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Jun 16
2008
2:56 PM

by Brian
9
Click for full story. It is indeed a Lisfranc injury. Confirmed by Peter Abraham.Oh brother.Short-term, the Yanks will need a spot starter for Saturday against the Reds, then off days will provide some relief. Long-term is anyone's guess. ...
Jun 16
2008
12:09 PM

by Brian
2
Click for full story. The early speculation on Chien-Ming Wang's foot injury couldn't be worse. According to Tyler Kepner, it could be the dreaded Lisfranc's injury (found via River Ave Blues). Before we go any further, if you're wondering what a Lisfranc's injury is,...
Jun 15
2008
8:52 PM

by Brian
2
Click for full story. Your classic good news/bad news day. The bad first: Chien-Ming Wang was lost for an unknown period of time after injuring his foot running the bases in the top the sixth. The Wanger was cruising through the first five, and...
Jun 10
2008
9:58 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Here's the lineup, live blog after the jump. Anytime the Yanks face a pitcher with a girl's name, it's advantage Yankees.vs. Dana EvelandDamon (LF)Jeter (SS)Abreu (RF)A-Rod (3B)Giambi (DH)Posada (C)Betemit (1B)Cano (2B)Melky (CF)The Wanger is on the hill....
May 13
2008
10:46 PM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. All of the Yankee excitement came in the form of one Hideki Matsui at bat in the top of the ninth. Matsui took a Troy Percival fastball into the seats right down the line and the second or two it...
May 7
2008
11:54 PM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. Cliff Lee, the same pitcher who posted a 6.29 ERA and was demoted to AAA in 2007, is absolutely untouchable this year. The Wanger didn't pitch particularly poorly, he went 7 innings allowing only 5 hits, 3 walks and 3...
May 7
2008
3:34 PM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. Chien-Ming Wang has been the Yankees best pitcher pretty much since he arrived on the scene. His 52-18 career record is outstanding, his career 3.69 ERA and 1.277 WHIP both put him in the upper-echelon of starters in this league....
May 2
2008
10:19 PM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. In a departure from the tedious script they've been following recently, the Yanks scored early tonight and not only made the runs stand up, but tacked on a couple more for the win. The Wanger continues to evolve from a...
Apr 28
2008
2:39 AM

by Brian
4
Click for full story. Let's hop in the time machine. The date, October 5th, 2007. The location is the same, Cleveland, OH. The pitchers were different on that day, it was Carmona vs. Pettitte, but the dominance was the same. Two aces going at...
Apr 23
2008
1:57 AM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. Tonight's 9-5 win over the ChiSox was highlighted by three performances. First, Chien-Ming Wang. The Yankee ace really pitched horribly with the exception of a couple of key situations. He gave up 10 hits and 2 walks in his six...
Apr 12
2008
1:35 AM

by Brian
2
Click for full story. If you thought Thursday night's game was an indication that the Yankee bats have finally come to life, I think you were probably mistaken. The Yanks only managed a meager 4 runs against Clay Buchholz and their average with runners...
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Posted under wrong topic, sorry....
Apr 6
2008
8:39 PM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. Today's win over the Rays was a great example of how much Chien-Ming Wang has grown over the last season as a pitcher. Last year, due to an injury to his finger nail, Wang had to rely on his slider...
Feb 8
2008
8:13 PM

by Brian
9
Click for full story. $600,000 separates Chien-Ming Wang's asking price and the Yankee offer. $600,000, or to put it in perspective, 5.45% of what the Yanks are paying Carl Pavano this season. Wang asked for $4.6M, the Yanks offered $4.0M. So close, but yet...
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Baseball business, sometimes, is just like a sweatshop. ...
Oct 20
2007
8:10 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The last shovel-full of dirt hasn't been tossed on Joe Torre's managerial casket and the rumors are already reaching fever pitch. MLB Trade Rumors has a piece today chock-full of Yankee speculation. Here are the highlights, my thoughts are...
Oct 8
2007
6:35 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Chien-Ming Wang was atrocious in game 1. Flat-out awful. Tonight, he's in the Bronx. His home field. His favorite mound. In front of the best fans in the world. Tonight will be an entirely different story. It's another one-game season,...
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