Yankees Exercise Zack Britton Option, Decline Others

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The New York Yankees have exercised their option on relief pitcher Zack Britton, Thursday, keeping him on the team through 2022. Additionally, they have declined options on outfielder Brett Gardner and starting pitcher J.A. Happ. The moves were reported by the Associated Press Thursday night and confirmed by the Yankees PR twitter account Friday morning. […] READ MORE


New York Yankees 2020 Season Review

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The New York Yankees did not live up to expectations this year.  For a team with World Series aspirations, getting bounced early from the playoffs once again is a huge disappointment. To say the least, the Yankees 2020 season had its ups and downs. After starting 16-6, the Yankees then went 5-15, 10-0, and stumbled […] READ MORE


Looking at the Potential Winners of MLB 16-Team Postseason

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With a regular season reduced to just 60 games, we have even less room for error than normal in the MLB, and the postseason brackets are now ready for all fans to see. Whether you believe this season should be counted as a standard World Series tilt or you simply view it as a bad […] READ MORE


Postseason Performance Epitomizes 2020 Yankees Season

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In a year where everything is different, one constant from the past few years remained the same – the New York Yankees exiting the postseason far earlier than they expected. For the second year in a row, disappointment overcame the Yankees after a heartbreaking elimination punctuated by Aroldis Chapman allowing a game-losing home run. Although […] READ MORE


Brosseau Blast Sends Rays Past Yankees and into ALCS

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Rays 2, Yankees 1 With Game Five on the line, the Tampa Bay Rays and New York Yankees were wondering who would be the hero. After one solo homer for each side, the Rays headed to the bottom of the eighth with their big bats due up. One out into the inning, the stage was […] READ MORE


Hall of Fame Yankees Pitcher Whitey Ford Passes Away

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Hall of Fame left-handed pitcher Whitey Ford passed away Friday at the age of 91. Ford is considered to be the greatest pitcher in the history of the New York Yankees. He  pitched 16 season with organization from 1950-1967. He was the ace of the Yankees pitching staff during a time where a World Series […] READ MORE


Kyle Higashioka Making Case as Yankees Permanent Starter

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Kyle Higashioka is supposed to be the New York Yankees backup catcher. The second-longest tenured Yankee behind Brett Gardner isn’t supposed to be making a meaningful impact. However, through four postseason games, Higashioka is proving to be the ace-in-the-hole the Yankees need. Aside from expertly handling the Yankees pitching staff, he is also getting it […] READ MORE


Yankees Pitching Quiets Rays Bats To Stay Alive in ALDS

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Yankees 5, Rays 1 The New York Yankees were facing elimination against the Tampa Bay Rays as Jordan Montgomery threw a 92.4 mph sinker for a first pitch strike to Yandy Diaz. By the time Aroldis Chapman threw a 99.7 mph fastball past Mike Brosseau, they had comfortably stayed alive Thursday night.  The Yankees offense came […] READ MORE


Rays Double up Yankees To Take 2-1 Series Lead

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Rays 8, Yankees 4 Game Three is always the pivotal game of a best of five series. The Tampa Bay Rays and New York Yankees knew that going in and both trusted their veteran right-handed pitchers to do the job. Charlie Morton battled through some rough spots, but gave the Rays the five innings they […] READ MORE


Tim Naehring Is the Obvious Choice for the Reds Front Office

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Tim Naehring is a Cincinnati native. He was born in Cincinnati in 1967 and attended LaSalle High School on Cincinnati’s famed “West Side”. Tim not only attended high school in his hometown but also attended college near home. He attended Miami University of Ohio, where he played baseball for the Redhawks. In 1988, he was […] READ MORE