1. Los Angeles Angels Hand New York Yankees First Series Loss of the Season

    Kendry Morales was 3-for-3 with three RBI, and Brandon Wood delivered a clutch two-run double to lead Los Angeles to an 8-4 triumph over New York on Sunday in Anaheim. New York dropped their first series of the season after winning their first five...

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  2. Andy Pettitte, Robinson Cano Lead New York Yankees Past LA Angels

    Andy Pettitte limited Los Angeles to one run over eight innings, and Robinson Cano posted his 16th career four-hit game as New York earned a 7-1 win Saturday afternoon at Angel Stadium of Anaheim...

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  3. Alex Rodriguez Moves Up on All-Time Home Run List in New York Yankees' Win

    Alex Rodriguez hit his first home run of the season and moved into eighth on the all-time home run list as New York defeated Texas, 7-3, Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium...

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  4. Robinson Cano Powers New York Yankees Past Los Angeles Angels

    Robinson Cano slugged a pair of home runs and finished with three RBI to lead New York past the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, 6-3 on Thursday night at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees won two of three for the third consecutive series to improve to 6-3...

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  5. Top 10 Greatest Puerto Rican Born Players

    Today is the 63rd anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking baseball’s color barrier. April 15, 1947 is arguably the most historic date in baseball history because of the monumental event that day...

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  6. Joel Pineiro Silences New York Yankees Bats in LA Angels Victory

    Los Angeles pitcher Joel Pineiro (1-1) limited New York to one run over seven innings, as the Angels earned a 5-3 victory Wednesday afternoon at Yankee Stadium. Pineiro only allowed five hits while striking out seven and walking none...

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  7. Yankees Collect World Series Rings & Home Opener Victory

    The Yankees celebrated their 2009 World Series victory by receiving their championship rings. Then, New York went out and earned their third straight win with a 7-5 victory over the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Tuesday afternoon at Yankee Stadium...

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  8. Top 10 New York Yankees Trades in the George Steinbrenner Era

    George Steinbrenner purchased the New York Yankees for $10 million in January 1973. Since that time, New York has won 11 AL pennants and seven World Series titles...

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  9. A.J. Burnett Overcomes Early Struggles As Yankees Sting Rays

    After allowing two runs in the first inning, A.J. Burnett (1-0) rebounded to pitch six scoreless innings as New York topped Tampa Bay, 7-3, Sunday afternoon at Tropicana Field. The Yankees completed their season-opening road trip with a 4-2 record...

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  10. Sabathia Comes Within Four Outs of a No-Hitter As Yankees Roll

    CC Sabathia (1-0) was four outs away from pitching the 12th no-hitter in Yankees history. But with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning, Kelly Shoppach, who was Sabathia’s ...

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  11. Vasquez Struggles in Yankee Return

    Javier Vasquez (0-1) allowed eight runs on eight hits in five and two-third innings as Tampa Bay rolled to a 9-3 win, Friday night, at Tropicana Field. Vasquez was making his first Yankees start since Game Four of the 2004 ALDS, at Minnesota...

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  12. Curtis Granderson's Homer Lifts New York Yankees in Extra Innings

    Curtis Granderson’s leadoff home run in the top of the tenth inning off of Jonathan Papelbon broke a 1-1 tie, as New York won their second straight with a 3-1 victory over Boston Wednesday night at Fenway Park...

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  13. Boston Red Sox Error Crucial to New York Yankees First Win of the Season

    A critical error by Boston shortstop Marco Scutaro helped to break a 4-4 tie as New York earned a 6-4 win over Boston Tuesday night at Fenway Park. Alfredo Aceves (1-0) pitched two scoreless innings to earn the win...

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