Tag: AL East

Due to Injuries, Yankees Continue Limping in AL East

The New York Yankees came into Tuesday riding a six-game losing streak. After losing their most recent series to the Oakland Athletics, they are coming into the three-game stint against the Anaheim Angels in hopes of a turnaround. After an 8-3 loss on Tuesday night, things are continuing to look bleak for the Bronx Bombers.

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Why The Yankees Are Not Sunk Without Gary Sanchez

While Gary Sanchez was visiting doctors for further evaluation on his strained right bicep Monday afternoon, the Yankees cruised to an 8-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays. Led by Michael Pineda’s 11 strikeouts over 7.2 innings, and two additional hits from Aaron Judge, the Yankees made quick work of the Rays, winning their home

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Sandoval Benched For Opening Day

On Thursday, Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell stated that Pablo Sandoval will not be starting at third base on opening day against the Cleveland Indians. According to the Boston Herald, Sandoval was even happy with this choice because “it’s what gives the team the best chance of winning”. Sandoval has been having weight issues

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Sabathia Likely Sliding Into Fifth Rotation Slot 

   One of the biggest offseason headlines for the New York Yankees had to do with who would be in their starting rotation for the 2016-17 season. Obviously Tanaka, Pineda, Eovaldi and Severino earned their spots, but what about the fifth spot?  Ivan Nova and CC Sabathia were fighting for that last slot, with Bryan

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Who Would Win the NL East If The Season Started Today?

So, last week, the AL East was under the microscope as we went to see who would win if the season started today. Now how about we go next door and break down the NL East? While the NL East doesn’t seem as deep as the AL East, all teams can win. The Mets had

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