Browsing Jacoby Ellsbury

Yankees Over Royals – Playoffs Still Not Given Up On

Posted on 7 Sep, 2014, by in MLB

The numbers suggest the New York Yankees won’t be making the playoffs, but with hitting like they had in a 6-2 win over the Kansas City Royals which included an excellent day from Martin Prado and another solid start for Brandon McCarthy, maybe it’s wise to keep our eyes on them a little while longer. More

Yankees Over Royals – On Fire With Postseason in Sight

Posted on 26 Aug, 2014, by in MLB

There’s is still time before the playoffs begin, but the New York Yankees are grabbing a hold of their last opportunity to catch the train, picking up a fifth consecutive win as they beat the Kansas City Royals 8-1 thanks to an excellent pitching performance by Michael Pineda and a great day at bat for Jacoby Ellsbury. More

Yankees Over Red Sox – A Victorious Homecoming

Posted on 23 Apr, 2014, by in MLB

The spotlight was on Jacoby Ellsbury, playing in Fenway Park against the Boston Red Sox as a member of the New York Yankees for the first time. The crowd was silenced quickly, the boos and jeers didn’t really matter. Ellsbury had a good day on the field, and the Yankees came away with the 9-3 win. More

Yankees Over Blue Jays – We’ve Seen Better Debuts

Posted on 5 Apr, 2014, by in MLB

The day didn’t start out too well for both the New York Yankees and their starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka, but he settled in gradually, helping out on an excellent offensive display mostly from Ichiro Suzuki and Jacoby Ellsbury, beating the Toronto Blue Jays 7-3. More

New York Yankees – Jacoby Ellsbury Leaves The Boston Red Sox to Sign With Them

Posted on 4 Dec, 2013, by in MLB

Even though there’s been talk about the New York Yankees carrying on with their plan to downsize their payroll, recent free agency moves point towards the other direction, as they signed Jacoby Ellsbury, formerly with the Boston Red Sox, on a seven year deal worth $153 million. More

Red Sox vs Rays – From Worst to First

Posted on 9 Oct, 2013, by in MLB

It’s easy to forget how bad things were for the Boston Red Sox only a year ago, but it doesn’t really matter as they dump the Tampa Bay Rays with a 3-1 win in a 3-1 series, thanks to some fantastic pitching, as their bats went quiet for a second consecutive game. More

An Offense That Doesn’t End (Rays vs Red Sox)

Posted on 6 Oct, 2013, by in MLB

At the end of the day, it simply doesn’t look like the Tampa Bay Rays have quality pitching that’s enough to handle the non-stop offense the Boston Red Sox bring to the table this season and in this series, with game 2 highlighting the home run hitting ability of David Ortiz, helping his team take a 2-0 lead in the series. More