Greg Bird

Is Luke Voit The Yankees First Baseman Of The Future?
The New York Yankees entered this season thinking that Lefty Greg Bird was finally going to live up to his potential and be the everyday First Baseman for the Bronx Bombers. Sadly it was another season of injury and underachieving for Bird. To make matters worse for Bird, the Yankees traded for form…
Tonight’s Yankees’ Game Is NOT A Must Win
The New York Yankees lost yet another game to the hapless Baltimore Orioles. That means that the O's have now won five of the none head to head meetings with the Yankees this season. Making the Orioles just one of two teams holding a winning record over the Yankees this season...the other being…
Brett Gardner “Hunting” Greg Bird?
Why in the world is New York Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner "hunting" fellow team mate Greg Bird?  Well according to the above video, Gardner is "watching" Greg Bird rather than "hunting". The semi-Crocodile Hunter parody shows Gardne…
Bird Is The Word
The 'Baby Bombers' have been carrying the team over the last month or so and have given us some great baseball to watch. Over and over again, we reminisce about how many of these players remind us of the 'Core Four' with Jeter and the gang, but lets not forget that this core of y…
Yankees Top Archer, Rays to Stay 3.0 Back
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Prized rookie Luis Severino rebounded from his worst start, Greg Bird homered and drove in two runs, and the New York Yankees beat the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 on Wednesday night to keep pace in the AL playoff race...
Yankees Youngsters Shine In Twins Sweep
It was a day 22-year old Greg Bird will never forget. The six-day-old New York Yankees career has gotten a lot of hype after he notched his first Major League homer in the third inning today, only to follow it up with another two-run shot in the sixth, lifting the Yankees to a 4-3 win over the Twins…