William Juliano

  • joined Nov 16, 2011
  • last login Mar 20, 2014
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Yankees News and Notes: Second Half Comeback


Russell Martin couldn't have asked for a better start to the second half. Not only did the struggling catcher knock in the game winning run with an RBI single in the bottom of the eighth inning,...

Are Platoon Splits Making a Difference for Yankees' Offense?


Last night was the kind of game the Yankees have won so often in the past, but have struggled with this season. Before putting up 10 runs on the Boston Red Sox, the Bronx Bombers had scored...

Yankees News and Notes: Rivalry Renewed


Eighteen runs, 11 pitchers, and four hours. It was your typical Yankees vs. Red Sox game. However, the two sides still found a way to add a unique twist. According to Elias, the two rivals had...


Game 77: White Sox vs. Yankees


Are Cory Wade's Struggles an Ominous Sign for the Yankees' Bullpen?


Corey Wade's 58th and final pitch in last night's game was a flat change-up that Adam Dunn lined into the right field corner. The only thing remarkable about the pitch was that it didn't wind up 20...

Yankees News and Notes: The Warren Report


Stefan Wever can rest easy now. Adam Warren's disappointing major league debut came close to, but fell just short of, wiping the 6'8" right hander's name from the Yankees' record book. With a game...


Game 70: Yankees vs. Mets


No Joke, Homer Happy Yanks Getting Last Laugh at the Stadium


Yankee Stadium isn't a very popular place for National League teams during interleague play. Whether it's anonymous Braves' players calling the short porch in right a joke or unnamed Mets officials...

Yankees News and Notes: Chicken $#!t


After waiting through a nearly one-hour rain delay, the Mets wasted no time jumping on Andy Pettitte for five runs in the first inning of last night's Subway Series revival. The Yankees tried to...


Game 64: Yankees vs. Nationals


Teenybopper: Harper Is Latest (and Greatest?) Teenager to Face the Yankees


Bryce Harper didn’t need the Yankees’ stamp of approval, but the Nationals' rookie sensation got one anyway. It wasn’t too long ago that Harper was rooting for the Bronx Bombers, so the endorsement...

Yankees News and Notes: Capitol Punishment


The Yankees and Nationals each entered last night's game having won six in a row, which assured that only one team would emerge with their streak intact. Thanks to another strong outing by the r...


Game 58: Mets vs. Yankees


Subway Series Two-Timers: A Look at Players Who Have Experienced Both Sides of the City Rivalry


When Ryota Igarashi took the mound in the ninth inning of last night's Subway Series opener, he became the 113th player to suit up for both the Yankees and Mets. Somewhere up above, Marvelous Marv...

Yankees News and Notes: Cano Hitter


The start of the Subway Series began with all eyes on Johan Santana, who was attempting to become only the second pitcher in baseball history to throw consecutive no-hitters. However, it was his...


Game 52: Yankees vs. Tigers

Hiroki Kuroda #18 / Pitcher / New York Yankees Height: 6-1 Weight: 190 Bats: R Throws: R Born: Feb 10, 1975 vs.

With Yankees in Need of Pitching, Could It Be Déjà Vu for Santana and Hughes?


Five winters ago, the Yankees balked at trading a 21-year old Phil Hughes for Johan Santana, who, at the time, was widely considered to be the best pitcher in the game. Since then, both pitchers...

Yankees News and Notes: Locked and Loaded


The Yankees finally broke through with the bases loaded when Curtis Granderson launched a second inning grand slam, but the Tigers continued their struggles with the bags full by striking out and...

Hitless Wonders: Pirates and Athletics Turn Back the Clock to Dead Ball Era


Offense is down across the major leagues once again, but this year, the Oakland Athletics and Pittsburgh Pirates have taken the trend to an extreme. Not only does each team occupy the bottom of the...

Yankees News and Notes: Bay City Bombers


Mark Teixeira is no longer coughing and, perhaps more importantly, no longer trying to make more contact to the opposite field. So far, the early results are encouraging. In last night's victory,...


Game 40: Reds vs. Yankees


Examining an Age Old Question About the Yankees' Offense


The Yankees' offense is old. There's no disputing that. In fact, if the unit's average current age of 32.5 is maintained, it would rank as the oldest group of hitters in franchise history, just...

Yankees News and Notes: Dandy Andy


Last Sunday was Andy Pettitte's return, but yesterday was his welcome back party. Over eight shutout innings against the Reds, the Yankees' lefty turned back the clock to record his first victory...


Game 33: Mariners vs. Yankees


Ibanez Makes Early Impact with Bat, but Do Clutch Hits Justify Shaky Glove?


Raul Ibanez is the most interesting designated hitter in the American League. He may not always hit home runs, but when he does, they not only travel a long way, but also make a big impact. In the...

Yankees’ News and Notes: Sweet Jesus


Jesus Montero's sixth inning homerun, which gave the Mariners a temporary 2-1 lead, was like adding insult to injury with some salt rubbed into the wound for good measure. The Yankees didn't have...


Game 27: Yankees @ Royals


Closing Time: Assigning Roles in a Mariano-less Bullpen


It wasn't exactly life after Mariano Rivera, but David Robertson got his first glimpse at what it will be like to be the last line of defense in the Yankees' bullpen. And, if last night's outing...

Yankees News and Notes: I’ll Be Back


It wasn't easy contemplating the loss of Mariano Rivera. All around the Yankees' blogosphere, writers chimed in with their thoughts about possibly having to say goodbye to the greatest closer of...

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