Monthly Archives : April 2012

Yankees Put Epic Comeback on Red Sox at Fenway Park


Boom goes the dynamite!  The New York Good Guys dropped a comeback for the ages on the collective asses of the Boston Red Sox on Saturday afternoon at Fenway.  After trailing 9-0 in the 6th inning (Freddy Garcia was once again terrible), the Bronx Bombers lived up to that age-old moniker by posting back to back 7-run innings against the…

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Joba Chamberlain is back to working out


Yankees reliever Joba Chamberlain is quickly recovering from his compound ankle dislocation. Just a few weeks ago we wondered if Joba would ever pitch again. Now he’s down at Yankees training facility and keeping that throwing arm in shape. He should be out of his walking boot in a few weeks and we may see him pitching up in the…

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Yankees embarrass Red Sox on Fenway’s special day


It may have been Fenway’s 100th anniversary, but the New York Yankees didn’t care. I didn’t care either as the Bronx Bombers beat up the last place Boston Red Sox to the tune of a 6-2 game that wasn’t even as close as the score says. Ivan Nova had another solid performance and has moved to 3-0. David Robertson continues…

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Hiroki Kuroda reminds me of AJ Burnett


Remember the past few years with AJ Burnett. One day he would be lights out, then he’d get shelled in his next start. He’d mix in some 5 inning 5 run performances to show how average he could be at times too. I’m worried we may be getting the same thing from Hiroki Kuroda. It’s only been 3 starts with…

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2012 AL MVP Derek Jeter


The rumor mill starts here at Fitz and Vig today. Hop on the bandwagon because Derek Jeter will be the 2012 AL MVP. We may only be about a dozen games into the season, but I’m projecting DJ4K to have a monster season. Jeter has all the accolades: world series trophies, all-star games, batting crowns, 3000 hits, a number to…

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Manny Banuelos heads to the DL


The Yankees #1 prospect, Manny Banuelos, has hit the DL down in AAA. Banuelos has been rocky at best early this season with 2 starts and an ERA in the 10 range. That won’t get it done for a guy who was supposed to see some big league time this season. It’s looking like a minor back injury will cause…

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