the American League All Star game as starting center fielder as well as helping the Yankees offense. The left- handed hitter [...]

Three keys to reach the ALCS

  Thursday in the Bronx is a sudden-death, winner take all showdown between the Yankees and Tigers; one of the more exciting events in all of sports.  The atmosphere should be electric so the Yankees will feed off their crowd, but if they want a rematch with the Texas Rangers in the ALCS, three things [...]

MLB Wild Card: An Epic Collapse


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Tale of Two Weekends

Sabathia is 0-4 with a 7.20 ERA in 2011 vs Boston.

  On one hand, the Yankees were a rare Mariano Rivera mishap from taking two-of-three from the Red Sox at Fenway Park.  On the other hand the Yankees’ ace was blasted yet again by the Red Sox and their closer blew a crucial save to the team they are chasing the division.  A tale of [...]

Why Bedard makes sense for the Yankees

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While landing Ubaldo Jimenez would certainly make a bigger splash, another available pitcher would probably make more sense for the Yankees: Erik Bedard. No, Bedard is not as good of a pitcher as Jimenez, and no, he does not have as much upside.  He can however still be a productive pitcher and comes at a [...]