1. MLB: Yankees Defeat Mets in Close Affair

    The New York Yankees knocked off the New York Mets Saturday afternoon by a score of 3-2. The beginning of the game was delayed on a count of rain, but the game finally got underway at 4:20 ET...

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  2. Yankees Get Payback, Blow Out Mets in Game Two

    After getting a beating from the Mets in the afternoon, the Yankees gave out a beating of their own, shutting out the Mets 9-0...

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  3. MLB: Yankees Spanked, Mets Take Game One of Twin Bill

    The New York Mets gave the New York Yankees a beat-down Friday afternoon 15-6 in game one of a day-night doubleheader. Yankees' starter Dan Giese was not as brilliant as he was against the Cincinnati Reds...

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  4. Subway Series: A Look Ahead at the Big Weekend in New York City

    This weekend is going to be a big one for either the Yankees or the Mets. With the Yankees sitting at 42-36 (as of press time), and the Mets one game below .500 at 38-39, one team has the chance to break out this weekend...

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  5. MLB: Yankees Rebound, Squash Pirates

    Coming off a 12-5 beating on Tuesday night, the New York Yankees shutout the Pittsburgh Pirates 10-0. New York starter Joba Chamberlain turned in a great performance. Chamberlain tossed 6...

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  6. Yankees-Pirates: Rasner Falters, Bucs Win Big

    The Pittsburgh Pirates crushed the New York Yankees Tuesday night, by a score of 12-5. Simply put, Yankees' starter Darrell Rasner didn't have it. He went five innings, allowing seven earned runs on ten hits, and struck out four...

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  7. Open Mic: Does Football Have the Best of the Best?

    In order to succeed in any sport, athleticism and competitive nature must exist in the heart and soul of the athlete. The question that is brought up is which sport has the best athletes? The first sport that comes to my mind is American football...

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  8. Andy Pettitte Gets Win as New York Avoids Sweep Against Reds

    The New York Yankees were able to stop the Cincinnati Reds Sunday afternoon, defeating them 4-1. Yankees' starter Andy Pettitte successfully played the role of the stopper today...

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  9. Yankees-Reds: Dan Giese Has Strong Debut, But Not Good Enough to Win

    In a long afternoon Saturday, the New York Yankees were shut out by the Cincinnati Reds 6-0. The Yankees could not have asked for a better game from Dan Giese, who made his first Major League start...

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  10. MLB: Volquez Outduels Moose, Ends Yanks' Streak

    The Cincinnati Reds halted the red hot New York Yankees tonight, defeating them 4-2 and ending the Bombers' seven game winning streak. Mike Mussina, the Yankees' starter was not particularly bad, but did not pick up the win...

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  11. Yankees Extend Winning Streak, Sweep Friars

    The New York Yankees defeated the San Diego Padres 2-1 on Thursday afternoon. Yankees' starting pitcher Joba Chamberlain tossed 100 pitches in 5.2 innings, surrendering one run on four hits, walking three, and striking out a season-high nine batters...

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  12. New York Yankees: Keep Moving, Win Sixth Straight

    After an hour and twenty three minute rain delay, the New York Yankees beat the San Diego Padres Wednesday night 8-5, rolling along to their sixth consecutive win (A game this reporter attended)...

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  13. New York Yankees: Andy Pettitte Pitches Past Padres

    On Tuesday night, the New York Yankees shut out the San Diego Padres by a score of 8-0, completing their fifth consecutive win. On the anniversary of Ron Guidry striking out 18 batters, Andy Pettitte was dealing...

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  14. MLB: Bombers Break Out Brooms, Sweep 'Stros

    In a squadoosh Sunday afternoon, The New York Yankees crushed the Houston Astros 13-0. Yankees' hurler Chien-Ming Wang was superb. Wang tossed five innings, allowed no runs on six hits, issued no walks, and struck out three...

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  15. Moose Loose, Yanks Down 'Stros

    In the second game of a three game series, the New York Yankees defeated the Houston Astros on Saturday night by a score of 8-4. Mike Mussina, the starter for New York, was on his game...

    A.J. Martelli Written by A.J. Martelli about 6 years ago 185 reads 0 comments

  16. Yanks-'Stros: Bombers Take Game 1 of the New York-Houston Series

    On Friday night, the New York Yankees beat the Houston Astros 2-1 in their first regular season game in Minute Maid Park...

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  17. Yankees-A's: New York Takes Series in Grand Finale

    In the rubber game of a three-game series, the New York Yankees defeated the Oakland Athletics Thursday night by a score of 4-1. Yankees' starting pitcher Andy Pettitte was superb coming off back-to-back mediocre outings...

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  18. MLB: Rasner Rocked, Yanks Lose to A's

    The Oakland Athletics beat the New York Yankees 8-4 on Wednesday night. After New York got a good start out of Darrell Rasner last Friday against Kansas City, where he pitched a career ...

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  19. Open Mic: 2004 MLB Playoffs a Disappointment

    “It’s alright son,” my dad said to me the morning of Oct. 21, 2004. “They’ll get some pitching over the winter. There’s no need to brood and be upset...

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  20. Rivera Falters, Yanks Fail to Put KC Away

    Even though the Yankees got a good game out of starter Mike Mussina, they failed to defeat KC on Monday afternoon, losing 3-2. The game remained scoreless until the seventh inning...

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  21. Yankees-Royals: Joba Chamberlain Effective in Second Start

    After a long, wild game Saturday afternoon, the New York Yankees knocked off the Kansas City Royals on Sunday afternoon by a score of 6-3 (a game this reporter attended). Of course, the story today was Joba Chamberlain's second start this year...

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  22. New York Yankees Win Wild Game, Johnny Damon Has Career Day

    In almost a four hour game, Damon hit a walk-off ground-rule double to score Wilson Betemit to beat the Kansas City Royals 12-11 on Saturday afternoon. Damon has been swinging a hot bat lately, and continued his hot hitting today...

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  23. MLB:Yanks, Rasner Fall While Royals End Streak

    After an amazing walk-off win on Thursday afternoon, the New York Yankees fell to the Kansas City Royals Friday night by a score of 2-1. The game came down to Yanks’ pitcher, Darrell Rasner...

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  24. Giambi's Dramatic Blast Powers Yanks Past Jays

    The New York Yankees, who were struggling for the better part of Wednesday afternoon's game vs. the Toronto Blue Jays, dramatically defeated the Jays 9-8 on the strength of a pinch hit, walk-off two run home run by Jason Giambi...

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  25. Bombers Bounce Back, Jeter Passes the Mick

    Coming off a crushing loss to the Toronto Blue Jays last night, the New York Yankees snapped a three game losing streak and downed the Jays by a score of 5-1 on Wednesday night...

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