1. Johnny Damon: Red Sox Claim Former Fan Favorite Off Waivers

    Via the NY Post: The Red Sox have claimed Johnny Damon on waivers, but the Tigers outfielder must waive a no-trade clause to return to Boston...

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  2. Yankees Notes: Nova, Aceves, Marte, Pettitte, and More

    The Yankees lost a tough one yesterday 3-2 to the Toronto Blue Jays as Ivan Nova made his first big league start...

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  3. Making Umpires Better

    Monday night’s 3-2 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays was a tough one to swallow – not just because the Yankees lost a close one, but because some of it was out of their control...

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  4. New York Yankees: Kearns, Wood Trades Working, but Berkman, Not So Much

    The Yankees made three deals at the July 31 trade deadline acquiring Lance Berkman, Kerry Wood and Austin Kearns...

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  5. New York Yankees Notes: A-Rod To DL, Ivan Nova To NY, CC Sabathia Will Stay

    There were no updates yesterday because I was busy with a family member’s wedding. There is a silver lining to that, however: On my way home I stopped at the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N...

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  6. Who Gets Their Number Retired?

    An interesting discussion I was having recently revolved around the question of the Yankees and retired numbers: who, among current or former Yankees, is in line to be added to Monument ...

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  7. Yankees Scouting Report: Dellin Betances

    Yesterday we got a full scouting report on one of the Yankees top pitching prospects Manny Banuelos and today, thanks to former scout and current AOL FanHouse writer Frankie Piliere we get another report...

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  8. Yankees Notes: A-Rod Injured, McAllister Traded, Nova to be Called Up

    The Yankees offense had been hot coming out of Detroit, but they were stopped last night by King Felix Hernandez who struck out 11 batters as they lost 6-0 . Here are some notes: A...

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  9. Yankees Notes: A-Rod, Hughes, Aceves, and Ticket Prices

    The Yankees are taking on the Seattle Mariners this weekend and they start with a showdown between A.J. Burnett and King Felix Hernandez at the stadium tonight...

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  10. Yankees Scouting Report: Manny Banuelos

    Frankie Piliere is a former MLB scout and is currently a writer for AOL FanHouse. He had a chance to watch the Yankees top pitching prospect LHP Manny Banuelos this week and came away very impressed...

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  11. CC Sabathia Not Close to Cy Young Despite Win Total

    For years the measure of a really good pitcher was how many wins he was able to rack up. Last season, though, something happened: Zack Greinke of the Royals won the Cy Young Award despite only racking up 16 wins...

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  12. Lance Berkman Placed on DL; Eduardo Nunez Called Up

    Via The Star-Ledger: "The Yankees placed designated hitter Lance Berkman on the disabled list before Thursday’s game with the Tigers and called up infielder Eduardo Nunez from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre...

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  13. Andy Pettitte May Not Be Back Until Mid-September

    Via ESPN New York: New York Yankees starting pitcher Andy Pettitte will not be ready to return to the mound until the first week of September at the earliest, and more likely the middle ...

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  14. Yankees Notes: Recap, Warren, SI Promotions

    The Yankees offense has struggled a bit of late but Jeremy Bonderman helped out with that as they broke out with three home runs, topping Miguel Cabrera‘s pair, to win 9-5 at home last night...

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  15. Granderson's New Swing Working So Far

    At the beginning of the month Curtis Granderson was in the middle of one of the worst slumps of his career. Over the span of 11 games from July 30th through August 11th, Granderson was three-for-29 (...

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  16. Phil Hughes' Innings Limit Doesn't Apply to Playoffs

    In an effort to protect the arm of Phil Hughes, who has never gone beyond 146 innings in any one season in his career, the Yankees are limiting him to about 175 innings this year...

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  17. New York Yankees Trade Rumors: Brian Cashman Says No More Trades

    Via The Star-Ledger: "...general manager Brian Cashman said following the Yankees’ 6-2 victory over the Tigers on Tuesday that he believes the Yankees have enough to weather setbacks...

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  18. List of New York Yankees' 29 Signed Draft Picks

    Via Chad Jennings of LoHud: The team's 29 signed draft picks alongside the number of the round they were drafted in. 1. Culver, Cito 2. Gumbs, Angelo 3. Segedin, Robert 4...

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  19. Yankees Notes: A-Rod, Pettitte, Swisher, Johnson, Marte

    Here are some bits for the day— Alex Rodriguez left Monday’s game with a stiff calf that an MRI revealed to be a low-grade strain in his left calf. He’s day-to-day...

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  20. Yankees Notes: Berkman, Pettitte, Aceves, Marte, Vazquez

    A.J. Burnett gave up a first inning run, struggled but got through the second, and then didn’t need a bullpen as he dominated the rest of the way...

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  21. New York Yankees Bullpen is Red Hot

    Last night the Yankees bullpen went a combined 3.2 innings without allowing a run. At a certain point this season that would have been a major achievement for them, but lately it has been par for the course for them...

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  22. Yankees Notes: Recap, Aceves, El Duque, 2 Picks Signed

    The Yankees sat through two rain delays before they lost to the Kansas City Royals by a score of 4-3. Here are some notes: Dustin Moseley went 4.1 innings and allowed all four runs...

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  23. Andy Pettitte Experiences Setback in Rehab

    Via the AP: Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte had a setback in a simulated game Friday and will join the team Saturday in Kansas City for further evaluations...

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  24. Mariano Rivera: Greatest Pitcher Ever?

    Via Baseball Reference: Mariano Rivera is 40 years old, still pitching extremely well, and is first in baseball history in ERA+. Among active pitchers, he’s ranked first in ERA, WHIP, H/9IP, K/BB, HR/9IP, WPA, and fielding percentage...

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  25. The Minnesota Twins Are Winners of the Carl Pavano Derby

    In the winter before the 2005 season, Carl Pavano met with at least a half-dozen teams as he shopped his services in a Pavano Derby of sorts...

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