1. Now or Never: Yankees Can Learn From Mets

    Carlos Beltran was the All-Star center fielder for the Mets when he dug into the batter's box against Cardinals’ rookie Adam Wainwright in Game 7 of the 2006 National League Championship Series...

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  2. While Yankees Sleep, Enemies Grow Stronger

    In his 11 seasons as general manager of the Yankees, Brian Cashman has been called many things, both good, bad, and ugly. "Inactive" has never been one of them...

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  3. Chien-Ming Wang Deserves Better Fate

    Chien-Ming Wang will be laid out on an operating table today, his star-crossed career now in the hands of Dr. James Andrews. His season is over. Next season is an unknown...

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  4. Tracking the Cash: Yankees at the Deadline

    Brian Cashman was a lowly intern when he joined the Yankees organization in 1986, but he proved skillful at climbing the most slippery corporate ladder in professional sports...

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  5. The Phranchise: Hughes Emerges As Newest Yankees Star

    Unless your name is Brian Bruney, it's a great time to be a New York Yankee.The Yankees are baseball's hottest team, after all. They've won seven straight games since the All-Star break, rendering the bitter sweep by the Angels a distant memory...

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  6. New York Yankees' Midseason Report Card (Part Two)

    On Monday, we examined the performance of the Yankees' position players in the first half. Today, we hand out grades to the pitching staff, manager and new Yankee Stadium...

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  7. New York Yankees' Midseason Report Card (Part One)

    The Yankees entered the All-Star break at 51-37, a five-game improvement over a season ago. They trail the Boston Red Sox by three games in the American League East and lead the AL Wild Card standings by 2...

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  8. Yankees Still Can't Take a Punch

    On balance, the Yankees had a successful first half. They hit a bunch of home runs, had some nice comeback wins, received extended stretches of quality pitching, and managed to overcome injuries to key players...

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  9. Joba Chamberlain for Roy Halladay: Would You Pull the Trigger?

    There are nights when it all must become too much for J.P. Ricciardi to bear. Restless evenings where the Blue Jays general manager stares at the ceiling of his plush Toronto condominium and ...

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  10. Pettitte, Joba Must Shake Yankee Stadium Blues

    Last month in Miami, Andy Pettitte stood in front of his locker at Land Shark Stadium and answered questions about his start against the Marlins...

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  11. Funny Business: Yankees Leaning Heavily on Swisher

    I've known guys in my life like Nick Swisher. We all have.I went to college with a guy, I never even knew his name, but he would show up at my 8 AM English Lit class amped up like John Belushi at Studio 54...

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  12. Yankees' Fate Remains Tethered to A-Rod

    Alex Rodriguez stepped to the plate in the seventh inning Friday against the Mets and proceeded to pulverize an Elmer Dessens offering deep into the bullpen of cavernous Citi Field...

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  13. The DJ Chronicles: Jeter Through the Years

    When Derek Jeter woke up in his Trump Plaza penthouse this morning, he officially (and unbelievably) began the 35th year of his insanely awesome life...

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  14. Yanks a Hot Mess in Hot-lanta

    If I were a negative person, I'd probably think the Yankees' only tangible achievement on Tuesday was snuffing out three hours of my life...

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  15. Joe Girardi Firmly on Hot Seat—Or is He?

    Joe Girardi doesn't need to be told how important this upcoming six-game road trip is for his team—the events of the last two weeks have made things exceedingly clear...

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