Series Preview: Yankees (30-19) vs Orioles (24-23)

After soundly thrashing the Baltimore Orioles just a few days ago on their home turf, the Yankees kick off a 12-game home stand by hosting the O's. The Yanks just finished taking a three-game series from the Devil Rays, and the Orioles have won four straight after dropping their previous seven in a row.
June 1, 2004

PP Game Notes: Yankees 11 - Orioles 3

Alex Rodriguez and Enrique Wilson combined to drive in seven runs as the Yankees pounded the Baltimore Orioles 11-3 on Monday night. Jon Lieber put in yet another excellent performance as the Yankees improved to eight games over .500.
May 25, 2004

PP Game Notes: Yankees 10 - Oakland 8

The Yankees took a poor performance from Jose Contreras and turned into a dramatic come-from-behind victory. A six-run inning capped by a three-run Ruben Sierra double brought the Yankees back from the brink of defeat to a 10-8 victory. The win was their seventh straight, but Sierra - the Yankees' hottest hitter - left the game with an injury.
May 4, 2004

PP Spring Training Report: 2004 Yankees Bench

For most American League teams, the bench is just a place to rest your regulars every once in a while. The bench system isn't integral to AL baseball like it is in the National League, but that doesn't mean that a strong bench isn't a plus. Last season, the Yankees' bench was decent enough, but this season it might just be even stronger, with players of many sizes and shapes.
March 4, 2004

PP Spring Training Report: 2004 Yankee Lineup

During the last great Yankee dynasty, the starting rotation was the strength of the championship and pennant-winning teams. While pitching is still a strength for the Yankees, the Bronx Bombers have apparently returned with an all-new Murderer's Row for the 21st century. If you like high-powered offense and tons of fireworks at the plate, just keep your eyes on the Yankees in 2004.
March 1, 2004

Yankees 2004 Outlook, Part 1

With the offseason well under way, some changes are likely going to be made to the Yankees in the next few months. While the 2003 season is a nice memory, it's time to start looking forward to next season. With that, I bring you the Yankees 2004 Outlook. Part one will deal with the infielders.
November 6, 2003

Yankees Final Report Cards, Part 1

In a follow-up to this year's Mid-Season report cards, I present you with the Final Report Cards. Find out if your favorite Yankee made the grade. We'll start things off with the infielders of your 2003 Yankees, in alphabetical order.
November 2, 2003