1. 10 Free Agents New York Yankees Must Show Interest in for 2012

    The feeding frenzy that is the MLB off-season often brings blockbuster drama and expectations for teams and newly acquired players...

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  2. Ivan Nova Continues Winning Ways as New York Yankees Right the Ship

    Before Wednesday's game, manager Joe Girardi was questioned about the pitching staff. He said that the team will move to a five-man rotation, and when asked if starter Ivan Nova would be one of them , Girardi answered with a yes...

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  3. A.J. Burnett: Is the New York Yankees Starter the 800-Pound Gorilla in the Room?

    The New York Yankees have publicly announced that they have a problem most teams would love to have; they have too much pitching...

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  4. New York Yankees vs Chicago White Sox: CC Sabathia Grinds Out 16th Win

    The month of July proved that when the Yankees took the field behind their ace, CC Sabathia, the game was basically theirs. Sabathia went 4-1 during the month with a 0.92 ERA, the third lowest by a Yankee in a month...

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  5. New York Yankees: Was the Silent Trade Deadline a Good Move or Bad?

    For the first time in seemingly an eternity, the New York Yankees were not active in the July 31 trade deadline. Not only were they not active, they were non-existent, making zero moves to upgrade their team for the final playoff run...

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  6. New York Yankees Finish Homestand Strong Against Struggling Baltimore Orioles

    The biggest concern after an offensive explosion like the Yankees put out Saturday night is a letdown, and that was evident early in Sunday's game versus Baltimore...

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  7. Ivan Nova Shines for Rotation Spot as Yankees Pound Orioles

    A day-night doubleheader prompted the Yankees to call up promising starter Ivan Nova for the second leg of the split...

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  8. New York Yankees at the Deadline: Why New York Will Mainly Stand Pat

    Every MLB team becomes very busy around the July 31 trade deadline, but no team is usually more active than the Yankees ...

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  9. The Yankees' Top 10 Player Achievements and Milestones

    The New York Yankees are about winning and trying to do it in the most professional manner with the best talent. The players that deliver these expectations have not been just great, but legendary, and Derek Jeter is no exception...

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  10. Yankees Trade Speculation: Should New York Deal Phil Hughes for Ubaldo Jimenez?

    When the MLB trade deadline rolls around every July 31, the New York Yankees are always near the front lines, looking to make deals that will launch them to the World Series...

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  11. The 10 Saddest Endings to Yankees' Careers

    Sometimes the memories you have of people are not the good ones, and the Yankees have no exceptions. Their glory and celebrations throughout the years have also been riddled with tragic stories of failure, embarrassment, sadness and even death...

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  12. Derek Jeter Creeps Closer to 3,000, but Yankees Struggle Against Rays

    The last thing Derek Jeter wanted was his New York Yankees to be distracted by his personal achievements, but that may have been exactly what happened Thursday night in the Bronx...

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  13. Derek Jeter Returns, Indians Outslug Yankees to Win Opener

    Attention, something Derek Jeter is not exactly fond of, was brought back on him Monday evening as he returned to the Yankees in Cleveland...

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  14. New York Yankees in Cleveland: The Site of Their Dynasty's First Blunder

    As Yankees closer Mariano Rivera entered the ninth inning during Sunday's Subway Series finale, there was little doubt he would close the Mets out...

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  15. Winning Is Everything: How Derek Jeter Won New York

    Fly ball, left field. It's heading for no-man's land down the line, surely a blooping base-hit by Red Sox outfielder Trot Nixon, giving them an extra-inning lead in what is already an instant classic in the Bronx...

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  16. Queens to Kings: The Four Best Players to Play for Both the Yankees and Mets

    New York's baseball history is rich with history dating back well over a century with multiple teams always battling for the Big Apple's spotlight. For the last 50 years, the same two teams have drawn the border through the city...

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  17. The Subway Series: Is This Crosstown Rivalry One-Sided?

    The bat crackles with solid, powerful contact, propelling it deep into the October night. New York Mets ' catcher Mike Piazza gazed it down with a stature of confidence, hoping he got enough...

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  18. New York Yankess: The 5 Best NL Players in the Yankees Interleague Schedule

    For a few series every baseball season, the American and National Leagues face off in a battle for, well, nothing more than drawing larger ticket sales in different cities each season...

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  19. Yankees Not-so-Hidden Gems: 4 Unsung Heroes of Their Season's First Half

    As the Yankees march through their 2011 season, there have been many credited stars in their lineup. Curtis Granderson's torrid first half, littered with home runs, a league-lead in runs scored and sparkling defense, has drawn the most spotlight...

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  20. New York Yankees: What They Need to Be Crowned American League East Champions

    The New York Yankees are currently sitting atop the American League East standings, but staying there for the remainder of the season will be the most difficult task any contending team will bear in the second half...

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