photo credit:Patrick Gorski/Icon Sportswire Just the other day we were mentioning that Luis Severino could possibly win the Cy Young this season. He took a major step toward that goal on Wednesday, shutting down the defending World Series Champions for nine innings. Severino needed only 110 pitches to hand the Houston Astros their second consecutive loss. He allowed only one walk and five hits while … Continue reading Severino Dominates Astros in Complete Game Shutout
photo credit:nydailynews.com After going 1 for 9 in his first two games in Triple-A Scranton Wilkes-Barre, Gleyber Torres has gone 7 for his last 15 with a triple and now this nice home run. #Yankees top prospect Gleyber Torres collected his first hit of the Triple-A season today with a two-run bomb. pic.twitter.com/h8QQ1hzvUs — Max Wildstein (@MaxWildstein) April 8, 2018 A beat writer tweeted a … Continue reading No Need to Rush Gleyber Torres
Tonight’s game is must-watch television. The New York Yankees turn the ball over to their ace Luis Severino, facing Boston Red Sox ace Chris Sale. Sale finished as the runner up in 2017 Continue reading “Severino vs. Sale a Preview of an October Matchup?”
A few days ago, Jacoby Ellsbury suffered another injury setback. He suffered a hip injury while rehabbing a right oblique strain injury. From Bryan Hoch’s twitter a few days ago: Jacoby Ellsbury has been shut down with a hip injury. Aaron Boone said that they expect to get Aaron Hicks back before Ellsbury. — Bryan Hoch (@BryanHoch) April 3, 2018 After signing a 7 year, … Continue reading Are Jacoby Ellsbury’s Days in Pinstripes Numbered?
photo credit:Kathy Willens/AP The Good Good things came in threes today for Didi Gregorius. The Yankees shortstop pulled a line drive just over the right field fence off Rays starter Chris Archer in the bottom of the 3rd inning. Gregorius’ 3-run shot put the Yankees ahead 4-1. In the 7th inning, Gregorius hit another 3-run home run, this time on an 0-2 pitch from Austin … Continue reading Didi Gregorius’ Monster Opening Day Powers Yankees to 11-4 Victory