Articles Tagged ‘Johnny Damon’

The Conversation: Derek Jeter

With the San Francisco Giants’ decisive World Series victory, another baseball season has ended. For serious fans, the Hot Stove League may generate as much…



Granderson A Nice Add, But Work Remains

Life doesn’t get much better for Yankees fans. The Bombers won the 2009 World Series, then made one the first big splashes of the offseason by acquiring Curtis Granderson, an All-Star center fielder, in a blockbuster three-way deal.



Hot Stove 2009 Preview: The New York Yankees

The Yankees are hated for their offseason spending sprees and they will continue to be hated for grabbing the top talent from free agency at their leisure. Reflective of the balls that flew out of the new Yankee Stadium, the Yankees are always a threat to hit a home run during the Hot Stove season. Going into the 2009 offseason, the Yankees won’t spend as much as they did last year but there are issues that need to be addressed when assembling the 2010 roster.



A-Rod, Damon Help Yanks Beat Phils, 7-4

Alex Rodriguez waited all game for this hit. Heck, he waited his whole career. Rodriguez delivered the biggest hit of his life, a go-ahead, two-out…



Yanks Win Over Mets, Jeter And Damon Sit With Flu

Yankees captain Derek Jeter and left fielder Johnny Damon missed Saturday night’s 5-0 Subway Series win over the Mets because of flu.