1. The Yankees and Hollywood: Through the Years

    When Nick Swisher and his impeccable faux hawk made an appearance in Monday's episode of How I Met Your Mother, the outfielder became just the latest New York Yankee to dip his toes in the waters of Hollywood...

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  2. How Nick Swisher Met Your Mother

    I can't even imagine what Nick Swisher's offseason has been like. There's literally nothing you can say that would surprise me about his last three months. Swisher drank 50 Mountain Dews and swam the English Channel in 20 minutes? Sure...

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  3. Will the New York Yankees Regret Dumping Johnny Damon?

    Full disclosure: Here at River & Sunset, we're going to seriously miss us some Johnny Damon. Losing his production hurts, that's a given...

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  4. New York Yankees: Why Mattingly Still Matters

    When the Yankees begin defense of their 27th championship on April 4, it will mark the 15th season since Don Mattingly last played professional baseball. This statement is not meant to make you feel sad and old, though I suspect that outcome is possible.

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  5. New York Yankees: Po(tential) Problem in the Bronx

    First off, I apologize for my cheesy New York Post-esque use of a headline pun. The Jets' somewhat miraculous run deep into the NFL playoffs has left me delirious...

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  6. Time for Johnny Damon, New York Yankees to Get On Same Page

    In the '80s, it was all about "Who Shot J.R.?" In the '90s, we had O.J. and A.C. cruising down the 405 in the white Bronco...

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  7. New York Yankees: Unafraid To Mess With a Good Thing

    I must admit, I didn't foresee the Yankees being so busy this offseason. They are the World Series champions, after all. Unless you're the 2006 St. Louis Cardinals, this means you already are an excellent team...

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  8. Yanks Take Care of Business at Winter Meetings

    This year's winter meetings seemed to be a lot more active than last year's, didn't they? This may have had a lot to do with its location. In 2008, the event was held in Vegas...

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  9. Catching Up with a Gleeful Yankee Universe

    Good news for people who like their Yankees blogs served extra rare. (Of course, I refer to both the content's figurative juiciness and the blog's relative uniqueness.) Two meanings...rare.....

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  10. Your Official New York Yankees Parade Recap

    The last Yankee ticker-tape parade I went to was in 1996. I was 16 years old and cannot recall a single thing about that day. Not a moment. I have clearer memories of stuff that happened when I was five than what occurred on that afternoon in October...

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  11. NY Yankees Regain Their Championship Mojo

    So many times this decade, the Yankees seemed to have a championship screenplay written only to go off-script at the exact wrong time...

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  12. World Series, Game 6: In Andy We Trust

    The great thing about the postseason, and the World Series in particular, is that redemption is always just around the corner. Alex Rodriguez knows all about that...

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  13. Can't Blame Girardi for Yankees' Starter Dilemma

    The pitchforks and burning torches are out for Joe Girardi today; this in the wake of A.J. Burnett's epic failure in Philadelphia...

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  14. Live Blogging Game Five of the World Series

    The Yankees are just one win from their first World Series title since 2000. This calls for a live blog, no? 7:37 p.m...

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  15. Damon Enters Other Side Of Yankees Folklore

    Every Yankees championship season in recent memory has had a signature moment that defined that particular postseason run...

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  16. World Series Enters The Twilight Zone

    Perhaps it's fitting that Game Three of the World Series will be played on the night of Halloween. Some strange, downright scary, developments played out in the first two games of the series, ...

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  17. World Series, Game 2: Who Was That Guy?

    Sometime around the sixth inning, I think it was the exact moment Ryan Howard asked home-plate umpire Jeff Nelson if he could hit off a tee, I realized who the guy pitching for the Yankees reminded me of...

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  18. World Series, Game 1: Yanks Pick Wrong Time For Bad Night

    In the minutes preceding the Yankees' miraculous, positively 2001-esque, one-run rally in the ninth inning last night against the Phillies, my friends and I attempted to glean any positive developments from a disheartening evening...

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  19. 11 Reasons Why Yankees Should Get Title No. 27

    Put on your old Donnie Baseball jersey, pour a cold beer, and get out your Tim McCarver voodoo doll...it's time for the World Series! River & Sunset has 11 reasons why the American League ...

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  20. Yankees Glossary of Terms: World Series Edition

    The New York Yankees are back in the World Series for the first time in six years. For those not familiar with the American League champions, River & Sunset has provided a brief rundown of each player...

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  21. Yankees Earn Their Way Back to Baseball's Greatest Stage

    I liken my feeling prior to first pitch of Game Six last night to how Lindsay Lohan must feel on the eve of a mandatory probation hearing. Unjustly annoyed. Kind of dazed. Quite nervous...

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  22. Conspiracy In Anaheim: Did Girardi Act Alone?

    In the hours since the Yankees allowed a golden opportunity to secure the American League pennant slip away—fans, media, and unnecessarily loud Korean War veterans at Dunkin Donuts are attempting to assign blame for the 7-6 loss to the Angels...

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  23. ALCS: New York Yankees Can Chase Demons Tonight Against Angels

    There were four references to the 2004 ALCS in one hour of SportsCenter this morning. Your friends who are Red Sox fans have joked about the series on Facebook and Twitter since Tuesday...

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  24. The ALCS MVP Race Spelled Out: A-Rod or CC?

    If 2004 taught us anything, besides how to properly apply fake blood on a sock for profound effect, it would be to assume nothing. What you're about to read assumes absolutely nothing. Zilch...

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  25. ALCS: Yankees, Girardi Must Break Deadly Habits

    During the 11th inning on Monday, seconds after Dave Robertson had registered the second out of what seemed to be an uneventful half inning, FOX cameras cut to Joe Girardi. The Yankees manager looked discombobulated...

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