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  • Pavano throws two innings

     
    This is not a joke. Carl Pavano threw a pair of scoreless innings tonight for Class A Charleston in his first minor-league rehab game. He allowed one hit and one walk with four strikeouts. Phil Hughes followed Pavano in that......
  • Now Joba?

     
    Very tough loss for the Yankees last night. Losing a game 9-5 on a walkoff grand slam by Marlon Byrd, on a night when Mariano Rivera was unavailable, would be bad enough. But to know that Joba Chamberlain is likely......
  • Tim McCarver stands by pick: No playoffs for Yanks

     
    Here's my work strategy for today: Keep the blog beast fed with occasional non-Brett posts while working on Brett stuff for the Friday newspaper. Fair? Like this, for example: Fox's Tim McCarver, who will work Saturday's Yankees-Angels tilt, is not......
  • Blog update

     
    FYI, I've gotten a handful of emails about problems with the blogsite, that it's showing a different date. We are switching to a new blog format to try to get rid of some of the trolls, so that may be......
  • Losing to Halladay, losing series

     
    There's no shame in losing to Roy Halladay. The unfortunate thing for the Yankees is, at this stage in the season, they can't afford any losses. Especially not to lose two out of three in both the last two series.......
  • Kay calls Yanks' play 'disgraceful' and 'embarrassment'

     
    Holy Horace Clarke! You might have missed it because you were watching Broncos-Raiders or sleeping, but . . . The Yankees have become such a basket case that YES play-by-play man Michael Kay flipped over to radio talk show host......
  • Gameday Live 162: Yankees vs. Red Sox

     
    Mike Gavin here to wrap up the 2008 season. The Rays own the AL East, the Red Sox own the wild card, and the Mets own the backpages. The Yankees have not been so irrelevant entering their final game of......
  • 89-73

     
    And that's a wrap -- your 2008 Yankees finished at 89-73. It's not awful, but obviously wasn't good enough to make the playoffs. They finished strong, which is a positive. You have to wonder how things might have been different......
  • Slow day in Tampa; Wang throws first bullpen session

     
    Newsday has learned that George Steinbrenner has a nice house. Not much going on at Legends Field today. The second day of Yankee meetings is apparently taking place off-site, but The Boss' mansion is not the site, as a Newsday......
  • Where do Yankees go?

     
    Now that the World Series is over, the hot stove season can officially begin. So what should the Yankees do? Everyone knows their top priority is starting pitching, and ideally they'd land CC Sabathia. There have been all sorts of......
  • Yanks looking for lots of pitching

     
    By Benjamin Kabak It's the middle of November. In New York, it's cold and gray, and for most people, baseball is a glimmer of spring far off in the distance. While many in the city are starting to whisper about......
  • Cashman talks

     
    Lots to talk about from the meeting with Brian Cashman: First, this strong quote on negotiations with CC Sabathia: "We're not being played. We're not being manipulated. We're not being used. I just think he's making an informed decision." In......