1. 2010 ALCS Game 6: Why A-Rod's Bat Will Decide New York Yankees' Fate

    History in sports usually has to do with some sort stat, which can be a predictor for the future regarding similar circumstances...

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  2. 2010 ALCS Game 5: New York Wins and the Real Yankees Are On the Way To Texas

    As the saying goes, if you can’t hit the baseball get the hell off the field was the theme coming into Game 5 tonight in the Bronx...

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  3. New York Yankees: Not Scoring Runs, So Just Blame It on the Pitching

    The ALCS has not been good for the New York Yankees thus far, but blaming the pitching is just a mask for the real issue. The issue is not hitting, which means runs don’t score...

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  4. 2010 ALCS Game 4: New York Yankees Lose a Double Tex

    Going into Game 4 of the ALCS, the New York Yankees were down 2 games to one to the Texas Rangers . So, it’s understandable how hesitant Yankees fans were to trust ...

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  5. 2010 ALCS Game 3: Cliff-Less New York Yankees Lose to Texas Rangers

    Even knowing the Texas Rangers had Cliff Lee on the mound, the New York Yankee fans arrived at the game ready for a win and made it loud and clear That dream became a nightmare ...

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  6. 2010 ALCS Game 3: Time For Yankees Fans To Step It Up In The Bronx

    The 2010 ALCS is tied at one game apiece. The New York Yankees couldn’t muster together another comeback win last night and the Texas Rangers won 7-2...

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  7. ALCS Game 1: Rangers Reversal of Fortune

    By the end of the six innings, the New York Yankees were down 5-0 to the Texas Rangers. Yankees ace CC Sabathia had to exit after the fourth; his shortest outing of the season...

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  8. 2010 ALCS: Top 3 Reasons the Yankees Can Mess With Texas

    On Monday night up in the Bronx, fans will crowd into Yankees Stadium with pits in their stomach. The Yankees will be returning from Texas for Game 3 in the ALCS, and for New York Yankees fans it will be the first one played at home...

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  9. ALCS 2010 Game 1: Yankees' Carsten Charles vs. Rangers' Christopher John

    This Friday night, at Rangers Stadium, the New York Yankees and Texas Rangers will take the field for Game 1 of the ALCS. Both teams promise a battle with the hopes of winning a chance to play in the 2010 World Series...

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  10. ALCS 2010: Will Texas Rangers Cliff Lee Give Or Get A Bronx Bombing?

    The moment the Texas Rangers' Cliff Lee hurled his last strike Tuesday night; he not only killed the Tampa Bay Rays' postseason dreams, but also gave the New York Yankees an official ALCS opponent for Game One on Friday night...

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  11. ALCS 2010: The Yankees' Cliff Lee Conspiracy Theory

    There is not much going wrong for the New York Yankees , after sweeping the Minnesota Twins easily to advance to the ALCS. However it happened, this is not the same team who finished off 2010 regular season barely breathing...

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  12. New York Yankees: Six Days Off 'Til ALCS Against Texas Rangers or Tampa Bay Rays

    The New York Yankees are on their way to another ALCS after sweeping the Minnesota Twins for the second postseason in a row...

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  13. Underestimating Underdogs: New York Yankees Beat Minnesota Twins Again

    Before the start of the 2010 ALDS, the state of the New York Yankees went as follows: Fact: The New York Yankees are looking old. Fact: The Yankees played awful baseball in September, finishing the month with a 12-15 record and playing under ...

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  14. ESPN Reminds New York Yankees How to Bomb in the Postseason

    On Tuesday nights, ESPN’s creative and compelling 30 for 30 documentary series airs. Each episode is a mini-documentary film about the biggest sports stories over the ...

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  15. New York Yankees-Minnesota Twins: ALDS Series Breakdown, Part Three

    Part one and two covered statistical comparison, as well as the pros/cons for the upcoming New York Yankees -Minnesota Twins ALDS; finishing off with part three, which will be my prediction of who will win...

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  16. New York Yankees-Minnesota Twins ALDS Series Breakdown, Part 2

    Breaking down the ALDS, part one I looked at pure statistical numbers of both the New York Yankees and Minnesota Twins. Part two, is what I see as the pros and cons, which both teams before heading into Game One on Wednesday evening...

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  17. New York Yankees-Minnesota Twins ALDS Series Breakdown, Part 1

    The Wild Card New York Yankees will start the postseason in Minnesota against the AL Central Champion Twins...

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  18. New York Yankees Start Postseason in Minnesota on Wednesday Night

    The New York Yankees had a rough September, posting a 14-16 record for the month, and finalized it by losing the AL East to the Tampa Bay Rays...

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  19. MLB Playoff Predictions: Can Andy Pettitte Save Yankees' Postseason Pitching?

    The New York Yankees are postseason-bound, but how far they make it is another story. In 2009 the Yankees had a three-headed monster in CC Sabathia, Andy Pettitte, and A.J. Burnett...

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  20. New York Yankees Have Issues, But So Do Other Playoff Teams

    The New York Yankees clinched another playoff spot on Tuesday night, beating the Toronto Blue Jays 6-1. The night belonged to ace CC Sabathia, who shut down the heavy hitting Blue Jays bats...

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  21. Three American League Teams Baseball Fans Will Miss in 2010 Playoffs

    With the regular season about to end, playoff spots are getting filled by eight of the 30 MLB teams who compete each season. For players on the Yankees and Phillies, October is a familiar time of year but for many it will remain a mystery...

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  22. A 2010 World Series Rematch and Why the Phillies Would Be Favored Over Yankees

    Monday night, the Philadelphia Phillies won the NL East for the fourth straight season in a row. Up in Toronto, the New York Yankees evening could have been a champagne party too...

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  23. New York Yankees: Stop Losing, Start Playing

    In 2009, the New York Yankees treated each game with the same sense of urgency. Winning wasn't just the team’s job, it was what each player wanted and there were no excuses...

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  24. New York Yankees: Three Game Losing Streak Not Magical

    The New York Yankees are not in the playoffs; their magic number remains frozen at three just for a spot in October. Three appears to be getting bigger and growing harder to reach with each game...

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  25. It's Pitching Match-Up Deja Vu: Yankees-Rays And A Pair Of Aces

    The New York Yankees lost the third game to the Tampa Bay Rays Wednesday night, with a final score of 7-2. The Yankees lead this four-game set, 2-1, with a goal to win the final and take the series...

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