AL East

Hafner Carries Yankees To Victory Over Toronto, 5-4
Going into the 2013 MLB season, I would have called you crazy if you said the older free agents signed during the off-season would help carry the Yankees to a good start and maintain relevancy in the American League East. However, that has been exactly the case, and this afternoon was another perfec…
Realistic Expectations For The New York Yankees
Next Monday afternoon will be Opening Day of the 2013 Major League Baseball season, as the New York Yankees will host the Boston Red Sox. It's time for all fans to take their truth serum and put themselves to the ultimate test - what are your realistic expectations for how many wins the Yankees…
Should Major League Baseball Adopt A Tiebreaker Policy?
Entering the final day of the 2012 MLB Regular Season, there is a possibility we could finish with a tie atop the American League East between the New York Yankees and the Baltimore Orioles. This would mean a one-game playoff game in Baltimore on Thursday, and this has Brian Noe fuming mad...
What Should Be The Yankees’ Postseason Pitching Rotation?
With six games left in the 2012 MLB regular season, it's time for the Yankees to finalize their postseason pitching rotation, and there are certain players not making things easy to decide (i.e. Phil Hughes and Ivan Nova). If you were in Joe Girardi's shoes, how would you set the Yankees p…
Yankees Defeat Blue Jays 4-2 In Doubleheader Opener
Tuesday night was supposed to be a grand return of Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte, but Mother Nature had other plans, forcing last night's game to be rescheduled for this afternoon. Despite the change of schedule, Pettitte still tossed 75 pitches in five shutout innings, leading the Yankees to a 4-2 …
Who Will Win The American League East? [POLL]
Back in mid-July, the New York Yankees had a 10-game lead on the Baltimore Orioles and the Tampa Bay Rays in the American League East. Now, with just twenty-five games remaining in the 2012 regular season, the Yankees and Orioles are tied for the lead, with the Rays only two games behind...
Are We Seeing The Biggest Choke In Yankee History?
The knee jerk answer is no, nothing is worse than being the only team in MLB history to blow a 3-0 lead in a playoff series, but as far as the regular season goes: yes we are!
The latest loss being a 5-2 defeat in Tampa on Wednesday night...
How Can The Yankees Get Back On Track?
Back on July 18, the Yankees had a 10-game lead over the Baltimore Orioles. And now, entering tonight's game in Tampa Bay, the Yankees are only one game ahead of the Orioles. They've lost nine of their last 13 games, while batting around ...
Yankee Fans – How Nervous Are You?
Over the last month, the Yankees have seen their lead in the AL East dwindle from double-digits to only two and a half games. Pitchers have been injured, calls haven't been going their way, manager Joe Girardi has been more irritable and the offense has been relatively inconsistent...
Biggest Strength And Weakness For The Yankees
Over the last few weeks, the Yankees have been stuck in neutral with both their offense and their pitching. As soon as this team seems to building momentum for another run of success, the team comes to a screeching halt with all of their progress...
What Would You Do With Joba Chamberlain?
Since returning from the disabled list earlier this month, Yankees relief pitcher Joba Chamberlain has struggled on several occasions, including last night against the White Sox. Joba has an ERA over 9 since returning, and fans are starting to get a little unsettled about his performance...

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