Friday, May 15, 2009

The Daily Yankeeland - 5/15

WhoaWoe is us...seats have begun to be removed from the old Stadium. It's even difficult to say old and stadium in the same sentence (notice the case change too). WCBS radio's Tom Kaminski has added new pics of the deconstruction

The people have spoken...and won. Complaints about no access to field level areas has actually been heeded by the Yankees. After Lonn Trost's elitist statements of the other day, the Yankees have changed their policy regarding access to field areas. Autographs seekers are still screwed though unless they can get a player to the outfield fences.

Jim Leyritz has been released from the psychiatric unit of a Florida hospital.

Tyler Kepner of the Times has a nice feature on Yankees rookie catcher Francisco Cervelli.

The Metro North Station by the new Stadium is finally ready to open (kudos to my boy at Scott Proctor's Arm).

Yesterday, May 14, was the 13th anniversary of Doc Gooden's no-hitter vs. the Seattle Mariners. Sunday will be 10 years since David Wells' perfect game against the same Minnesota Twins.

Phil Coke is expected to be available for tonight's game after sitting out the last couple with an aching back.

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