Every year Mike keeps track of which teams lose and gain picks in the amateur draft. This up-to-date guide will let you know where the Yankees, or any other team, will make their picks come June.
The web brims with baseball content. Here are some of our favorite sites and blogs. They’re mostly Yankees-related, but there are some odds and ends here.
Looking for a breakdown of an upcoming matchup? Want to scout the opposition? This is a list of our favorite blogs from the 29 other MLB teams.
If you wonder why Girardi didn’t use the reliever you would have, make sure to check the bullpen workload feature before you make any snap judgments. Maybe it’s because he didn’t like the matchup, but maybe it’s because the guy threw in four of the last five games.
Who gets the call if a starter suffers an injury? This nifty little chart breaks down the organization by position and gives you an idea of who’s next in line.
While we don’t currently use all the stats on this list, you’ll get the lowdown on what people mean when they cite wOBA, UZR, and other newfangled statistics.