1. Jesus Montero, Andrew Brackman, and Dellin Betances Called Up, Inactive

    Via Josh Norris: To make it all clear: Andrew Brackman and Dellin Betances are headed to NY to get a taste of life in the show, not to pitch at all; and just in from Damon Oppenheimer, Jesus Montero will be joining Betances and Brackman...

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  2. New York-Tampa Bay: Yanks Beat Rays, Increase Division Lead

    The Yankees jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the first inning on their way to an 8-3 lead over the Tampa Bay Rays as they increased their AL East lead to 2.5 games...

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  3. Kevin Long Appreciation, The Jeter and Granderson Edition

    How many times have we heard that The Captain Derek Jeter was done this season? Probably only slightly more than we heard about the Curtis Granderson trade being a bust...

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  4. Joe Torre and Brian Cashman Reunited

    Via the NY Times: "Torre finished his interview, found Cashman, and they hugged as cameras clicked all around. Then they walked down the hallway together, the way Torre did—alone—in the cover photo of his 2009 memoir, 'The Yankee Years...

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  5. The Boss in The Hall? Bud Selig Thinks So

    Via the NY Daily News: "Baseball commissioner Bud Selig held court in the back of the press box Monday night and was asked, among other things, if [George] Steinbrenner deserves a plaque in Cooperstown in addition to Monument Park...

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  6. Honoring The Boss

    Here is what it says: GEORGE M. STEINBRENNER III July 4, 1930 – July 13, 2010 New York Yankees Principal Owner “The Boss” 1973 – 2010 Purchased the New York Yankees on January 3, 1973...

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  7. Curtis Granderson Honors Boss With Two Home Runs

    Tonight was a special night at Yankee Stadium as George Steinbrenner was honored before the game with a huge monument in center field and their center fielder blasted two home runs in an 8-6 victory over the Rays...

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  8. Jayson Werth Hires Scott Boras

    Via Jim Salisbury on Twitter: "I just spoke to Scott Boras. He is Jayson Werth‘s new representative." This has been rumored for awhile now, but this looks official. This will almost definitely drive the price for Werth up...

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  9. Heyman: If Joe Girardi Leaves, Bobby Valentine is a Candidate To Replace Him

    Via Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated: Joe Girardi will probably stay with the Yankees rather than go to the home state Cubs (he’s from Peoria and went to Northwestern)...

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  10. New York Yankees Rumors: If Yu Darvish Is Posted, Yankees Likely To Get Involved

    Via Hardball Talk: FOXSports.com’s Ken Rosenthal heard from a source Saturday that right-hander Yu Darvish is likely to be “posted” this winter, meaning teams in ...

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  11. Joe Torre Makes His Triumphant Return to the Bronx Today

    Via the NY Post: Joe Torre and Don Mattingly will attend the unveiling of George Steinbrenner’s monument in Monument Park, according to multiple people with knowledge of the names who will be on hand at Yankee Stadium...

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  12. Mark Teixeira: This Has Been Toughest Stretch of My Career

    via the NY Daily News: And so, as Swisher returns to the lineup, Girardi sits down [Mark Teixeira], who painted anything but a painless picture of the thumb and toe injuries he’s been playing with the past few weeks...

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  13. New York Yankees Notes: Nick Swisher, Robinson Cano, A.J. Burnett, and More

    The Yankees dropped the series finale against the Orioles yesterday, but still were able to take two of three and win the series. Today they start a much bigger series against the Rays, which could determine who wins the AL East...

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  14. Pettitte Returns But Mo Blows Lead

    The Yankees were about to sweep the Baltimore Orioles and had them right where they wanted them with Mariano Rivera on the mound, but the great closer blew the game when he gave up a game tying solo-shot to Luke Scott...

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  15. A Sight for Sore Eyes

    Andy Pettitte returned this afternoon and looked great as he needed 79 pitches to make it through six innings. He allowed just one run, on a bunt single, in the first inning and then shut the Orioles down for the remainder of the day...

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  16. A.J. Burnett Has a Black Eye

    Almost forgot to mention this one, I don’t know how. A.J. Burnett pitched last night with a black eye. Check out these photos: Nobody knows what happened and he or the Yankees aren’t talking...

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  17. New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman: Winning the AL East Isn't Necessary

    Via Chad Jennings: “Over time you get educated,” said Yankees general manager Brian Cashman...

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  18. Alex Rodriguez Homers New York Yankees into First Place

    The Yankees beat the Baltimore Orioles 4-3 in Camden Yards last night behind a pair of homers by Alex Rodriguez—including a three-run homer in the top of the ninth with two strikes ...

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  19. Gardner Back In Lineup, Sanchez Called-Up

    Brett Gardner, who has been dealing with an injured wrist that needed a cortisone shot last week, is back in the lineup tonight against the Baltimore Orioles. RHP Romulo Sanchez will also joined the team in the bullpen...

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  20. Don Mattingly to Become Next Los Angeles Dodgers Manager

    According to Tim Brown of Yahoo! Sports, Joe Torre will soon announce that he is stepping down as manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers, and he will be replaced at the helm by former Yankee captain Don Mattingly...

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  21. Yankees Notes: Steinbrenner Memorial, Thompson, the Thunder, and More

    There is not much to report on today thanks to the off-day yesterday. Obviously the Yankees start a three game series against the Orioles tonight. A.J...

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  22. The Jeter Debacle w/Video Link

    I mentioned this briefly in the post-game summary, but it seems to have more legs than I realized, probably because there isn’t a whole lot else going on today, so I figured I’d share my two cents (not actually worth two cents) on the ordeal..

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  23. Double-A Manager Tony Franklin Looking to Move to Majors

    Via John Nalbone: Tony Franklin acknowledged prior to Game 2 of the Eastern League Championship Series against Altoona last night at Blair County Ballpark that “it’s time to move on...

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  24. New York Yankees: One More September Call-Up Could Be on the Way

    Via Chad Jennings: Forgot to mention this pregame, but when Girardi was asked whether Royce Ring would be the last of the September call-ups, he hesitated. Then he said, “Don’t write that...

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  25. New York Yankees Fall To Second Place After Eight Losses in 10 Games

    The Yankees lost 4-3 to the Tampa Bay Rays last night after journeyman Dan Johnson blasted a pair of two-run home runs off of Phil Hughes, and the Yankees offense was held in check by "Big Game" James Shields...

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