Archive for April 9th, 2010

Price Is Right

David Price was dominant at times, using a high-90s fastball to overpower several of the Yankee hitters. The 7 2/3 inning stint was Price’s longest of his career, but one wonders if the 111 pitches needed were an unnecessary taxation on the young lefty’s arm, especially so early in the season. In the top of […]

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After spending most of the last two months in nearby Tampa, the Yankees return to St. Pete for their first series against the Rays. Javier Vazquez will kick off his second stint with the Yankees and hopefully do his best to erase the memories of his last performance in pinstripes (think Game 7 of the […]

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Yankees Universe

Almost 28% of all major leaguers on Opening Day active rosters and disabled lists were born outside the United States, according to the latest census of players released by Major League Baseball. In total, 231 of the 833 players were foreign born, the largest percentage of which hailed from the Dominican Republic (86), Venezuela (58) […]

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