1. New York Yankees: Who Needs To Do What Now

    The state of the New York Yankees has caused legitimate worry. Latest news: ·Alex Rodriguez—out. ·Andy Pettitte—return pushed back to mid-September. ·Nick Swisher, AJ Burnett—playing hurt...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about over 4 years ago 472 reads 1 comments

  2. New York Yankees: Manic Monday Leads To Seven New Issues

    Fresh off an unacceptable loss to the Kansas City Royals on Sunday afternoon, the New York Yankees arrived back home to face the Detroit Tigers for a four-game set...

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  3. Think You've Got Problems? Top Three Biggest Losers in MLB

    The 2010 MLB season is in the home stretch, as contending teams battle for a coveted playoff spot and the possibility of going to the World Series. It would be impossible to name the fate of teams still in the hunt...

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  4. New York Yankee's Latest Hero: Marcus Thames

    New York Yankees Marcus Thames has been the talk of the town lately—and for good reason. Thames has come up big for the Yankees as he led the team in victory over the Texas Rangers Cliff Lee, this past Wednesday night...

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  5. New York Yankees Get 2009 Swagger Back by Beating Cliff Lee and Rangers

    Game Notes The odds were stacked up against the New York Yankees before Texas Rangers Cliff Lee even threw his first pitch...

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  6. New York Yankees: Top Seven Things Fans Don't Understand Right Now

    The New York Yankees lost a heart-breaker to the Texas Rangers in the 10th inning, final score 4-3. It’s no big secret that the Yankees are losing, winning only 4 of last 11 games and falling fast...

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  7. New York Yankees Have To Face Rangers Cliff Lee On Wednesday

    I have witnessed Cliff Lee torment my New York Yankees at the Stadium while he was a Cleveland Indian, a Philadelphia Phillie in the 2009 World Series, and recently a Seattle Mariner...

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  8. New York Yankees vs. Texas Rangers: Pitching Prediction for A.J. Burnett

    After splitting a series 2-2 with the Boston Red Sox, the New York Yankees head down south, deep in the heart of Texas, to face the Rangers...

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  9. Dustin Mosely Leads New York Yankees To Boston Red Sox Dusting

    On Sunday night the third game in a four game set between the New York Yankees and the arch-rival Boston Red Sox took place. Everyone was expecting to see Yankees' starting pitcher AJ Burnett on the mound...

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  10. Alex Rodriguez: Could Joe Buck's Killer Wave Land A-Rod On DL?

    Before Saturday’s game between the Yankees and the Boston Red Sox word spread Yankee third baseman Alex Rodriguez was sidelined. The news was true, Rodriguez was placed on day-to-day status...

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  11. Note To AL East: Better Keep An Eye On The Toronto Blue Jays

    Right now, the team playing the best baseball in the AL East Division is without a doubt the Toronto Blue Jays...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about over 4 years ago 1,147 reads 13 comments

  12. Red Sox vs. Yankees: Losing On Errors, Not Injuries, as Boston Wins, 6-3

    The Boston Red Sox disabled list is long, but even crippled, this is a darn good ball club. Winning the first game against the Yankees proves the Red Sox are still in the mix in the AL East...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about over 4 years ago 527 reads 0 comments

  13. Yankees-Red Sox, Burnett Vs. Beckett, Sunday Bloody Sunday

    Sunday night, the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox pitching match-up of AJ Burnett and Josh Beckett is by far the most exciting...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about over 4 years ago 328 reads 1 comments

  14. Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees: Pitching Will Dictate Rivalry

    With #600 now in the past, the New York Yankees are ready to take on their rivals, the Boston Red Sox. Boston has been hit hard with the unfortunate injury bug...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about over 4 years ago 518 reads 1 comments

  15. New York Yankees Needed 600, Not Just A-Rod

    The second place New York Yankees were on the brink of getting swept by the Toronto Blue Jays. This would have been the second series loss in a row for the reigning champs and the timing could not be worse for a slump to begin...

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  16. New York Yankees: Could There Be Trouble in Paradise?

    After losing the series 2-1 in Tampa to the Rays over the weekend, the New York Yankees are back in the Bronx. The Toronto Blue Jays are in town and the Yankees lost the first game at the stadium yesterday...

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  17. Lance Berkman, Austin Kearns Trades Prove Yanks Pick 'Age Before Beauty'

    Bench, bench, and more bench is what New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman added right before the non-waiver trade deadline...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about over 4 years ago 727 reads 0 comments

  18. Why Kerry Wood Can Be Valuable Again with New York Yankees

    Saturday, July 31 at 4:30 p.m. marked MLB's official trade deadline—well, technically at least. New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman was hard at work trying to fix the mess the organization has made of Joba Chamberlain...

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  19. New York Yankees Pitcher Kerry Wood Can Be Valuable Again

    Saturday, July 31 at 4:30 pm marked the official end of MLB's trade deadline—well, technically at least. New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman was hard at work trying to fix the mess the organization has made of Joba Chamberlain...

    Kate Conroy Written by Kate Conroy about over 4 years ago 551 reads 1 comments

  20. New York Yankees vs. Tampa Bay Rays: Can CC Break Shields?

    New York Yankees ace CC Sabathia will square off against Tampa Bay Rays James Shields, in the third and final game of this series...

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  21. New York Yankees Vs. Tampa Bay Rays: Vazquez Faces Garza

    New York Yankees Javier Vazquez will face Tampa Bay Rays Matt Garza on Saturday night at the Trop. Let's take a look at this match-up: Tampa Bay Rays: Matt Garza (11-5) ...

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  22. New York Yankees vs.Tampa Bay Rays: Battle of the Young Guns

    Friday night, the New York Yankees are at Tropicana Field to face the Tampa Bay Rays, and it will be a true battle of the young guns on the mound...

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  23. New York Yankees Need One More Win in Cleveland Before Heading To Tampa

    New York Yankees CC Sabathia had a rare loss in his old stomping ground Tuesday night, falling 4-1 to the Cleveland Indians. The Yankees are in first place, with a margin of only two games before they get caught...

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  24. Pitching Matchup of the Week: New York Yankees vs. Cleveland Indians

    After splitting the first two games in Cleveland against the Indians, the New York Yankees have shortened their lead in the AL East to just two games over the Tampa Bay Rays. The Rays are on fire right now...

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  25. Javier Vazquez Wins, New York Yankee Fans Feel Stupid

    The day was April 14, 2010, the second home game of the season. The Yankees were the reigning 2009 World Series champions, making New York glow with pride...

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