Monthly Archives: August 2012

Looking Ahead to September Callups

As September approaches, it’s about time to consider who the Yankees might look to as reinforcements when the roster expands. The expanded rosters will enable the Yankees to have extra depth can certainly come in handy, especially in extra-inning games. … Continue reading

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Middle Relief Issues

Monday’s loss in Chicago provided a glimpse of one of the Yankees glaring issues: the underbelly of the bullpen. Everything is just fine if a starter can go seven, but anything prior to that has been troublesome of late. Simply … Continue reading

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Brian Cashman and the Front Office: Lucky, Smart, or Both?

While analysing various players over the past few weeks, I began to notice a trend. It seemed like almost every recently acquired player we analyzed was performing better than their past performances would suggest (Eppley, Ibanez, Chavez, Kuroda). There are … Continue reading

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