Monthly Archives: September 2013

The 2013 Yankees infield: a terrible revolving door

Due to a combination of injury and ineptitude, the Yankees had a very fluid roster 2013. In a constant effort to find upgrades on the cheap, they cycled through droves of fringy players, hoping some of them would stick. With … Continue reading

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The Yankees’ Starting Pitching Conundrum

For the vast majority of the season, the Yankees’ starting pitching was the club’s strength. Hiroki Kuroda was unstoppable, Andy Pettitte was ol’ reliable, and CC Sabathia was solid (albeit not great). Through the All-Star break, the team’s starters had … Continue reading

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