Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Yankees 2013 rotation: one of the best in baseball

It’s safe to say that the Yankees weren’t great in 2013. Their 85-77 record was decent, but their Pythagorean record and WAR indicate that they should have won something like 79 games. A lot of things went wrong this year, … Continue reading

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Arbitration Estimates and the $189M “Goal”

Matt Swartz’ arbitration projection series on MLB Trade Rumors is always fascinating to follow, but never has it been so intriguing until now for Yankees’ fans with the $189M budget in limbo. The Yankees’ edition of the series was released on Tuesday, and … Continue reading

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What a surprise: Eduardo Nunez had another bad year in the field

Heading into the season, Eduardo Nunez was a very interesting case. While he was never a good hitter, his bat was at least acceptable for a middle infielder. His defense, on the other hand, wasn’t even close. Every grounder to short … Continue reading

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