1. Joba Chamberlain Looks To Recapture His Fire Tonight Against Cincinnati

    Joba Chamberlain has been hailed as the future Ace of the Yankee pitching staff. At the very least, he is considered the heir apparent to Mariano Rivera’s closer role...

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  2. MLB '09: The Show Wins Big in Ad Campaign

    I do not even own a Playstation 3, nor have i played any other video game system in quite some time.In fact, the most recent baseball game collecting dust on my closet floor is MVP Baseball 2004...

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  3. Alex Rodriguez Hip Surgery Is A Success on Two Levels

    Dr. Marc Philippon, the surgeon who performed Alex Rodriguez’s hip surgery this morning, had only positive things to report...

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  4. Chipper Jones: The Yankee That Never Was

    In many cases, it is difficult to truly appreciate greatness until long after a player has left the game he loves. As a result, many stars end up epitomizing the “You don’t know what you got till it’s gone” philosophy...

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  5. Joe DiMaggio: Remembering a Legend

    Ten years ago today, one of the most gifted baseball players to ever walk the earth died at the age of 84. Joe DiMaggio was able to play his entire 13-year career in Yankee pinstripes, a luxury ...

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  6. Beasts from the Far East: Wang and Matsui Help Revive Yankee Confidence

    After a tumultuous 2009 season that saw the Yankees finish six games out of the Wild Card race, the Bronx called for change. It is well documented that Brian Cashman gave $423...

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  7. Alex Rodriguez Prognosis from Former New York Jets' Doctor: All Hope Is Not Lost

    Many doctors have been interviewed in recent days in order to analyze Alex Rodriguez’s situation as thoroughly as possible...

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  8. Alex Rodriguez Could Miss Four Months: Who Will Replace the Irreplaceable?

    Soreness for A-Rod turned into a prescribed MRI procedure. An MRI reading revealed the development of a cyst requiring surgery and a ten week recovery process...

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  9. Alex Rodriguez Sidelined Until May With Hip Cyst Surgery

    It all started with hip tightness and discomfort. It appears to have ended with surgery that will cause the Yankees best hitter to miss the first 10 weeks of the season...

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  10. World Baseball Classic Doesn't Test Blood for HGH? Here We Go Again

    Major League Baseball turned a blind eye for two decades in regards to the rampant use of steroids and other performance enhancers in the sport. Bud Selig has pretended time and time again that he has never been involved in covering up the issue...

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  11. Alex Rodriguez Takes Shot at Derek Jeter and Johnny Damon? Get Over Yourselves

    Most superstars experience a turbulent roller-coaster ride through their Yankee years. Mickey Mantle was far from the exception, and Roger Maris had his darkest days while breaking the home-run record in pinstripes...

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  12. Derek Jeter to Play AGAINST Yankees: Twilight Zone Episode No. 265

    You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension: a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. You're moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas...

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  13. Houston, We DON'T Have a Problem: Wang Solid in Debut against Astros

    Chien-Ming Wang hit the ground running in his return from a serious foot injury last season. Luckily for the Yankees, this is simply a figure of speech and required no baserunning...

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  14. A-Rod's Sunday Meeting with MLB Officials Occurs After All

    According to an article released by the Associated Press, it appears that Alex Rodriguez's efforts to postpone a meeting with MLB about his steroid use have failed. http://sports...

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  15. Bronx Bombers Earn Nickname Before Splitting Up for the WBC

    In the final game that the Yankees powerful lineup will play in as teammates for quite some time, the score became more reminiscent of Giants-Bengals than Yankees-Reds...

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  16. Bad Day for Posada and Chamberlain: Yankees Battery Needs a "Shot in the Arm"

    Jorge Posada was far along his road to recovery from an injury that left him without the ability to reach second base with his throws...

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  17. Yankees CF Battle: Grass Is Always Greener with a Gardner

    Most Yankee fans have been raised on the expectation that greatness will patrol the vast center field in Yankee Stadium...

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  18. Jorge Posada's Debut Provides Yankees a 'Ray' of Light for 2009

    Although the weather near the newly constructed Yankee Stadium is more suited for a December football game than America’s pastime, it certainly feels like spring again...

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  19. The Yankees and Lent: 40 Days of Spring Training Sacrifice

    In a somewhat strange coincidence, Major League Baseball’s spring training has perfectly aligned with the Christian dedication to self-restraint...

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  20. The Two-Year Anniversary of A-Rod's Biggest Mistake

    As it appears new incriminating information is released on a daily basis to help dig Alex Rodriguez’s grave, today we are reminded of an important anniversary date.Feb...

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  21. New Rotation Ready To Put the 'K' Back in Yankees

    Fans remember the buzz generated last season every time Joba Chamberlain reached back for 100 mph on the stadium radar gun...

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  22. In Case You Missed It: A-Rod's Press Conference

    There have been mixed reviews regarding A-Rod's performance during this pressure-packed and vitally important press conference.What cannot be disputed was how powerful and meaningful having the full support of his teammates was to him...

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  23. Alex Rodriguez Hits Ground Rule Double in Press Conference

    Alex Rodriguez did not quite produce the strength necessary to hit a home run during this afternoon’s highly publicized press conference, however, he came a lot closer than many analysts and journalists had speculated...

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  24. Roger Clemens Could be the Tip of the Pitching and Steroids Iceberg

    The steroids burden was once misconceived as being carried solely on the ever-expanding shoulders of Major League hitters...

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  25. Patience with Andy Pettitte, Bobby Abreu Lands Yankees Mark Teixeira

    The New York Yankees have long been considered an organization characterized by a drunken sailor, and rightfully so. They tend to throw their riches at every attractive option available, and answer to critics at a later date...

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