Tag: Gary Sanchez

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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Sanchez Suffers Strained Right Bicep vs Orioles  

The New York Yankees have invested their future into a handful of upcoming stars, and one of those young studs happens to be catcher Gary Sanchez. In a loss against the Orioles, Sanchez would strain his right bicep after fouling off a 3-2 fastball.  Sanchez would proceed to take a practice swing outside of the batters

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Who Would Win The AL East If The Season Started Today?

The MLB off-season has already seen a lot of interesting uniform changes via both free agent signings and trades and it doesn’t look like we’re nearly done yet. Chris Sale was shipped to Boston in exchange for some prospects and have created a dangerous rotation if all clicks. However, that’s just one of many moves

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Positives & Negatives To Take Away From Yankees’ Season

The 2016 season was a roller coaster for Yankee fans throughout the year. For awhile, fans had given up hope. Earlier on in the season, it was evident that Alex Rodriguez could not push forward much longer, given his on-field production. After A-Rod’s last game, it seemed as though the season ended. Because, not soon

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Greg Bird Receives Shoulder Surgery 

One of the questions that Yankees fans have wondered was what the they would do with Greg Bird, since Mark Teixeira is coming back from injury.  The DH spot was taken up too by Alex Rodriguez. There was some talk of having Greg Bird spending time in the outfield from some folks, but that would’ve

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Yankees Sign Catcher Carlos Corporan, Severino Gaining Lots Of Interest In Trade Market

In one of the smaller signings of the offseason, the Yankees just picked up Carlos Corporán, a 32 year old catcher who spent last season with the Texas Rangers. While the deal is only a minor league contract, and he’ll likely get some playing time during Spring Training. He definitely provides some depth for the

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