1. Pitching Preview: Champion New York Yankees vs. Philadelphia Phillies, Game 3

    Pitching Preview: Champs vs. Phillies Game 3 will be looking at a pair of veterans on Thursday’s match-up, in this 2009 World Series revival between the Philadelphia Phillies and the New York Yankees ...

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  2. Interleague Games Between Two Unequal Leagues

    The Yankees are back home, and not much has changed in regards to catching the Tampa Bay Rays , who have held onto first place in the AL East all season. The Yankees are still two games behind, but continue to keep themselves the wild card team...

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  3. Jorge Posada, Derek Jeter Bring Brooms and Déjà Vu Back To New York

    New York Yankees brought out their brooms in the Bronx, as they swept the Houston Astros over the weekend. The Yankees were without Arod, but you wouldn’t know it by the way the team beat-on the Astros...

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  4. Pitching Preview: Champion New York Yankees vs. Philadelphia Phillies, Game 2

    Pitching Preview: Champs vs. Phillies Game 2 focuses on the game two match-up, in this 2009 World Series revival between the Philadelphia Phillies and the New York Yankees ...

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  5. Pitching Preview: Champion New York Yankees vs. Philadelphia Phillies

    It’s the 2009 World Series all over again as the Yankees host the Phillies for three games in the Bronx...

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  6. Yankees Happy to Leave Toronto

    The Yankees were happy to leave Toronto after their first visit with the Blue Jays over the weekend. This series provided a lot to think about in regards to what the Yankees are dealing with regarding strengths and issues...

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  7. Baseball Finally Got Some Respect

    Accomplishments, both professionally and personally, are the most gratifying events that inspire us to keep on doing our best. Sometimes you can get so close to a goal, you can taste it...

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  8. Memorial Day Weekend Equals Crazy Basbeall

    So far 2010 has been filled with drama. Teams go from boiling hot to freezing cold in an instant. Stars have been struggling more than ever...

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  9. Baseball's Top Five Craziest Current Events

    A typical response to why someone is not a baseball fan is that the game is too slow and boring. If they only knew that baseball loves the drama. Right now, it could not be more of a soap opera...

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  10. Rays-Yankees: Pitching Matchup Part Two—James Shields Vs. Andy Pettitte

    Thursday's matchup is definitely a good one featuring Andy Pettitte and James Shields. Another hard winner to pick because Pettitte has been so good and Shields has greatly improved since the last time he faced this Yankees lineup...

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  11. RAYS VS. YANKEES: PITCHING PREVIEW: PART ONE

    The Tampa Bay Rays have a line-up that can hit the ball, steal bases and score runs. So do the New York Yankees. Pitching had the biggest role in the first series against the Rays, which the Yankees won two for three games...

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  12. VAZQUEZ VS. TIGERS: NOT GOING TO BE EASY

    Javier Vazquez knows what he has to do tonight against the Detroit Tigers. It's time to pitch. To no surprise, the New York Yankees are on the cusp of a losing streak and it's Vazquez who will decide it's fate...

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  13. FINALLY YANKEES JOBA RULED

    For one moment, just forget about the New York Yankees two-game losing streak. If you missed tonights avoidable defeat at the hands of the Detroit Tigers, as expected Sergio Mitre, too little too late on the mound...

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  14. Dallas Braden: RODRIGUEZ WAS ALWAYS ON MY MOUND

    The Oakland Athletics owe Alex Rodriguez a thank you. Fact is no one cared about the A's in the last decade. Only air-time featured Jose Canseco, who cemented the organization as the juicing confederation of baseball...

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  15. Javier Vazquez Where Are You

    Today, Javier Vazquez had his fourth start against the Angels of Anaheim">Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. It was not pretty, it was sad to watch and Vazquez could not complete four innings...

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  16. New York Yankees: Top 10 Reasons To Keep On Rolling

    The New York Yankees have started out differently this season, they are winning. Something that hasn't happened since 1929, like it is in 2010. This team is not taking any chances with their current status, World Champs...

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  17. It Was All Hughes Tonight

    Tonight's win was all about Phil Hughes. Hughes dazzled on the mound. The Yankees youngster had only thrown 59 pitches by the middle of the fifth inning and was on his way to a no hitter...

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  18. Javier Vazquez: You Want Reasons? Here Are Four

    Game two between the Angels and Yankees was the second start for pitcher Javier Vazquez, his first in the Bronx since 2004...

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  19. Letting Godzilla Move To Matsui-land

    New York Yankees DH Nick Johnson went 0-3 on Sunday, walked twice and stuck out. Up goes his OBP, and didn’t help the Yankees who lost 9-7 in Fenway Park...

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  20. Pitching Match-Up Of Week: Burnett Vs. Lester At Fenway

    On Tuesday night, following an off day, game two between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees will take charge at Fenway Park. Jon Lester, the Red Sox young lefty, takes the mound against Yankees right-handed AJ Burnett...

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  21. Fantasy League: My Competition Is Worth Checking Out

    Opening game for fantasy baseball coincides with the regular season, and tonight my fantasy league, ‘Battle Of The Blogs‘ officially began...

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  22. New York Yankees Look Good After Losing In Boston

    Both bullpen’s battled for starters CC Sabathia who called it a night in the sixth, and Josh Beckett finished an inning before at the top of the fifth...

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  23. 2010 Opening Game: What To Watch When The Yanks Take On The Red Sox

    To repeat, is to duplicate or reproduce something. For the New York Yankees, something is the World Series. This trek starts tonight when they take the field at Fenway Park against their division rival Red Sox...

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  24. Cashman's Careless Comments Continue

    It's official, Phil Hughes earned himself the fifth spot in the New York Yankees rotation, sending Joba Chamberlain to the bullpen. Regardless, Yankees GM Brian Cashman couldn't to shut-up for even a day that Joba still cold be a starter...

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  25. Baseball's Back! Let The Predictions Begin...

    Extra, extra the baseball world is in full prediction mode, as media and fans will form opinions of what to expect for the 2010 season...

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