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SNY TV Sep 22, 2018

WATCH: Yankees react to clinching playoff spot

Yankees stars Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton reacted after the team clinched a playoff spot on Sunday.
NESN.com Sep 22, 2018

Giancarlo Stanton Sends Message To Red Sox After Boston Clinches AL East

Giancarlo Stanton is all about getting the last laugh. After the Boston Red Sox clinched the American League East title... Read More »
Pinstripe Alley Sep 22, 2018
The Yankees are waiting for the outfield to fire on all cylinders

The Yankees are waiting for the outfield to fire on all cylinders

We have yet to see the Yankees outfield collectively mash at the plate. Now’s as good a time as any. When the 2018 season began, the Yankees boasted a crowded outfield that could hurt opponents with unmatched power at the plate, particularly with the addition of Giancarlo Stanton. Aaron Judge and Stanton, both Gold Glove Award nominees and the two top home run hitters of 2017, highlighted an outfield that also had Brett Gardner and the ever-improving Aaron Hicks. Fast forward six months, and the Yankees are still looking for that outfield to fire on all cylinders — at least at the...
Pinstripe Alley Sep 22, 2018
The Yankees’ defense might cost them a deep playoff run

The Yankees’ defense might cost them a deep playoff run

The Yankees’ offense and strikeout-heavy pitching can’t always paper over their defensive weaknesses. One of the cruelest things about baseball is that it lets you dream. I dreamed of denying the Red Sox the pleasure of clinching the AL East at Yankee Stadium, and the Yankees did their darnedest to make that dream a reality, winning the first two games of the series. Game three began inauspiciously, with Masahiro Tanaka having his first rough start in a while, but when Giancarlo Stanton hit his go-ahead grand slam in the fourth, I honestly thought that the Yankees had the sweep in the...
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Red Sox finally clinch AL East vs. Yankees despite Giancarlo Stanton's grand slam

Red Sox finally clinch AL East vs. Yankees despite Giancarlo Stanton's grand slam

It took two tries, but the Red Sox overcame Giancarlo Stantons grand slam and clinched the AL East with a win over the Yankees.         
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John Sterling belts out Giancarlo Stanton home run call on Boston radio airwaves

John Sterling belts out Giancarlo Stanton home run call on Boston radio airwaves

After making news with his Giancarlo Stanton home run call earlier in the season, John Sterling got a chance to try out the call on a new audience.         
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John Sterling's Giancarlo Stanton HR call draws attention of fans on Twitter

John Sterling's Giancarlo Stanton HR call draws attention of fans on Twitter

Of course Giancarlo Stanton hit a grand slam during John Sterlings radio switch on WEEI, sending fans into a tizzy.         
SNY TV Sep 19, 2018

Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton has been ice cold for the last month

With the American League Wild Card game two weeks away, Yankees DH/OF Giancarlo Stanton is in the midst of a horrendous slump.
Pinstripe Alley Sep 17, 2018
The Yankees’ secret advantage could give them an edge in the postseason

The Yankees’ secret advantage could give them an edge in the postseason

New York’s power production from its circular lineup is unrivaled throughout baseball. The Bronx Bombers belted 241 home runs last season, and from the moment the club traded for Giancarlo Stanton over the winter, fans envisioned a run at MLB’s team single-season homer mark this year. Understandable, considering the incumbent NL MVP and AL runner-up Aaron Judge combined to bash 111 long balls in 2017. Even with some regression, the pair could easily combine to hit 100 this year, we thought. It didn’t quite work out that way. Stanton, battling continued slumps and trying to play...
Pinstripe Alley Sep 13, 2018
No, the Yankees shouldn’t regret trading for Giancarlo Stanton

No, the Yankees shouldn’t regret trading for Giancarlo Stanton

Let’s slow down and put this slump into context, please. Over the last few days, many Yankees fans have expressed frustrations over Giancarlo Stanton. That’s fair. His recent stretch of play has left a lot to be desired. That said, a growing chorus of observers have questioned if acquiring the superstar was a good idea in the first place. Some latched on to a paper-thin rumor and advocated for trading him to the Dodgers at season’s end. Let’s pull back from the frenzy, take a breath of fresh air, and recognize how lucky the team is to have Stanton. Contrary to popular belief,...
Pinstripe Alley Sep 9, 2018
No offense as the Yankees are sweepless in Seattle, drop series finale 3-2

No offense as the Yankees are sweepless in Seattle, drop series finale 3-2

At least we’re done with the West Coast for another season A promising top of the first was just about the only good thing to happen on Sunday. After jumping to an early lead, the Yankees squandered what felt like a half-dozen scoring chances throughout the afternoon, ultimately dropping the final West Coast game of the year 3-2 to the Mariners. The Yankees appeared to have luck on their side early, as Giancarlo Stanton flipped a weak fly ball into left field. Confusion between Jean Segura and Guillermo Heredia let the ball drop in between them, and Stanton was on second base. Miguel...
Pinstripe Alley Sep 6, 2018
Giancarlo Stanton is caught in another strikeout slump

Giancarlo Stanton is caught in another strikeout slump

Stanton’s last few weeks look a lot like his first few weeks in pinstripes. One of the main contributors to the Yankees offense over the past few months has been Giancarlo Stanton, who shook off a rough start to his career in the Bronx to put together what has been another productive season. Stanton responded to the Aaron Judge injury by posting a 154 wRC+ over the month of August, his highest monthly mark of the season so far. It was also his second month with a wRC+ over 150, and it was all done with a bum hamstring that confined Stanton to a DH role to make sure Aaron Boone didn’t...
Pinstripe Alley Sep 5, 2018
The Yankees need to be more disciplined

The Yankees need to be more disciplined

The home runs will always be there, but the Yankees can’t rely strictly on dingers. First and foremost, the New York Yankees always have and always will be a home run hitting team. They even have a chance to top the single-season home run record! However, there have also been times this year when the power dries out, strikeouts rise and the Yankees seem incapable of simply driving home a runner in scoring position. When the Yankees had Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez, Didi Gregorius and Giancarlo Stanton at full health, they were a force to be reckoned with, and they took advantage of the power...
SNY TV Sep 2, 2018

Yankees' Bard explains decision to keep Stanton on bench with bases loaded

Yankees acting manager Josh Bard defended his decision to turn to Greg Bird over Giancarlo Stanton with the bases loaded, two outs and the team down three in the eighth inning.
Pinstripe Alley Sep 2, 2018
Can Andrew McCutchen still be great?

Can Andrew McCutchen still be great?

The Yankees’ newest outfielder is on the decline, but is there still greatness in the former NL MVP? With the waiver trade deadline in the past, the Yankees now have two former NL MVP’s on their roster. One of them, Giancarlo Stanton, is still in the vicinity of his MVP form. Stanton won’t smash 59 homers this year, but he’s stepped up and carried the Yankees in the wake of a rash of injuries, despite his own ailments. Andrew McCutchen, on the other hand, is far removed from his peak. The 31-year-old is now a superstar in name only, no longer for his play. Once upon a time,...

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