Forgive the self-promotion, but at CBS today I put together this post looking at the best single seasons in Yankees’ history. It’s part of a series we’re running looking at the best season at each position for every team, so the best catcher season, the best first base season, etc. As you can imagine, the Yankees’ all-time single-season team is loaded with Hall of Famers. Check it out as you kill time before the Super Bowl.
Just a quick heads up, I’m going to make a quick appearance on WFAN with Lori Rubinson tonight at 12:20am ET or so to talk about the Yankees. That’s 660 AM/101.9 FM, as you probably know. You can also listen right here.
Just a heads up, we rolled out all of our Yankees season preview stuff at CBS today. I wrote the team preview and this post on the idea of pursuing Kyle Lohse, plus I was on the podcast. We also had a prospect watch and some other senior writer stuff that is linked in my preview. I
command suggest you check it out.
Just a heads up, my first post with CBS is live and yeah, it has to do with the Yankees. Don’t blame me, they said something about starting out in my comfort zone. Anyway, the post is part of our series looking at each team’s core, so head on over and check it out. [/self promotion]
Two quick and self-promoting links for you. First, the Alex Rodriguez hip injury post has been updated quite a bit since being published early this morning, so make sure you check back for updates and quotes and all that. Secondly, I wrote this Winter Meetings Day One recap for the YES Network’s site. It’s nothing you haven’t already seen on RAB today and it’s more of a MSM-esque (i.e. dumbed down) recap than any kind of serious analysis, but still give it a click.