Giancarlo Stanton
2018 Season, featured, Giancarlo Stanton, New York Yankees

These Yankees just don’t know when to quit

WOW! What a series for the New York Yankees. Coming off of a doubleheader (kind of) against the Nationals on Monday, the Yankees were ready to welcome in the red-hot Mariners for a three-game set. Going into the series, I fully expected the Yankees to play a bit flat on Tuesday, considering it would have… Continue reading These Yankees just don’t know when to quit

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Seattle Mariners
Clint Frazier, featured, New York Yankees, Series preview

Series Preview: Seattle Mariners come to town

The second-place Seattle Mariners (46-26) are making their way into the Bronx for a three-game set. The Mariners are coming off of a four-game split with the Boston Red Sox, and have posted a 12-4 record so far during the month of June. The Mariners have exceeded expectations around every corner so far this season… Continue reading Series Preview: Seattle Mariners come to town

Luis Severino
2018 Season, featured, Luis Severino, New York Yankees

We need to appreciate Luis Severino’s greatness

With all of the faults from the rotation so far in 2018, Luis Severino has proven just how great he really is. At the age of 24, Sevy has entered into the discussion of being one of the top pitchers in baseball (we're coming for that top spot Max Scherzer!) and he seems to be… Continue reading We need to appreciate Luis Severino’s greatness

Jonathan Loaisiga
2018 Season, featured, Jonathan Loaisiga, New York Yankees

What to expect from Jonathan Loaisiga

The Yankees are scheduled to start AA prospect Jonathan Loaisiga on Friday at home against Tampa Bay in place of Masahiro Tanaka who is currently on the DL with two strained hamstrings. There is a lot to unpack here; Loaisiga was recently promoted to AA-Trenton after starting the season in High-A Tampa, and only started… Continue reading What to expect from Jonathan Loaisiga

Brandon Drury
2018 Trade Deadline, Brandon Drury, featured, New York Yankees

Does Brandon Drury have a future in pinstripes?

Brandon Drury has  officially been WallyPipp'ed.  After leaving the game on April 6th due to a nagging migraine issue, Drury has been stuck in Scranton/Wilkes-Barre playing for the Yankees AAA team because of the success of current Yankees third baseman, Miguel Andujar. The Yankees acquired Brandon Drury from Arizona during the offseason to play third base… Continue reading Does Brandon Drury have a future in pinstripes?