It's official: the policy of the Yankees' front office is to start Opening Day with the oldest roster in the history of Major League Baseball. And this must be the policy because nothing else the Yankees have done - or not done - makes any sense.
First off, for our Christmas present, the Steinbre ... More >>
On October 8, 2010, the day after Andy Pettitte shut down the Minnesota Twin in the first round of the playoffs, I asked the rhetorical question, "Is Pettitte a legitimate Hall of Fame candidate?"
The argument for Pettitte now is pretty much what it was then, but let me review it quickly: He's w ... More >>
If the Mets' handling of Luis Castillo is an indication of things to come, the so-called rebuilding of the team is going to be a lot of smoke and mirrors and scapegoats. Make no mistake, that's largely what Sandy Alderson has done by releasing the man who's been the team's second baseman for ... More >>
It's too early (by a few hours, at least) to call this a T3 -- a total team tank. After all, C.C. Sabathia could win this afternoon, and if the Texas Rangers can win three straight, so can the Yankees.
But if Yankee fans need anything more to be depressed about, consider that Sabathia, wh ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives.
October 23, 1969, Vol. XIV, No. 54
Three Days at Shea: All Heaven Broke Loose
by Joe Flaherty
It is no small wonder that H.L. Mencken was a cranky fellow. Living in Baltimore can do that to a man. Its proximity to New York is so close, ... More >>
Thanks to our friends over at WeeklyDig for spot-on scouting predictions:
I suspect that Lackey will have a decent game tonight notwithstanding, but I also expect to see Torii "Dogface" Hunter come up short when it counts - like he always does.
John "Cursing Maniac" Lackey and Jared "Reme ... More >>