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Name: River Ave. Blues
Description: Three die-hards follow the Yankees from the minor leagues to the bigs
URL: http://www.riveraveblues.com
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Related Team(s): Yankees
Related Sports(s): Baseball
Date Added: 2007-02-28 20:14:04
  
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Wednesday Night Open Thread
Here is your nightly open thread. The Royals and Giants are playing Game Two of the World Series a little later tonight (8pm ET on FOX). It’ll be Yordano Ventura against Jake Peavy. Both the Knicks and Nets are playing preseason games as well. Talk about any of that stuff and more right here. Post […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

MLBTR’s Projected Arbitration Salaries for 2015
At this time last season, the Yankees were still talking about getting under the $189M luxury tax threshold for the 2014 season. It was definitely doable, but it would have been very difficult, especially since the team wanted to contend at the same time. Eventually the Yankees abandoned their luxury tax plan and they didn’t […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Hillman confirms Yankees offered him job overseeing farm system
Via Evan Drellich: Former Yankees special assistant Trey Hillman confirmed the team offered him the opportunity to replace the retiring Mark Newman as their VP of Baseball Ops and head farm system honcho. He turned it down because he wanted to get back on the field and coach. “(Brian Cashman) said, ‘Trey, I would never […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

2014 Season Review: The Greene Monster
The Yankees were saddled with a ton of position player injuries last year, including Mark Teixeira‘s wrist, Curtis Granderson‘s forearm (and hand), and Derek Jeter‘s ankle. The result was far too much playing time for guys like Lyle Overbay, Vernon Wells, and Eduardo Nunez. The offense stunk. It was a lot worst than it was […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Injury Updates: Sabathia, Claiborne, Murphy
Even though the Yankees haven’t played a game in nearly a month now, there are still some injuries that need updating. Here’s the latest on the walking wounded, courtesy of Pete Caldera, Dan Martin, George King, and Josh Norris. CC Sabathia (knee) is still throwing twice a week and he feels “pretty much back to […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Hillman confirms Yankees offered him job overseeing farm system
Via Evan Drellich: Former Yankees special assistant Trey Hillman confirmed the team offered him the opportunity to replace the retiring Mark Newman as their VP of Baseball Ops and head farm system honcho. He turned it down because he wanted to get back on the field and coach. “(Brian Cashman) said, ‘Trey, I would never […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

2014 Season Review: The Greene Monster
The Yankees were saddled with a ton of position player injuries last year, including Mark Teixeira‘s wrist, Curtis Granderson‘s forearm (and hand), and Derek Jeter‘s ankle. The result was far too much playing time for guys like Lyle Overbay, Vernon Wells, and Eduardo Nunez. The offense stunk. It was a lot worst than it was […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Injury Updates: Sabathia, Claiborne, Murphy
Even though the Yankees haven’t played a game in nearly a month now, there are still some injuries that need updating. Here’s the latest on the walking wounded, courtesy of Pete Caldera, Dan Martin, George King, and Josh Norris. CC Sabathia (knee) is still throwing twice a week and he feels “pretty much back to […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

MLBTR’s Projected Arbitration Salaries for 2015
At this time last season, the Yankees were still talking about getting under the $189M luxury tax threshold for the 2014 season. It was definitely doable, but it would have been very difficult, especially since the team wanted to contend at the same time. Eventually the Yankees abandoned their luxury tax plan and they didn’t […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Tuesday Night Open Thread
Here is your open thread for the evening. The World Series finally (finally!) gets underway tonight (8pm ET on FOX). It’ll be James Shields against Big Game Madison Bumgarner. All three local hockey teams are playing as well. Talk about those games or whatever else is on your mind right here. Post from: River Ave. […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Tuesday Night Open Thread
Here is your open thread for the evening. The World Series finally (finally!) gets underway tonight (8pm ET on FOX). It’ll be James Shields against Big Game Madison Bumgarner. All three local hockey teams are playing as well. Talk about those games or whatever else is on your mind right here. Post from: River Ave. […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

2014 Season Review: Better than nothing from the keystone?
Not gonna lie: The original title of this season review was “Nothing from the keystone.” It sure seemed that way, given that Stephen Drew and Brian Roberts combined for 458 of 631 total PA from the position. Add in Brendan Ryan for another 42 and it looks like a downright disaster. Then I saw this, […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

2014 Season Review: Better than nothing from the keystone?
Not gonna lie: The original title of this season review was “Nothing from the keystone.” It sure seemed that way, given that Stephen Drew and Brian Roberts combined for 458 of 631 total PA from the position. Add in Brendan Ryan for another 42 and it looks like a downright disaster. Then I saw this, […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

MLBTR’s Offseason Outlook: Yankees edition
Just a heads up, MLBTR covered the Yankees as part of their Offseason Outlook series yesterday. It’s a breakdown of the team’s current contract commitments — with arbitration projections, which I’ll examine more closely tomorrow — and the roster issues they face this coming winter. It’s a great general overview of the team’s situation, so […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog ...

MLBTR’s Offseason Outlook: Yankees edition
Just a heads up, MLBTR covered the Yankees as part of their Offseason Outlook series yesterday. It’s a breakdown of the team’s current contract commitments — with arbitration projections, which I’ll examine more closely tomorrow — and the roster issues they face this coming winter. It’s a great general overview of the team’s situation, so […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog ...

Thoughts before the start of the World Series
The World Series finally starts tonight after four baseball-less days. That felt like an eternity. My official prediction is Royals in six for no apparent reason. It’s a total guess. More than anything, I want a long and exciting series that goes the full seven games. Both the LDS and LCS rounds were a blast. […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Yankees announce Spring Training schedule, pitchers and catchers report February 20th
The Yankees officially announced their Spring Training schedule this afternoon. Pitchers and catchers will report to Tampa on Friday, February 20th, four months from  today. Position players report on the 25th and the first full squad workout is day after that. The regular season doesn’t begin until April 6th next year, which is why Spring […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Thoughts before the start of the World Series
The World Series finally starts tonight after four baseball-less days. That felt like an eternity. My official prediction is Royals in six for no apparent reason. It’s a total guess. More than anything, I want a long and exciting series that goes the full seven games. Both the LDS and LCS rounds were a blast. […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Yankees announce Spring Training schedule, pitchers and catchers report February 20th
The Yankees officially announced their Spring Training schedule this afternoon. Pitchers and catchers will report to Tampa on Friday, February 20th, four months from  today. Position players report on the 25th and the first full squad workout is day after that. The regular season doesn’t begin until April 6th next year, which is why Spring […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Monday Night Open Thread
Long-time Oriole and short-time Yankee Brian Roberts has retired, he confirmed to Dan Connolly. “It was just kind of my time. There were numerous reasons that I felt like I couldn’t play at a level that I was accustomed to and wanted to play at if I continued to play. I always said that I […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Monday Night Open Thread
Long-time Oriole and short-time Yankee Brian Roberts has retired, he confirmed to Dan Connolly. “It was just kind of my time. There were numerous reasons that I felt like I couldn’t play at a level that I was accustomed to and wanted to play at if I continued to play. I always said that I […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Feinsand: Gary Denbo to replace Mark Newman, Pat Roessler out as player development director
According to Mark Feinsand, the Yankees have tabbed Gary Denbo to replace Mark Newman as vice president of baseball operations. Newman, who has run the team’s farm system for more than a decade, is retiring. Denbo has been part of the interview process as the Yankees look for a new hitting coach, which was an […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Yankees will not hire Dave Magadan as hitting coach
Rangers hitting coach Dave Magadan did not get the Yankees hitting coach job, he confirmed to Susan Slusser. Magadan and Athletics hitting coach Chili Davis are the only people who have been confirmed to have interviewed for the job, and the Red Sox are set to hire Davis. The Yankees hired Larry Rothschild as pitching […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Feinsand: Gary Denbo to replace Mark Newman, Pat Roessler out as player development director
According to Mark Feinsand, the Yankees have tabbed Gary Denbo to replace Mark Newman as vice president of baseball operations. Newman, who has run the team’s farm system for more than a decade, is retiring. Denbo has been part of the interview process as the Yankees look for a new hitting coach, which was an […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Yankees will not hire Dave Magadan as hitting coach
Rangers hitting coach Dave Magadan did not get the Yankees hitting coach job, he confirmed to Susan Slusser. Magadan and Athletics hitting coach Chili Davis are the only people who have been confirmed to have interviewed for the job, and the Red Sox are set to hire Davis. The Yankees hired Larry Rothschild as pitching […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

2014 Season Review: The Perfect Fit Who Didn’t Fit
On paper, signing Kelly Johnson to a one-year contract worth $3M last offseason made perfect sense for the Yankees. They had questions at both second and third bases, plus he’s a dead pull left-handed hitter who figured to take advantage of Yankee Stadium’s short right field porch. When Robinson Cano signed with the Mariners a […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Cafardo: Korean shortstop Jung-Ho Kang to be posted this offseason
According to Nick Cafardo, the Nexen Heroes of the Korea Baseball Organization will make star shortstop Jung-Ho Kang available to MLB teams via the posting process this offseason. The posting agreement with KBO is different than the posting agreement with Nippon Pro Baseball in Japan. The posting system for Korean players is the same as […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Fan Confidence Poll: October 20th, 2014
2014 Record: 84-78 (633 RS, 664 RA, 77-85 pythag. record), didn’t qualify for postseason Top stories from last week: Among others, the Yankees interviewed both Rangers hitting coach Dave Magadan and Athletics hitting coach Chili Davis for their open hitting coach job. The Red Sox have since hired Davis. The Yankees are also said to […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

2014 Season Review: The Perfect Fit Who Didn’t Fit
On paper, signing Kelly Johnson to a one-year contract worth $3M last offseason made perfect sense for the Yankees. They had questions at both second and third bases, plus he’s a dead pull left-handed hitter who figured to take advantage of Yankee Stadium’s short right field porch. When Robinson Cano signed with the Mariners a […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Cafardo: Korean shortstop Jung-Ho Kang to be posted this offseason
According to Nick Cafardo, the Nexen Heroes of the Korea Baseball Organization will make star shortstop Jung-Ho Kang available to MLB teams via the posting process this offseason. The posting agreement with KBO is different than the posting agreement with Nippon Pro Baseball in Japan. The posting system for Korean players is the same as […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Fan Confidence Poll: October 20th, 2014
2014 Record: 84-78 (633 RS, 664 RA, 77-85 pythag. record), didn’t qualify for postseason Top stories from last week: Among others, the Yankees interviewed both Rangers hitting coach Dave Magadan and Athletics hitting coach Chili Davis for their open hitting coach job. The Red Sox have since hired Davis. The Yankees are also said to […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

 
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