1. The Fightin' Phillies off to the Bronx for Game6. Utley Chase-ing again.

    Chase Utley's bat seems to be on fire during the third inning.On Game 5 of the World Series against the New York Yankees, the Fightin' second baseman hit a home run in the right field. He did the same in Game 1...

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  2. 34 must be a lucky number in the World Series.

    Game 1 winning pitcher Cliff Lee wears #34 in his Phillies uniform. AJ Burnett is also wearing #34 in his Yankees uniform.And who will forget Nolan Ryan and Rollie Fingers? AJ Burnett pitched for the Yankees in World Series Game 2 with a blast...

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  3. Amazing Lee Dazzling in World Series Game 1

    It was a total domination by Cliff Lee against the New York Yankees in World Series Game 1. The left handed pitcher, who was traded from the Indians in July, pitched in a complete game with 80 strikes and 42 balls on Wednesday night...

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  4. Cliff Lee Striking and Phillies Fightin'

    Cliff Lee has been tremendous in the first half of World Series Game 1 against the Yankees. He struck out two in the first as well as in the second inning...

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  5. Old Guard Pitchers Advance the Yankees Back to World Series.

    After being suspended on Saturday night because of hefty rain, Game 6 was finally pushed through on Sunday night in the Bronx, New York...

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  6. It's Home Sweet Home in Philadelphia.

    After losing the first two games of the NLCS in the Dodger Stadium, the Phillies are back at home in Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. The whole universe must've conspired together for the defending World Series champions...

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  7. Forget the chill in the Big Apple. The mound is on fire with the Big C.

    If everyone in the Yankees Stadium was cold, CC Sabathia was hot in the mound. The Yankees' starter dominated 8 innings with 7 strikeouts, 4 hits and just 1 run. CC did give up a walk to Kendry Morales in the seventh inning but no damage done...

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  8. MLB Warning: Walking is Dangerous to Your Team

    The Dodgers may have drawn the first blood in the second inning, but the visiting Phillies won Game 1 of the NLCS last Thursday night in the Dodger Stadium. It was 8-6 on board...

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  9. The Yankees Sweep the Twins Away.

    Sunday night was a big night at the Metrodome in Minnesota as the game is going to determine whether there will be a game 4 or will the Yankees move forward to the American League Championship Series...

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  10. The End Justifies The Yanks.

    If there is one thing that the Yankees are good at, besides Baseball, it's late inning drama. They've done it before, and they did it again in the Game 2 of the American League Division Series against the Twins...

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  11. It's Loretta Day In Dodgertown.

    Just 5 hits and 3 runs in 9 innings. Not impressive? Perhaps. But it's all the Dodgertown needs to set its citizens into an uproar.It was a 2-1 lead by the Cardinals since the seventh inning...

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  12. Hurray For Halladay. It Will Be a Wonderful Labour Day for The Jays.

    Roy Halladay (13-8) was the starter of the Toronto Blue Jays against the New York Yankees on Friday night at the Rogers Centre. It was a perfect 5 2/3 innings until Doc, who throws right, walked Yankees catcher Jorge Posada...

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  13. Thou shalt not steal.

    Or thou shalt be tagged.The first unsuccessful steal was on Thursday night game of the New York Yankees against the Seattle Mariners in the Yankee Stadium in Bronx, New York City.Yankee catcher Jorge Posada caught Franklin Gutierrez stealing second base..

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  14. The Arcane Eighth Inning Decision of Joe Girardi

    Brian Bruney was sent to replace Phil Hughes in the eight inning on Tuesday night game against the Seattle Mariners. This had also caused the Yankees fans to send comments and criticism about the decision...

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  15. The Yankees share history with the Mets in their 2009 Subway Series

    The New York Yankees are rising like a phoenix. And they keep making legends.The Bronx Bombers won the first Subway Series of the season with 2 out of 3 against the Metropolitans. It was in the Yankee Stadium...

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  16. AJ Burnett Disables the Mets Offense

    Another Yankee has come to be the king of the mound on Saturday night for the second game of the Subway series at the CitField in Queens, New York.AJ Burnett accomplished 12 up, 12 down from the first, third, fourth and seventh innings...

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  17. Saturday Night is Not Brett Gardner's Night

    If there was one thing the New York Mets might have planned and succeeded for tonight against the New York Yankees, it would be keeping the fastest man in pinstripes out of the game...

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  18. 18 Up, 18 Down by the Big C at the Citi Field

    CC Sabathia, who just came back from being rested because of bicep tendinitis, allowed no hit and struck out five Mets during the first four innings of last night's subway series at the Citi Field...

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  19. Yankees vs. Braves; Derek vs. Derek

    Two Derek came face to face during the series finale between the New York Yankees and Atlanta Braves last night at the Turner Field. But, who's having a good night sleep? It's obvious to be the birthday boy, Captain Derek Jeter of the Yankees...

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