Category: ‘Game Reviews’

New York Yankees Prepare for Double-Header Vs. Balimore Orioles
October 3rd, 2015 at 11:26 AM
***PHOTO1*** The New York Yankees are finishing up their regular season with three games against the Baltimore Orioles. The first of the games was supposed to be yesterday, but was postponed until today due to the weather. The first game is set to begin at 12:05PM and the second will start...

Dustin Ackley Hitting His Way up the New York Yankees’ Batting Order
September 30th, 2015 at 11:41 AM
***PHOTO1*** New York Yankees 2B Stephen Drew (dizziness, concussion) appears to be done for the season, leaving the Bombers with some unproven options at second base as they approach the postseason. Drew has not played since Sept 9th and is likely to be scratched from the postseason roster. From Daniel Popper of the...

New York Yankees Still Looking for Robinson Cano Replacement; Impressed with Phenom Jorge Mateo
September 18th, 2015 at 1:20 PM
The New York Yankees have a hole in their roster, a hole that's been there since Robinson Cano left the team for Seattle in 2013. Cano, who played with the Yankees for nine seasons, took everything he brought to the field with him when he left. Since his departure, the...

Joe Girardi’s Defense of New York Yankees’ Stephen Drew Proven False with One Stat
May 17th, 2015 at 10:31 AM
While we didn't need evidence to know that Joe Girardi's defense of New York Yankees second baseman Stephen Drew was absolutely false, we now have the stats to back it up. ***PHOTO1*** For weeks we've heard Girardi say that Drew is hitting the ball harder than his average would indicate. In fact,...

Joe Girardi’s Latest Defense of New York Yankees’ Stephen Drew is Delusion at Its Finest
May 15th, 2015 at 1:05 PM
In the eyes of New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi, second baseman Stephen Drew can do no wrong. ***PHOTO1*** Girardi has irrationally defended his veteran second baseman time and time again this season as Drew continues to struggle at the plate and sport an average below .200, which has remained the same...