1. New York Yankees Notes: Streaks, Jesus Montero, and MiLB Playoffs

    The Yankees have an off day after finishing up a 10-game home stand with a victory against the Orioles to avoid their first sweep at the new Yankee Stadium. They were 7-3 during the home stand...

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  2. Jorge Posada Day-to-Day with Concussion Symptoms

    When Francisco Cervelli came up in the seventh inning today with the Yankees trailing and a runner on it seemed like the perfect spot for Jorge Posada to pinch hit. However the batter that stepped into the box was Cervelli, not Posada...

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  3. New York Yankees: A Walk-Off Win in the Bronx

    The Yankees almost had one of their worst series of the season until Nick Swisher won the game with a ninth-inning walk-off home run off of the Orioles Koji Uehara to lead the Yankees to a 3-2 victory...

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  4. Ney York Yankees: Heyman's Take on Derek Jeter Negotiations

    Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated is a lot of things, but this is a great take on the upcoming contract negotiations with Derek Jeter. Take a read: Derek Jeter will be back as a Yankee next season, and for more seasons after that...

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  5. Phil Hughes To Be Skipped, Alfredo Aceves and Damaso Marte Done for 2010

    Here is a quick couple of updates via the Daily News: Phil Hughes will be skipped one start in the Yankees rotation to limit his innings, manager Joe Girardi said before Wednesday’s series finale against Baltimore...

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  6. Yankees Notes: Sabathia, A-Rod, Berkman, Lee, MLB Playoffs, and a Giveaway

    The Yankees haven’t been swept at home by the Baltimore Orioles since 1986, so they’ll be trying to avoid that as they go back to playing afternoon games, at least for one day...

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  7. Jayson Werth May Hire Scott Boras

    Via Craig Calcaterra of Hardball Talk: On Friday, Jerry Crasnick tweeted that Jayson Werth has parted ways with agent Jeff Borris. Werth was cagey about it when asked over the weekend, denying that he has left Borris and Beverly Hills Sports council..

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  8. Baltimore Orioles Similar to Early 90′s New York Yankees to Buck Showalter

    Via the NY Post: Maybe it is not a mirror image, but Buck Showalter admits becoming manager of the Orioles feels a bit like when he once became manager of the Yankees...

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  9. New York Yankees Notes: Sabathia, Pettitte, Kearns, Swisher, and Curtis

    The Yankees finally go back to playing night games as they try to end their two-game losing streak tonight against the Orioles with CC Sabathia on the mound. Sabathia is going for his 20th win of the season...

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  10. Yankee Quick Hits: Showalter's Revenge

    Under Buck Showalter, the Orioles have become a different team and it showed this afternoon as the O’s beat the Yankees 4-3. A.J. Burnett wasn’t horrible, but wasn’t good enough, as he allowed four runs over seven innings for the loss..

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  11. New York Yankees: How Bad Is Derek Jeter's 2010?

    Everyone knows by now that Derek Jeter is having the worst season of his career. His career OPS-plus is 120, and this year it's 95...

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  12. Lou Gehrig: New York Yankees' Hall of Famer

    Lou Gehrig, or the Iron Horse and Yankee Captain, played with the Yankees from 1923 until 1939. During that time, he played in 2,130 consecutive games, a record that stood for 56 years...

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  13. Yankees Notes: Pettitte, Swisher, Curtis, and Match-Ups

    The Yankees have owned the Orioles this season, beating them in 10 of the 12 times the two teams have faced each other, but Baltimore has been a different team since hiring former Yankees manager Buck Showalter...

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  14. Forget Derek Jeter, The 2010 Yankees Have A Bigger Issue

    Before I go any further in this post, let me inform you that this is not a reactionary post to yesterday’s loss. This is presenting something that is most likely well known by Yankee fans...

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  15. Alex Rodriguez Returns, New York Yankees' Winning Streak Comes to an End

    The Yankees got Alex Rodriguez back today, but his 2-for-5 day wasn’t enough to overcome Phil Hughes' poor start as the Yankees lost to the Toronto Blue Jays, 7-3, ending their winning streak at eight games...

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  16. Stats: Curtis Granderson Since the Fix

    The Yankees traded Austin Jackson this offseason because despite the fact that they liked him, they liked Curtis Granderson more. However, through most of the season, Granderson was either injured or a disappointment or both...

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  17. Yankees Notes: A-Rod, Kearns, Golson, Vazquez, and the Lineup

    The Yankees have Phil Hughes on the mound this afternoon as they go for the sweep of the Toronto Blue Jays, and their ninth consecutive victory overall. Here are some notes: Alex Rodriguez will be activated this afternoon...

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  18. Yankees Win Their 8th in Row

    The Yankees have won their 8th game in a row, overcoming a poor performance from Javier Vazquez, who was pulled in the 5th inning, to beat the Blue Jays 7-5...

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  19. Pettitte & A-Rod Feel Good After Sim, Swisher Scratched

    Andy Pettitte threw a simulated game, three innings, this morning and came through feeling great. One of the three batters he faced was Alex Rodriguez, who said he also felt great and could play tomorrow afternoon...

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  20. Yankees Notes: Javier Vazquez, 3B, Andy Pettitte, Nick Swisher and Damaso Marte

    The Yankees have whittled their magic number down to 20 as they go for their eighth win in a row this afternoon against the Toronto Blue Jays. Here are some notes: Javier Vazquez gets his rotation spot back today...

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  21. The New York Yankees Cannot Be Stopped—Not Even By Hurricane Earl

    The Yankees game was threatened because of Hurricane Earl, but they managed to get the game in as the Yankees won 7-3 over the Toronto Blue Jays for their seventh consecutive victory...

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  22. Is It Possible To Hate CC Sabathia?

    As the title says, my question is, is it possible for Yankee fans to hate CC Sabathia? He is in the midst of another fine season for the Yankees, standing at 19 wins, matching his win total from last season with a month to play...

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  23. New York Yankees News: Nick Swisher, Alex Rodriguez and Alfredo Aceves

    The Yankees have a tough series coming up this weekend, not only because they are facing the Blue Jays, but because they have Ivan Nova, Javier Vazquez, and Phil Hughes on the mound...

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  24. CC Sabathia One-Hits Oakland A's over Eight Innings in 5-0 Yankees Win

    The weather wasn’t the only thing red hot at Yankee Stadium yesterday as CC Sabathia picked up his sixth consecutive win and 19th of the season as he one-hit the Oakland Athletics over eight innings during the Yankees 5-0 win yesterday afternoon...

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  25. The New York Yankees' Potential 2011 Outfield

    Even though the Yankees are in the midst of a battle for the AL East against the menace known as the Tampa Bay Rays, and trying to defend their world title, one cannot help but speculate ...

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