1. Yankees—Mariners: Pettitte Sinks Seattle For Seventh Straight Win

    The Yankees haven't trailed in a ballgame since the sixth inning of last Wednesday's contest against the Braves. That's a span of 58 innings. Andy Pettitte made sure that streak would continue until at least Thursday...

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  2. Melky Cabrera's Three RBIs Lead New York Yankees to Sixth Straight Win

    When Nick Swisher struck out with runners at the corners and nobody out in the second, it became Melky Cabrera's responsibility to drive in the Yankees' second run with an out. He did just that with a sacrifice fly to center...

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  3. Why the Yankees Will Win Two of Three Against the Mariners

    The Yankees enter tonight's three-game series with the Seattle Mariners on a five-game winning streak. After a weekend sweep of the Mets in the Subway Series, the Bronx Bombers must avoid a letdown against the red-hot M's, who have won nine of 12...

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  4. Yankees-Mets: Joe Girardi's Stupidity Pays Off As Yanks Sweep Mets

    With Johnny Damon up with two on and one out in the ninth, I called my friend Brad. "He better get on or they're gonna walk Jeter and then Rivera will have to bat," I told my fellow Yankee fanatic...

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  5. 2009 Wimbledon: Picking All 127 Matches

    FIRST ROUND Juan Martin Del Potro (5) def. Arnaud Clement Del Potro replaces Rafael Nadal at the top of the draw after the No. 1 ranked player in the world withdrew because of knee problems...

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  6. Yankees-Nationals: Wang Earns Another Start, But Yanks Fall Short in Ninth

    They just didn't have another one in them. A day after the Yankees completed their 22nd come-from-behind victory, the Bombers stranded the tying run at third in the ninth to fall 3-2 to the Washington Nationals...

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  7. Yankees-Nationals: Yanks Use Small Ball To Nip Nats

    Who needs home runs? The Yankees failed to go yard at home for the first time since May 6 but played nearly flawless small ball to beat the Washington Nationals, 5-3, on Tuesday...

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  8. Yanks Drop to 0-7 Against Red Sox Behind Another Bad Start by Wang

    The Yankees came close but couldn't overcome yet another poor start by Chien-Ming Wang as they fell 6-5 to the Boston Red Sox, dropping New York to 0-7 this year against their hated rival...

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  9. Bombers Banter: Wang Vs. Hughes and Yanks Vs. NL

    Welcome to the latest edition of Bombers Banter, the New York Yankees round table. As the Bombers battle Boston for the division lead and the best record in the AL, we look ahead to ...

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  10. Teixeira, Cabrera, Pen Lead Yanks Past Rangers

    Chien-Ming Wang gave up five runs in 4.2 innings in his return to the Yankees' rotation, but the Bombers overcame a 5-1 deficit to beat the Texas Rangers 8-6 thanks to big hits by Mark Teixeira and Melky Cabrera and 4...

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  11. Joba Chamberlain Secures Spot In Yankees Rotation

    How many times does he have to prove you wrong? For about the 13th time in his short career, Joba Chamberlain proved to all the detractors that he belongs in the Yankee rotation...

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  12. Yanks Wallop Rangers to Open Road Trip

    The Yankees turned in one of their most complete performances of the season on Memorial Day as they destroyed the first-place Texas Rangers by a score of 11-1...

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  13. New York Yanks Blow Chance to Take First Place for First Time in 417 Days

    Between 1996 and 2006, it seemed like the Yankees were in first all the time. But over the past two-and-a-third seasons, New York has been the top team in the American League East for just five total days...

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  14. Joba Chamberlain Quiets Ridiculous 8th Inning Rumblings

    Joba Chamberlain helped send some of the Tigers fans to the exits early and a false fire alarm at Comerica Park nearly finished the job in the eighth inning...

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  15. Tigers Out Bunt Yankees to Take Series Opener

    It all started with a simple bunt. Involved in a pitcher's duel, the Tigers' Curtis Granderson decided to drag bunt to get on base in the bottom of the sixth...

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  16. Lineup Flat As Yanks Get Swept by Boston

    After a wasted 11-run explosion on Saturday, the Bombers' batters mustered just one run on seven hits in a 4-1 loss to the Red Sox Sunday night. Justin Masterson deserves a lot of the credit, but New York's patchwork lineup is also to blame...

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  17. Yanks Lose Second Heartbreaker in a Row to the Red Sox

    It's amazing how quickly things can go south. Just one out from a crisp 4-2 victory Friday night , Mariano Rivera surrendered a two-run homer to Jason Bay, and the New York Yankees ...

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  18. Mo Blows Another One Against the Boston Red Sox

    I don't know why people continue to be shocked when Mariano Rivera blows games against the Boston Red Sox. Mo picked up his 12th career blown save against the Sox Friday night after giving up ...

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  19. Just Another Day at the Office For Jeter

    The people who say Derek Jeter is overrated must not watch Yankee games. For the second day in a row, the Captain played an integral role in New York's win over the defending American League champion Tampa Bay Rays...

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  20. A.J. Burnett Gets Yankees Back in Win Column

    After the Yankee bullpen was forced to pitch seven innings Monday night (Nick Swisher included), A.J. Burnett said he wanted to give the team six or seven strong frames Tuesday...

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  21. Ace Is Wild in Yankee Debut

    This isn't what the Yankees were hoping for when they signed CC Sabathia to a $161 million contract this offseason. The left-handed ace walked five and threw two wild pitches during a 4.1 inning outing that included eight hits and six earned runs...

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  22. A Slideshow Look at the First Ever Game at the New Yankee Stadium

    It didn't feel like Yankee Stadium. Emerging from the steps that connect the D train to River Ave., I wanted to go left, but the crowds ushered me right - across the street to the new ballpark...

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  23. MLB Division Debate: Sabathia Is Most Important Acquisition

    Nino Colla recently asked the following question to both me and Boston Red Sox Community Leader Eric Annett: "Both the Red Sox and Yankees are big spenders, probably one more than the other, ...

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  24. Making My NCAA Picks: A March Tradition

    I keep the light off because the mid-March sun is bright enough to allow me to see the paper on my desk in front of me. The afternoon is fresh as I return from a morning of substitute teaching technology classes at my old junior high school...

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  25. Projecting the Field of 65: Selection Sunday

    It's the greatest day of the year: Selection Sunday. So, who's in and who's out? It's not an easy question to answer, especially this season when it seems like there are more bubble ...

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