The Yanks boast championship-level bullpen, but that's it in the first half.
The Yankees are in deep trouble, on the verge of falling into last place.
The New York Yankees suffered yet another injury on Wednesday night when Hiroki Kuroda was forced out of his start against the Baltimore Orioles due to a bruised right calf.
Even with the New York Yankees having relinquished a 10-game lead in the AL East, Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner said manager Joe Girardi's job, nor anyone else's, is in danger.
The Yankees restored calm on Sunday, and regained first place, too.
Controversial loss to the Birds ruffled feathers in the Yankees' clubhouse.
If the Yankees are to win the East, they'll have to get back to bombing.
Here's a thought: Maybe the Yankees just aren't as good as the Orioles.
Yankees center fielder Curtis Granderson was forced to leave Saturday's game with a tight right hamstring after striking out in the second inning of Saturday's game against the Orioles.
The Yankees don't look like a first-place team right now. So is it time to panic?
A cold, damp night Wednesday at Yankee Stadium felt like October. Last October.
How strange a night was it for the Yanks? Mariano Rivera was the weakest link.