Sunscreen allowed at the Stadium. No more fears of lotion bombs. Big step in the fight against terroristsSubmitted by mike on Wed, 07/23/2008 - 12:15.
Sunscreen is now legal in Yankee Stadium. Finally some justice. I have been waiting for the day, in our free country, that we could apply sunscreen so we don't get burned while watching a game. It only took 7 years. That is facinating how quick they moved on allowing it back in the stadium.
Terrorists..... We are not afraid of you and your plastic bottles of SPF. We will stop at nothing to be patriotic and free our country from the suns harmful rays. We WILL continue to go about our normal lives and apply this lotion and not be scared of your cowardly attempts to thwart us. Hell, I want people to show them just how unscared we are. Start bringing it at night, in the morning, on stadium tours, to Stans bar and even to monument park.
We are proud Americans. Please que Kate Smith's God Bless America.
(Picture Source ESPN)
The Yankees can not acquire Mariners left-hander Jarrod Washburn without his approval.
Washburn's limited no-trade protection gives him the right to veto a deal to the Yankees, according to a major-league source.
The contract provision complicates the Yankees' pursuit of Washburn, which was first reported by the Newark-Star Ledger.
Washburn, who turns 34 on Aug. 14, is owed the balance of his $9.85 million salary this season and $10.35 million next season.
Players generally require financial compensation to waive no-trade protection, usually in the form of a cash bonus or contract extension.
The Yankees almost certainly would not part with quality prospects for Washburn if they needed to absorb his contract and negotiate additional compensation with his agent, Scott Boras. The Mariners are seeking young pitching in return, according to major-league sources. (Source)
Yankees 12 Twins 4 (Box Score)
Sidney's Line - 5.2 INN, 9 HA, 2 BBI, 2 K, 3 ER, 4.765 ERA, 1.941 WHIP, W
Cano's Stats since the All Star Break. This is when he starts to turn it on.
NEW YORK (AP) — Jorge Posada wants to help the New York Yankees win this year, and be ready for the start of next season. He may have to choose between the two.
Posada went on the 15-day disabled list for the second time this season Monday, and the veteran catcher could be headed for season-ending surgery on his injured throwing shoulder.
"It's just really, really tough," Posada said. "Right now, I'm going through tough times."
Posada was scheduled to see New York Mets medical director Dr. David Altchek on Tuesday to have an MRI and his shoulder examined. He missed more than a month earlier this season with right rotator cuff tendinitis.
Acknowledging there's more damage in the shoulder beyond a torn labrum, Posada could miss the start of next season if he puts off the necessary surgery.
"That's the biggest thing," he said. "I don't want to miss two years. I'm already flustered with this one because I haven't been 100 percent and I've been trying to play through a lot of pain." (Source)
Birthplace: Holly Hill, South Carolina (which coincidentally also happens to be former Yankee Great Willie Randolphs hometown as well!)
College: College of Charleston
Minor League Highlights:
2005 Ranked 5th in the New York Penn League in Steals
2006 - Florida State League All Star
2007 - Between Double AA, Triple AAA, and the Arizona Fall League he had a combined 55 steals while only being thrown out 8 times.
Clearly Gardners greatest asset is his Speed. Baseball American called him "the fastest baserunner in the organization"
He's shown this so far stealing 5 bases already for the Yankees since being brought up on June 30, 2008. In addition this speed helps him defensively .
Joe Girardi said the following of Gardner, "He's an exciting player. He creates havoc"
Sorta sounds like something thats often said about Jose Reyes.
Below are Richie's career batting stats. Do you think he will be a good addition?
We think he will be a decent addition. With Quasimoto Duncan having an injury and Betimet being Betimet, we think this was a decent pick up. He is batting .344 against lefties and the Yankees will only play him against them. Not to mention he can be a larger target for Jeter's wild throws from short and we only have to pay $161,000 for him.
This picture was sent in from a fan of matsuifan. Thanks fan.
It is said that Giambi was relaxing in Las Vegas.
OAK: Smith (5-7, 3.43 ERA)
NYY: Mussina (11-6, 3.61 ERA)
OAK: Duchscherer (10-5, 1.82 ERA)
NYY: Chamberlain (2-3, 2.62 ERA)
OAK: Gallagher (4-4, 4.25 ERA)
NYY: Pettitte (10-7, 4.03 ERA)
Yankees left fielder Johnny Damon could hit off a tee on Friday and hopes to rejoin the team by late next week.
Damon is on the 15-day disabled list with an injured left shoulder, which was hurt when the outfielder ran into the fence attempting to catch a ball on July 4. He underwent treatment only Wednesday at the Yankees' minor league complex.
"Friday could be a big day," Damon said. "It feels a lot better today. It feels much better not doing the drills." (Source)