Michael Eder over at the collaboration site, “It’s About The Money and The Yankee Analysts” posted about the possibility of the Yankees bolstering their rotation from outside the organization, rather than within.
Gotham Baseball’s Jessica Quiroli picks the best and brightest of the NYPL’s Brooklyn Cyclones and Staten Island Yankees.
People keep telling me that they trust Sandy Alderson. Problem is, I don’t trust his boss.
Burnett has been scrutinized for exactly what he represents. This time, he appears worth every penny.
A.J. Burnett is no longer one of the top five starting pitching options for the Yankees, leaving Joe Girardi with a decision to make.
Baseball Digest wishes a Happy Birthday to one of the most intimidating pitchers of all time, Roch “Goose” Gossage.
The Staten Island Yankees improved their season record against the cross-town rival Brooklyn Cyclones with a 8-7 victory to give them six wins over them this season. Staten Island was the first to get on[…]
If the Mets decide they need another starting pitcher, Hawk points out some options.
Staten Island Yankees starting pitcher Mike Gipson threw six-no hit innings but lost the bid for history in the sixth inning when he allowed two consecutive base-hits to the Lake Monsters. Gipson entered the rotation[…]
Errors, strikeouts and not taking advantage of runners on base doomed the Staten Island Yankees to their third loss of the 2010 season when the Hudson Valley Renegades won the game 3-2. Starting pitcher Wilton[…]