The Yankees and Indians will play three in the Bronx Monday-Wednesday before New York heads out of town for a long West Coast trip. The Yankees are struggling, having lost seven of their last eight games. Cleveland comes off a series loss to Tampa Bay. Here is a series preview of the Tribe and pinstripes.
As the New York Yankees entered today's game at Progressive Field, some fans were already starting to worry about Robinson Cano's lack of production at the plate, just one week into the season. But today, Cano silenced his doubters for now by blasting a pair of homers, along with a double and four runs scored, as the Yankees blew out the Cleveland Indians 11-6.
Ichiro Suzuki is hitting .111 as of April 8. Brennan Boesch is hitting .200 as of the same date. The two have a combined four hits on the season. But does that mean the Yankees should have overpaid for Nick Swisher? Absolutely not.
The New York Yankees, with the depleted roster we all know by now, opened up 2013 losing two of three to Boston and two of three to Detroit. BUT, the last game against Detroit was a 7-0 win and the Yanks downed ace Justin Verlander and CC Sabathia rebounded for a win, so the momentum is there to ride. And now the pinstripes head to Cleveland for a four-game set. Here is a series preview:
The Yankees (15-13) were finally able to put together a solid offensive performance on Sunday afternoon and Phil Hughes pitched great in the 10-3 victory over the Royals (9-18). After looking sloppy and dropping two of the first three games in Kansas City in a series that saw them lose Mariano Rivera for the season and saw their bats disappear the Yankees ended up salvaging the short road trip spl
The Yankees (12-9) put together a solid performance Sunday beating the Tigers (11-11) 6-2 and taking the series two games to one. C.C. Sabathia was on top of his game against the Tiger lineup throwing eight innings, only giving up two runs on four hits and added eight strikeouts...
The Tigers (11-10) really gave it to the Yankees (11-9) on Saturday afternoon beating them 7-5. Yankees starter Freddy Garcia looked awful, and didn’t manage to get past the second inning for the second start in row. Rookie Tigers starter Drew Smyly was stellar in his outing against the Yanks...