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Yankees Hot Stove: Derek Jeter
Yankees Hot Stove crew discusses what the Yankees will get out of Derek Jeter, and if he can come back and stay healthy.
Five years is a pretty long time, so you’d expect quite a bit of roster turnover since the Yankees last American League pennant back in 2009. The Yankees used 13 players in that ALCS clincher five years ago. It’s a group that has very little resemblance to the group the Yankees are likely to roll […] The post Drastic roster turnover since last Yankees pennant appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
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The Royals hold a 2-1 lead in the World Series, with Game 4 set for tonight at AT&T Park.
One week ago, the Yankees hit the two-year anniversary of their last playoff appearance. Today, it’s the five-year anniversary of their last American League pennant. It was on October 25, 2009 that the Yankees finished off the Angels and advanced to their first World Series since 2003. I vaguely remember it. I’d been on the […] The post Five years ago: The Yankees last A.L. pennant appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
The Yankees have hired Greg Colbrunn to be the hitting coach at Class A Charleston, according to a source, bringing the well-respected 45-year-old back into the organization.
The World Series gets back underway tonight in San Francisco. From my friend Ben Walker — regular first baseman for Team New York in the annual media game — here’s a quirky story about lineup cards. In particular, this is about the detail that goes into crafting the lineup card in the Royals dugout. It’s […] The post Art of baseball: Lineup card as canvas in the World Series appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.