Month: August 2010

Andy Pettitte’s Status

As the trying days of September lie ahead, the New York Yankees need to finish strong down the stretch in order to fend off the young Tampa Bay Rays and secure their second straight AL

Austin Kearns And His Yankee Role

With the Yankees officially shutting down Nick Johnson for the season, basically ending his New York career, Austin Kearns’ role just got a bit bigger. Mainly being used as the first outfielder of the bench,

Parnell May Be Solution To The Mets 9th Inning Question

With the status of Francisco Rodriguez’s career as a member of the New York Mets still in limbo, the question now becomes who should inherit the closing mantle? Using a bullpen by committee, Jerry Manuel

Josh Thole Now Part Of The Mets Future

With the recent waiver wire deal that sent veteran Rod Barajas to the bright lights of L.A, the New York Mets have ushered in the Josh Thole Era behind the plate. Thought of as the

From Hot Tejada

Ruben Tejada has been utterly overmatched in the batter’s box at the major league level this year. The 20-year-old Panamanian-born rookie’s batting average has dropped from a season high of .270 on June 29th all