Tag Archive | Jorge Posada

Yankees strengthen rotation with call to arms

It has been reported on the official Yankees website, that the Bombers made a call to arms, with a trade for pitchers Michael Pineda and Hiroki Kurroda on Saturday. These moves had a price though as young-star Jesus Montero had to be moved to help bolster the Bombers rotation. Montero was traded to the Seattle Mariners in a four-player trade, so […]

Yankees legacy has a nice ring to it

When the name New York Yankees is stated to sports fans around the world, most people think of legacy, while others may think of dynasty-most all will think of rings. The Bombers will look to keep that legacy alive, by going for their 28th World Series title. Keeping that legacy and dynasty alive were two big victories over American League […]

Late night pop for Yankees in 5-3 victory over Baltimore

The New York Yankees (87-53) and some very loyal fans waited four hours, but still were able to find pop in their 5-3 victory over the Baltimore Orioles (55-85). The Bombers tallied three homers in the late night special. The Bombers needing to wait out the heavy rain in the New York City area, due to the fact that there […]

New York Yankees burned by Burnett in 12-5 loss to Orioles

No grand slams were going to save the New York Yankees (78-51) on this night, as starter A.J. Burnett (L, 9-11) continues his struggles on the mound. His latest setback is a 12-5 loss to the Baltimore Orioles (52-77) on Friday night. Burnett burned the Yankees by allowing the Orioles to score six unanswered runs in the bottom of the second […]

New York Yankees edged by Oakland in Game One: 6-5

The New York Yankees (77-49) came one run short of a Game One victory over the Oakland Athletics (58-70) in a Tuesday night game at Yankee Stadium. Starter Bartolo Colon (L, 8-8) tossed 6.1 innings, giving up eight hits, five runs and two homers in another rough start. Colon gave up five runs for the second straight start, and has not won […]

Yankees Preview 8/18/11-Bombers look to move on from Kansas City controversy

The New York Yankees (74-47) are going to open a four-game series against the Minnesota Twins (54-68) after what was a heartbreaking, and what some say a controversial 5-4 loss to the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday.Yankee Stadium Fan Photo by: Stacy Podelski The controversy came  from the Billy Butler homer in the third inning, it seemed after video replay that […]

‘Royals’ pain as Yankees fall in finale: 5-4

Bases loaded with two outs as Jorge Posada was hoping to celebrate his birthday with a blast, instead the  New York Yankees (74-47) designated hitter struck out in the Bombers 5-4 loss to the Royals (51-73) on Wednesday night. Alex Gordon had a three-run homer (15) along with a Billy Butler homer (15) to cap of a four run third […]