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.

About Matthew S.

Avid Yankee fan since birth. I have been going to Yankee games with my father since i was young. I have many memories at YSII including many playoffs and world series games. I hope that you enjoy our blog. Comment often.

Posted on March 27, 2012, in Spanning The Yankee Blogs and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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