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Name: River Ave. Blues
Description: Three die-hards follow the Yankees from the minor leagues to the bigs
URL: http://www.riveraveblues.com
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Related Team(s): Yankees
Related Sports(s): Baseball
Date Added: 2007-02-28 20:14:04
  
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Open Thread: March 24th Camp Notes
Your browser does not support iframes.The Yankees are a team of Grapefruit League destiny. They won again today, this time rallying for two runs in the bottom of the ninth. Minor league camp call-up du jour Trey Amburgey had the walk-off single. The Yankees have won 20 spring games for the first time since winning […] The post Open Thread: March 24th Camp Notes appeared fi...

Diamondbacks return Rule 5 Draft pick Tyler Jones to Yankees
The Diamondbacks have returned Rule 5 Draft pick Tyler Jones to the Yankees, both teams announced earlier today. That means Jones, a right-handed reliever, cleared waivers and was removed from the 40-man roster. The Yankees have assigned him to minor league camp. Jones, 27, signed with the Yankees as a minor league free agent last […] The post Diamondb...

Cashman indicates Yankees will use off-days to skip fifth starter early in the season
With less than two weeks to go before Opening Day, the Yankees are still in the process of picking their fourth and fifth starters to start the season. So far none of the various rotation candidates has separated himself from the rest of the pack. I’m sure the Yankees have their internal preferences, but from […] The post

Going beyond the top relievers [2017 Season Preview]
Over the last few days, we’ve covered the four key cogs in the Yankees’ bullpen machine: Aroldis Chapman, Dellin Betances, Adam Warren and Tyler Clippard. If healthy, each will take up the main roles in Joe Girardi‘s ‘pen and be called upon for the most important innings this season. But the bullpen features far more […] The post Going be...

Spring Training Game Thread: Sabathia’s Fourth Start
Only one week of meaningless baseball remains. The Yankees will play their final exhibition game one week from today, and Opening Day is one week from Sunday. Thank goodness for that. Spring Training is fun in it’s own way, but I’m pretty much over it at this point. Bring on real baseball. Anyway, CC Sabathia […] The post Spring Training Game Thread:...

Mailbag: Pineda, Carter, Wade, Tanaka, Chapman, 60-Day DL
I’ve got a dozen questions in the mailbag this week. As always, send your questions to RABmailbag (at) gmail (dot) com. We gets lots each week, so don’t take it personally if you’re doesn’t get picked. Justin asks: Considering the 2018 free agent market and the Yankee’s current situation with starting pitchers after this season, […] The post

Open Thread: March 23rd Camp Notes
Your browser does not support iframes.The Yankees neither won nor lost today. They tied. First of the spring. The Yankees were down 5-0, then they chipped away and tied the game in the top of the ninth. There’s the ol’ Fighting Spirit. Aaron Hicks had a double and a walk while Aaron Judge had a […] The post Open Thread: March 23rd Camp Notes appeared first on

Could Didi Gregorius’ injury be Rob Refsnyder’s opportunity?
Didi Gregorius‘ injury is unfortunate in every way, even if he may only miss a month of the season. The Yankees don’t have a ready-made replacement and, much more importantly, a key cog of their future has to deal with an injury that can set him back after he made strides last season and hoped […] The post Could Didi Gregorius’ injury be...

The Middle Relief Duo [2017 Season Preview]
The Yankees have had an elite bullpen most every year for what feels like an eternity at this point, owing largely to the incomparable Mariano Rivera, and the ability to churn out high-end relievers that would close for most teams (particularly David Robertson and Dellin Betances, who spent most of their time with the team pitching […] The post The Middle Relief Duo [20...

Spring Training Game Thread: Montgomery’s Big Chance
This afternoon left-hander Jordan Montgomery will make his first and possibly only Grapefruit League start. The Yankees have two open rotation spots and two open bullpen spots, and Montgomery has opened enough eyes this spring that he’s now being considered for the Opening Day roster. Today will be his best chance to show what he’s […] The post Sprin...

Jordan Montgomery and the prospect of an Opening Day roster spot
Later today left-hander Jordan Montgomery will make his first Grapefruit League start as the Yankees begin to bear down and really evaluate  their Opening Day roster candidates. They have two open rotation spots and two open bullpen spots, and lots of guys competing for them. Montgomery has pitched his way into Opening Day roster consideration […] The post

 

 
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