Matt Ferenchick is a staff writer at Pinstripe Alley and Tar Heel Blog. He has written for PSA since 2012, lives in the Scranton, Pennsylvania region, and once saw Aaron Judge destroy a bounce house with a home run. He is a big fan of uncovering weird and funny baseball history.
"King Kong" was a force in the Yankees lineup for several World Series championship teams in the 1930s and ‘40s.
The case for a Blake Snell signing in a conundrum; three Yankees eligible for a fourth option year; team makes an assistant hitting coach hire.
The Yankees have retired plenty of numbers over the years, but if they want to add any more, here are some that are not quite associated with one person in particular.
Arguably better known for his time as Yankees’ pitching coach during the ‘90s dynasty, Stottlemyre was also incredible on the mound.
The Yankees have had some memorable World Series battles with the Braves, but what’s happened when the team’s have done battle in the trade market?
Remembering some instances when the Yankees sent a player back to the team they had acquired him from.
You probably remember some big ones, but who had the biggest impact on the games where they made their big league debuts.
Between his talent on the field and his affable manner off it and in the broadcast booth, you won’t find many more beloved Yankees than Bobby Murcer.
What might some of the Yankees be wishing for this holiday season?