Exciting changes abound

I’m incredibly pleased to announce that Matt Imbrogno has been promoted to Editor in Chief of The Yankee Analysts, effective immediately. Matt is one of the best and most passionate writers I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with, and I’m extremely excited that TYA will be stewarded by one of the most important voices...

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The overuse of MRI’s for sports injuries: why it matters

Gina Kolata had a very interesting article in the New York Times today about the evolving perception of the usefulness of the MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) exam as a tool for diagnosing sports injuries.  For somebody who is interested in both sports and health care as I am, the article provided some interesting...

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Key front office members to stay with Yankees

With the recent news that the Angels have chosen Jerry Dipoto to be their next GM comes good news for the Yankees: Two important members of the front office will be back in the Bronx next season.  No, I’m not talking about Brian Cashman, whose contract is set to expire (and will presumably sign...

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A Memorable Night to Forget: Historic Game Six Was a Different Tale for Two Cities

(The following is being syndicated from The Captain’s Blog).

Last night’s epic game six was so compelling, that tonight’s game seven almost seems anti-climatic. As is sometimes the case when the World Series goes the distance, it is the sixth game that proves to be the most memorable (see 1975, 1985, 1986, and...

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