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Phil Hughes: From Power to Finesse?

Phil Hughes broke into the majors as a highly touted 21 year old in 2007, making 13 respectable starts for the playoff bound Yankee.  Sadly, the road to front of the rotation ace has been rocky, and over the past … Continue reading

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Quick Thoughts –Yankees/Rays Opening Day 2012

As you likely know by now, the Rays defeated the Yankees 7-6 in Tampa this afternoon.  I live blogged the game (which you can see here), but now that Game 1 of 162 is in the books, we can sit … Continue reading

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AJ Burnett to Pittsburgh is a Huge Win for the Pirates

Now that the Yankees have added Michael Pineda and Hiroki Kuroda to its once questionable rotation, rumors are flying about AJ Burnett’s possible landing spots, with Pittsburgh apparently the leader in the clubhouse.   The general sentiment amongst Yankee fans is … Continue reading

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Brett Cecil — It’s Not the Velocity, Stupid

Brett Cecil made his 4th start of the year this evening, at home against a loaded Yankee lineup.  Conventional Wisdom, now being echoed by his own manager (a former pitching coach) is that Cecil’s drop in velocity from 90 to … Continue reading

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