Yankees Rotation Fueling this Recent Hot Stretch

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Despite being better than expected, the Yankees rotation has been mercurial. At its best, each starter contributes six or more innings, allowing two runs or less. At its worst, the starters are inefficient and allow four or five runs in three innings. This leads to more pressure and a heavier burden placed upon the bullpen. […] READ MORE


Chase Petty 2021 MLB Draft Profile

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Perennially, New Jersey is not a high school powerhouse state for the MLB Draft. Rick Porcello was drafted in 2007, and no right-handed high school pitchers from New Jersey have gone in the first round since then. In that span, only two left-handed pitchers from NJ have gone  in the first round, as well. That […] READ MORE


Texas Rangers Held Hitless By Corey Kluber

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The game of baseball is simply unbelievable. Day in and day out, you really never know what you might see. 2021 has been the year of the no-hitter thus far. The latest occurred on Wednesday evening, as fans were dumbstruck at Globe Life Field while they watched their Texas Rangers held hitless by right-hander Corey Kluber […] READ MORE



Previewing the 2021 New York Yankees

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April 1st can’t get here soon enough. All MLB fans are hungry for a full 162-game set after last season was cut short due to the pandemic. For New York Yankees players and fans, the 2020 season ended in disappointment. Hit with the injury bug yet again, stars DJ LeMahieu, Aaron Judge, Gleyber Torres and […] READ MORE



Yankees Spring Starting Pitching Update

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The New York Yankees starting pitching staff was the focus point of this spring training. The starting rotation in particular has been a focal point for many around the sport. We are three weeks into spring training, and the pitching has held up thus far. From Gerrit Cole all the way to Jhoulys Chacin, the […] READ MORE


Paging Doctor Baseball

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Paging Doctor Baseball Earning a P.H.D Welcome to the wonderful world of deceit. Where pitches aren’t what they seem and the laws of physics are challenged by saliva, K-Y jelly, Vaseline, fishing line wax, pine tar, rosin, sweat, emery boards, and nail files. That’s right, folks, we are talking about the art of doctoring a […] READ MORE



Looking At The New York Yankees Pitching Depth

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Outside of re-signing DJ LeMahieu, pitching was the biggest offseason concern for the New York Yankees. General manager Brian Cashman addressed that concern although question marks still exist in the Yankees starting rotation. Despite some inconsistencies, two of the three pitchers that left in free agency – Masahiro Tanaka and J.A. Happ – were durable. […] READ MORE