Yesterday on Pinstriped Bible
- Yankees 2013 rookie hazing is here
- Yankees and the Cy Young award
- Yankees 4, Red Sox 3: Wild pitch wins it for the Yankees
- Yankees lineup vs. Red Sox; Jeter out and Kelley available
- Brett Marshall deserves a look in the starting rotation
Around the Internet
- New York Post | Joel Sherman: As Derek Jeter's career comes crashing toward the end, Xander Bogaerts' career is just lifting off.
- The Star-Ledger | Andy McCullough: Joe Girardi hopes to have David Robertson and Boone Logan back in the next few days.
- Beyond the Box Score | Ben Horrow: The Yankee offense doesn't really stand up against other playoff contenders.
- New York Post | Ken Davidoff: The Yankees' injury-plagued bullpen has put the season in doubt.
- CBS Sports | Danny Knobler: Derek Jeter is hurt again, but when can he return? And should they even bring him back?
- New York Post | Joel Sherman: As the season comes to an end you wonder if Mariano Rivera can end his career on a good note.
- LoHud | Chad Jennings: Joe Girardi talked about Derek Jeter accepting his failing health and not being able to help the team.
- Chris Stewart left yesterday's game with a left foot contusion after being hit in the foot and went for X-Rays.
- Boone Logan received a cortisone shot and hopes to pitch Friday.
- The Yankees have no plans to replace David Huff in the rotation.
- The only other time the Yankees gave up 12 runs to the same opponent in consecutive home games was in 1907.
- Yankees prospect Rob Refsnyder had the second most walks in the Florida State League.
Questions of the Day
- Who will win the wild card spots in the AL?
- Who will be the LOOGY out of the bullpen next season?
- What was the last baseball game you went to?
- Who is your favorite 2013 rookie?
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