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Past articles by Stacey:

Random Box Score: July 10, 1979

Daily baseball statistical analysis and commentary. → Read More

Random Box Score: May 4, 1993

Daily baseball statistical analysis and commentary. → Read More

Ranking Yankees Needs For Remainder Of Offseason

This year, Major League Baseball’s offseason seems to be moving at a glacial pace. Nothing of great significance is happening. If any signings or trades do occur, they’re lackluster at best. After signing Giancarlo Stanton early this offseason, things have been a little quiet for the New York Yankees. Sure, they’ve been linked to Manny […] → Read More

3 Best Trade Fits For Zach Britton

Though the timing may not be perfect, the Baltimore Orioles could be looking to trade reliever Zach Britton. They need some salary relief, and shipping Britton off to another team could provide that relief. Britton, who had an incredible 2016 campaign in which he converted 47 out of 47 saves and pitched to an 0.54 […] → Read More

3 Players Yankees Should Target This Offseason

This offseason could prove to be an interesting one for general manager Brian Cashman and the New York Yankees. It’s already shorter than most people expected it to be with the 2017 team not only making the playoffs ahead of schedule, but taking the eventual champion Houston Astros to the seventh game of the American […] → Read More

A eulogy for the unexpectedly great 2017 Yankees

When the 2017 season opened on April 2, the New York Yankees lost to the Tampa Bay Rays, 7-3. Their ace or at least the pitcher everyone assumed would be their ace, Masahiro Tanaka, lasted only 2 2/3 innings and gave up all seven runs Tampa scored. That set off alarm bells around Yankeeland. Sometimes […] → Read More

Where do the Yankees stand up 3-2 in ALCS?

What a difference three games make. After arriving in New York down 0-2 to the Houston Astros in the American League Championship Series, the New York Yankees, behind strong starting pitching and an awakened offense, are heading back to Houston up 3-2 with a chance to close out the series on Friday night. That’s right. […] → Read More

Where Do Yankees Stand After Two Games Vs Indians?

The New York Yankees are in a bit of trouble. After two disappointing games in Cleveland, New York is back home in the Bronx down 0-2 in the American League Division Series. Essentially, the Yankees are in the same position they were in Tuesday night when they were preparing for the winner-takes-all Wild Card game: […] → Read More

Girardi Blunder Puts Yankees in Difficult Spot

The problems that plagued the New York Yankees in Game 1 of the American League Division Series didn’t hurt them early in Game 2. Their offense came alive in the first five innings, scoring eight runs, and starter CC Sabathia’s outing lasted longer than Luis Severino and Sonny Gray’s combined. It looked as if the […] → Read More

Yankees Look Overwhelmed In Game 1 Of ALDS

Missing: The Yankees offense Last seen: Tuesday night in New York You can’t win if you don’t hit and Thursday night’s lifeless performance by the New York Yankees‘ offense in Game 1 of the American League Divison Series against the Cleveland Indians didn’t inspire any confidence, and with Corey Kluber waiting in the wings as […] → Read More

Here’s how Yankees can win the wild-card game

You’re the New York Yankees. Before the 2017 season began, everyone predicted that you would miss the playoffs again because you were in rebuilding mode. They said that some of your players were too young and inexperienced to win. They also said that the other players on your team were also-rans who couldn’t possibly lead […] → Read More

What Flaw Will Hold Yankees Back In Playoffs?

Over the weekend the “rebuilding” New York Yankees, who weren’t supposed to even contend in 2017, clinched a playoff berth. With the way things look now, they will face the Minnesota Twins in the Wild Card game with the winner moving on to face either the Cleveland Indians or Houston Astros in the American League […] → Read More

Which Team Should Yankees Want To Face In Wild Card Game?

Two years ago, the New York Yankees hosted the American League Wild Card game and they were shutout by Dallas Keuchel and the Houston Astros, 3-0. This year, it looks like the Yankees will once again be hosting the Wild Card game in the Bronx on Oct. 3. They have a six-and-a-half-game lead in the […] → Read More

Jaime Garcia looking like pitcher Yankees need him to be

Jaime Garcia had his best start as a New York Yankee on Monday night. Maybe Garcia felt like he had something to prove after manager Joe Girardi pulled him early from his last start against the Tampa Bay Rays. Whatever it was, it was a welcome sight for the Yankees. He only gave up four […] → Read More

Upcoming Twins-Yankees Series Big For Both Teams

Before the 2017 season began, the New York Yankees and Minnesota Twins weren’t picked by many baseball pundits to do much of anything. The Yankees were in a “rebuilding” year, and the Twins were coming off a season when they lost 103 games, so not a lot was expected from them, either. But here we […] → Read More

The Issues That Divide Us

Daily baseball statistical analysis and commentary. → Read More

Chase Headley Has Become One Of Yankees Key Players

Chase Headley has become one of the New York Yankees‘ most reliable hitters. It took a while to happen and it even took a position change for him to get going, but Headley is a big reason why New York is still in the hunt for the American League East Division title and why it […] → Read More

The sudden importance of this week's Yankees-Orioles series

The beautiful thing about baseball is that a team’s fortunes can change in a matter of days or weeks. Such is the case for the Baltimore Orioles. A month ago, this week’s three-game series against the New York Yankees probably would have been viewed solely as a “spoiler”-type of series for the lowly fourth place […] → Read More

What’s the Yankees best plan for Chad Green in 2018?

During a tough series at home in which the New York Yankees were swept by the Cleveland Indians, there was a lone bright spot: reliever Chad Green. On Wednesday afternoon, in the first game of a doubleheader between the two teams, Green entered the baseball history books. He became the first pitcher in Major League […] → Read More

Is CC Sabathia pitching his way into another Yankees contract?

The New York Yankees will have a lot of decisions to make when this season ends and most of those will revolve around their starting rotation. Who to keep? Who to bid adieu? Who to sign? The biggest decision will obviously depend on whether Masahiro Tanaka opts out of his current contract, but what about […] → Read More