1. New York Yankees Dominant in Day Games

    The Yankees, winners of five straight, are about to embark on a rarity in baseball scheduling: five consecutive day games. Luckily for the Yankees, they have thrived this season in day games, going 31-16...

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  2. Cliff Lee’s Back Is Bothering Him

    A few weeks ago I wrote a blurb about Cliff Lee and noted how many innings he was throwing and wondered out loud if it would carry over to next season...

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  3. New York Yankees Trade Rumors: Ted Lilly Staying Put

    Yesterday I passed along a story that the Yankees had won a waiver claim for Ted Lilly and may have been pursuing him even though the trade deadline had passed...

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  4. New York Yankees Notes: Vazquez, Pettitte, Jeter, Aceves, Venditte

    The Yankees go for a four-game sweep of the Oakland Athletics tonight and their sixth win overall and have their best man on the job, CC Sabathia. Here are some notes: Javier Vazquez is back in the rotation...

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  5. Dallas Braden Faces New York Yankees: Get Off My Mound!

    Making a much anticipated start, Dallas Braden will take the hill today against the New York Yankees, making his Yankee Stadium debut in front of the ravenous Yankee Stadium crowd...

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  6. MLB: Some Aroldis Chapman Would Hit the Spot Right About Now

    If you haven’t noticed, the young lefty phenom out of Cuba, Aroldis Chapman, finally made his debut for the Cincinnati Reds last night. He had his fireball popping as well, reaching up to 102...

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  7. New York Yankees Trade Rumors: They Tried To Acquire Ted Lilly, May Try Again

    According to Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated, when the Dodgers put Ted Lilly on waivers leading up to the trade deadline, the Yankees made and won the claim for the pitcher. Then the Dodgers pulled him off of waivers, and no deal was made...

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  8. Yankees Notes: Expanded Rosters, Berkman, Aceves, the Rotation and More

    Today is September 1st and the Yankees are sitting alone in first place. The Rays are just one game back though, and have proven that they will not back down this season...

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  9. The New York Yankees Take Sole Posession of First

    Phil Hughes was not at his best tonight, but he had the benefit of a nine run night by the Yankees offense that included homers by Mark Teixeira, Nick Swisher, and Curtis Granderson, as the Yankees beat the Oakland Athletics 9-3...

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  10. New York Yankees: Enough Moseley, Vazquez Deserves Back in the Rotation

    The Yankees never really planned on using Dustin Moseley this season. They signed him as insurance and only called him up so he wouldn’t opt-out of his contract. Then Andy Pettitte went down, and he became an important member of the 2010 Yankees...

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  11. New York Yankees Notes: A-Rod, Lance Berkman, Alfredo Aceves

    The Yankees are taking on the A’s again today and might not need as much offense with Phil Hughes on the mound. A strong start today would probably go very far in easing the fear of the playoff rotation...

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  12. New York Yankees' Offense Keeps Rolling 11-5 Over Oakland

    Marcus Thames hit his sixth home run in as many games as the Yankees slugged their way past the Oakland A’s 11-5. Here are some notes: Mark Teixeira returned to the lineup and hit a third inning home run that put the Yankees ahead 4-3...

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  13. Yankees Hall of Famer: Babe Ruth

    George Herman Ruth was better known as Babe Ruth or The Sultan of Swat, The King of Crash, The Colossus of Clout, The Great Bambino, The Wali of Wallop, The Rajah of Rap, The Caliph ...

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  14. New York Yankees Have the Worst Rotation, Best Bullpen the Last 30 Days

    Early in the season, the Yankees were carried by their strong rotation and were constantly hurt by their poor bullpen. Lately it has been the exact opposite, though...

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  15. New York Yankees Notes: A-Rod, Burnett, Berkman and Matchups

    The Yankees are back in the Bronx for a 10-game homestand starting with a four-game set against the Oakland Athletics today...

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  16. New York Yankees: Super Nova Helps Yankees Take Series

    Ivan Nova showed today that he might be the shot in the arm the Yankees rotation needs to hold them over during the stretch run as he helped the Yankees to a 2-1 victory over the White Sox in Chicago by going 5...

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  17. Despite Huge Season, Robinson Cano Overshadowed for MVP

    Coming into the season one of the bigger questions was whether or not Robinson Cano was ready to hit out of the no. 5 spot in the Yankees lineup. Afterall, protecting Alex Rodriguez in the batting order is a big deal...

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  18. Andy Pettitte Feels Good After Latest Bullpen Session

    Via Chad Jennings of the Journal News: Andy Pettitte sounded much more encouraged today than he did on Friday...

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  19. Yankees Notes: Recap, Nova, and Injury Updates

    Two things that have been going well for the Yankees lately, CC Sabathia and their bullpen, both struggled last night, but when your offense scores 12 runs those kind of things are forgiven...

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  20. New York Yankees: Getting A.J. Burnett on Track

    Everyone knows by now that A.J. Burnett is pitching terribly, leading to speculation that he, like Javier Vazquez, will be skipped in the rotation. Perhaps this will be the case, but it doesn’t seem like the solution for the Yankees or Burnett...

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  21. Yankees Notes: Burnett, Pettitte, Aceves, Berkman, and Nova

    A.J. Burnett allowed four runs in the first inning and never settled in, as he gave up eight earned runs and the Yankees lost 9-4 in the first game of a three game series against the Chicago White Sox...

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  22. Andy Pettitte Throws Bullpen Without Pain

    Via the LoHud Yankees blog: Andy Pettitte felt good after a 25-pitch bullpen session, but he did not try to throw at 100 percent effort. That was at the urging of the training staff...

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  23. Read: NoMaas’ Interview w/Mark Newman

    NoMaas.org had a great interview with the Yankees’ Senior Vice President of Baseball Operations Mark Newman that was filled with great little tidbits of information about the minor league system...

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  24. Yankees Notes: Girardi, Wood, and Laird

    The Yankees had an off day yesterday, so there really isn’t a whole lot of news going on. Andy Pettitte is throwing a bullpen this afternoon, which is critical to the Yankees season, but we haven’t gotten an update on that yet...

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  25. Yankees Notes: Swisher, Marte, Aceves, Johnson, Pettitte

    Phil Hughes did not pitch well last night as he allowed five earned runs in just 3.2 innings. Javier Vazquez came on in relief and pitched pretty well with the exception of a solo-shot by Aaron Hill in the 5th...

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