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  1. David Wilson, New York Giants RB, believes he will be a Hall of F...

    Matt Ehalt

    David Wilson told Newsday on Thursday he believes he will be a Hall of Fame player. So far, the speedster has made more of a name for himself as a kickoff returner and for costly fumbles than his production as a running back.

    Story | Conversation | October 19, 2012
  2. Nova gives up four but in line for the win

    Matt Ehalt

    Ivan Nova did not have a great outing on Sunday, but he's in line to pick up his 14th consecutive decision as he left after six innings with the Yankees up 8-4. Nova struck out eight but gave up plenty of hard-hit balls, including home runs to Mar...

    Blog | April 15, 2012
  3. Colon leaves after six scoreless

    Matt Ehalt

    The Yankees could not have scripted a better return for Bartolo Colon. The veteran righty hurled six scoreless innings and gave up just five hits in his return from the disabled list. Colon is in line to pick up his sixth win of the year as he le...

    Blog | July 02, 2011
  4. Breaking down picks No. 21-30

    Matt Ehalt

    The Yankees went deep with pitching with their picks from No. 21-30. Nine of the players chosen were pitchers, with the lone exception being a third baseman, and six of the players were college players. Here are the final players the Yankees chose on...

    Blog | June 07, 2011
  5. Breaking down picks No. 11-20

    Matt Ehalt

    With their next 10 picks, the Yankees have focused in on pitching and outfield help. From pick No. 11 to pick No. 20, the Yankees selected seven pitchers and three outfielders. Of that group, six are college players while four are high school players...

    Blog | June 07, 2011
  6. Breaking down the Yankees first 10 draft picks

    Matt Ehalt

    Through their first 10 picks in the 2011 MLB Draft, the Yankees appear to favoring high school players and splitting their picks among pitchers and position players. The Yankees have taken six high school players to four college players, while tak...

    Blog | June 07, 2011