Yankees Offense Does It Again (Which Is to Say, Did Almost Nothing)

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Yankees Offense Does It Again (Which Is to Say, Did Almost Nothing)

The Yankees pitching staff has very little margin for error these days, and when Mariano Rivera finally gave up a run in the 18th inning, it sent the Yankees to a 3-2 loss that completed an A's sweep in Oakland and left last weekend in Seattle feeling like a long lost memory of long gone better days. The heart of the Yankees order blew three prime scoring opportunities in extra innings, and Nate Freiman made them pay with a walk-off single off the last available reliever who hadn't pitched the past two nights.

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