1. Yankees-Nationals: Robbie Cano Has Big Night as Yanks Beat Nats

    Robinson Cano hit the first three pitches he saw on the nose in the Yankees game against the Washington Nationals Tuesday night. In the first inning, he slapped an outside pitch on a line over the shortstop's head for a clean single...

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  2. New York Yankees Have Interesting Dilemma Behind the Plate

    The New York Yankees entered this season knowing that they needed far greater performance from the catching position if they were to end this season with a better record than 2008...

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  3. A-Rod: Mark Teixeira Should Be MVP

    Mark Teixeira, first baseman for the New York Yankees, has belted 20 home runs in the 59 games he has played this season. He has also driven in 54 runs, has an OPS of 1.008 and an OPS+ of 161...

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  4. Derek Jeter Is The Second Best Shortstop In Baseball History

    Cliff Eastham just wrote a piece on the top 10 shortstops in the Hall of Fame and I was very interested in the piece...

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  5. 27 Jump from Triborough Bridge (Satire)

    Apparently beginning with nobody out in the eighth inning of the Yankees game in Fenway Park, Thursday night, a number of people began jumping from the Triborough Bridge. It seemed to begin almost as soon as J...

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  6. Instant Coffee Isn't Always The Answer

    This writer is an old guy who grew up before cable TV, microwave ovens, cell phones, laptops and instant news on the World Wide Web. Our world has become a place where there is no time for anything...

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  7. Joe Girardi Is Playing Senseless Mind Games with His Yankee Players

    New York Yankees Manager Joe Girardi is making decisions that have to affect his players’ confidence in themselves—and certainly their confidence in Girardi. There are many examples...

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  8. Sure Would Like to See These Baseball Teams Play

    Mike and Mike in the Morning had a discussion on Tuesday about which sports franchise was the greatest dynasty in professional sports...

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  9. Joe Girardi Thinks He Is Merlin As Yanks Lose Sixth Straight to Boston

    The New York Yankees were destroyed in Fenway Park Tuesday night, losing to Boston 7-0. This is the sixth straight loss the Yankees have suffered at the hands of their archnemesis, the Boston Red Sox...

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  10. Yankees-Rays: New York Lucky in Eighth, Squeak By Rays, 4-3

    For seven innings yesterday, the New York Yankees could do almost nothing against Tampa Bay starter, Matt Garza. The only production the Bombers had had was one solo home run by Nick Swisher in the third inning...

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  11. Phil Hughes to the New York Yankees Bullpen: Stupid Move

    New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi and General Manager Brian Cashman announced yesterday that Chien-Ming Wang will return to the starting rotation on Thursday and that Phil Hughes will go to the bullpen...

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  12. Derek Jeter: Finally Healthy, Blazing Hot

    Derek Jeter will turn 35 years old this month. He is playing in his 15th season in the Bronx (although his first year in 1995 saw him in very few games). It appears the Yankee shortstop is finally healthy...

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  13. AJ Burnett Says: "Hit Our Guys? Fuhgettaabout It!"

    The New York Yankees beat the Texas Rangers in Yankee Stadium Tuesday night by a score of 12-3. Jorge Posada and Hideki Matsui each hit three-run homers. But there is a bigger story...

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  14. Mark Teixeira Shows Additional Value for New York Yankees

    In the fourth inning of the New York Yankees 12-3 win over the Texas Rangers last night, the Rangers were leading 3-2. Then Ranger starter, Vicente Padilla, hit Yankees' first baseman, Mark Teixeira, for the second time in the game...

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  15. Derek Jeter Scores Run No. 1,500: Joins Elite Group

    In last night's 12-3 win over the Texas Rangers, Derek Jeter, of the New York Yankees scored the 1500th run of his illustrious career...

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  16. New York Yankees' Big Right-Hander Should Definitely Go to the Bullpen

    The New York Yankees bullpen has been terrible so far this year. What was supposed to be a strength for the Bronx team has turned into an embarrassment...

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  17. Thoughts on New York Yankees' Retired Numbers

    The New York Yankees have retired fifteen uniform numbers. Here are some random thoughts about those whose numbers are retired and who might be considered for this honor in the future. First there is No...

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  18. Joe Girardi: Still Making Strange Decisions For New York Yankees

    Joe Girardi has been the subject of a great deal of criticism for decisions he has made as the second-year manager of the New York Yankees...

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  19. New York Yankees: Position by Position

    The New York Yankees have reeled off nine victories in a row after starting the season poorly and having player after player on the disabled list...

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  20. Robinson Cano: The Best Second Baseman in MLB

    There are a number of excellent second basemen in the major leagues.A few of the best would have to include Ian Kinsler of Texas, Placido Polanco of Detroit, Brian Roberts of Baltimore, Dustin ...

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  21. A Revolutionary Idea for MLB Starting Pitchers

    In the course of major league baseball, there have been great changes in the way pitchers are used. In the early days of professional baseball, teams did not have more than one or two ...

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  22. Phil Hughes: Is He a Front Line Starting Pitcher?

    I was watching Phil Hughes last night and thought to myself: "What is wrong with this guy?" "Why can't he dominate all the time?" "Why is he so up and down?" This morning, the same ...

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  23. The Cisco Kid (Francisco Cervelli) Coming Up Big For Yanks

    Tuesday night there were a lot of heroes for the New York Yankees as they won their seventh game in a row and climbed to five games over .500. ARod hit a home run for the fourth game in a row...

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  24. Will the Yankees Have the Courage to Give Francisco Cervelli a Long-Term Shot?

    On May 4, 2009 Yankees starting catcher, Jorge Posada, strained his hamstring running the bases. He was put on the disabled list...

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  25. Why Can the New York Yankees Not Prevent Injuries?

    Can somebody please explain why the New York Yankees continuously have injury problems that are sending key players to the disabled list. Currently the Yankees have seven key players on the disabled list...

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