Series Recap: Yankees 3, Red Sox 0

Honestly, I don't even know where to start. The Yankees swept a three-game series from Boston to take an eight and a half-game lead in the American League East and, in the process, managed to simultaneously tear Boston's heart to pieces and regain their former Yankee mystique. What a series.
July 1, 2004

PP Game Notes: Yankees 2 - Mariners 1

Kevin Brown and Joel Pineiro matched up for a classic pitcher's duel in the Bronx, that ended up with Brown coming away with the victory. Brown improved to 5-0 on the season, holding the M's to just one run. Pineiro went the distance, but lost anyway as the Yanks won 2-1.
May 16, 2004

PP Game Notes: White Sox 9 - Yankees 3

Jose Contreras was wild in his first start of the season and poor fielding sealed the Yankees fate. The lone bright spot for the Yankees was Bubba Crosby's first major-league homerun. Chicago took advantage of every opportunity that came up and walked away with a 9-3 victory over the Yankees on Friday.
April 9, 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