Archive for April, 2011

Meet New York Yankees Legend David Wells

Come meet New York Yankees legend David Wells tomorrow at the Grand Opening of AT&T's newest store in Edgewater NJ, and get a signed AT&T autograph card.

The Good, The Bad, And The Unhealthy

It is called Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, or TOS for short. And after an extensive battery of testing over the past few days, it has been determined that there is a possibility that Phil Hughes may be suffering from it. “We can’t tell you if he has it or if he doesn’t have it, but we’re […]

It’s Best Not To Dwell On These Things

In the Grand Scheme of things, it is but one game. And there are a few more things to be concerned about from this game than it's outcome, Soriano and the offense among them. But it does leave a bad taste in your mouth when, despite giving up the lead late in the game and […]

Rotation Issues? What Rotation Issues?

Nothing in life comes guaranteed. It would be great if we knew that the job was ours even before going in for the interview. Or, that we were getting that promotion regardless of the competition for said position. But that's just not how it works. This offseason, the Yankees found out that there was no […]

The Continuing Reclamation Of AJ Burnett

Coming into the 2011 season the questions surrounding the starting rotation were in abundance for the Yankees. Now that we are two weeks into the season. Some of those questions have been answered and, as in the case of Phil Hughes, some have been compounded. There have also been some surprises. Freddy Garcia and Bartolo […]

Putting The "Bomb" In Bronx Bombers

Just like the moniker bestowed upon their predecessors, the 2011 Yankees are capable of hitting home runs seemingly at will. And last night, this current version of the Bronx Bombers surpassed even the mightiest of offensive forces in the teams prolific history. With three long balls against the Texas Rangers, the Yankees brought there season […]

On Being A Yankees Fan

On Saturday, I saw this status update on Facebook posted by my friend, Keith; “Watching a Yankees Classic before I head out & wanted to say something to the Yankee haters out there (you know who you are). I was born a Yankees fan & I'll die a Yankees fan…If you're not with us, you're […]

A Look At What Has Gone Right So Far In 2011

The season is nine games old and the Yankees record stands at a mediocre 5-4. Subsequently, there has been a lot written about the woes affecting the team early in the season. Derek Jeter's much talked about adjustment at the plate and it's lack of results. Brett Gardner's not swinging the bat with any effectiveness. […]