Spanning the Yankee Blogs: Hughes, Pineda, Hayden Sharp, Joba, Cabral
Good afternoon all. I spanned the Yankee Blogs and report back with an article from each. Enjoy them.
* An A-blog for A-Rod has a great article about Phil Hughes and the perils of pitching well during a surplus.
* Bleeding Yankee Blue asks who your favorite Yankee pitcher of all time is.
* Bomber Boulevard recaps the roller coaster of the past week.
* Bronx Baseball Daily has the video of Bernie Williams playing with the Allman Brothers Band that I tweeted about last week.
* It’s about the Money Stupid mentions that Michael Pineda is not Phil Hughes.
* Lady Loves Pinstripes has the preview of the 2012 Twins.
* New York Baseball Digest writes why taking Cabral on the roster makes the most sense.
* Pinstripe Alley asks who are your favorite 2012 Yankee prospects.
* River Ave Blues has the 2012 season preview of the closer.
* Road to Yankee Stadium is looking under the radar at Branden Pinder.
* Sliding into Home asks you to not underestimate the value of a relief prospect.
* The Captain’s Blog wonders if Joba can bounce back from the latest injury.
* The Greedy Pinstripes has a twitterview with Yankee prospect Hayden Sharp
* The Yankee Analysts ponders Michael Pineda starting the year in AAA.
* Yanks Go Yard has an article about the the irreplaceable David Robertson.
* Zell’s Pinstriped Blog wonders if the Ibanez deal was a mistake.
Posted on March 27, 2012, in Spanning The Yankee Blogs and tagged cesar cabral, David Robertson, Joba Chamberlain, Mariano Rivera, Michael Pineda, New York Yankees, Phil hughes, Yankee Prospects. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.