1. For Fans, Yankees Put the “Rage” in Courageous

    Coming into Friday’s opening game of the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry, New York was already struggling to find a clutch hit with runners on. They were hitting just ...

    Stephen  Meyer Written by Stephen Meyer about almost 6 years ago 195 reads 38 comments

  2. Green Monster Knockout? Yankees Head to Fenway without a Right Uppercut

    The game of baseball’s biggest and most passionate rivalry is once again unleashed on America tonight in Fenway Park...

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  3. Yankee Stadium Magic: How the Unfamiliar Can Begin To Feel Like Home

    Still wearing a Yankees away jersey to symbolize the foreign feeling of entering the new ballpark, I ambled through Gate Six and into “The Great Hall.” (Interestingly enough, fans are now their own ticket scanners...

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  4. Xavier Nady Diagnosed with Strain, Not Tear in Elbow Ligament

    After countless medical opinions and reviews of tests performed on Xavier Nady's injured elbow, it appears he has not torn a ligament after all...

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  5. The Alex Rodriguez Saga: How the Grinch Stole April

    Alex Rodriguez has never quite fit into the limelight and the media circus of New York City. A-Rod has been everyone’s favorite villain, as well as an easily accessible punching bag for anyone with a pen or keyboard...

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  6. Donnie Baseball Blows Out the Candles: Mattingly Turns 48 Today

    April 20th represents many things to different groups of people. To Yankees fans, it should mean the day that one of the most beloved Yankees in history was brought into this world...

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  7. The House that the Rockies Built: Yankee Stadium Mimics Coors Field

    As the national anthem rang throughout the new Yankee Stadium during the home opener on April 16, an entire city became energized for baseball...

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  8. Lucky Number 13: Yankees Avoid Scalping at the Hands of Indians

    A string of bad luck and unfortunate breaks for the Yankees finally subsided on Sunday afternoon. Ironically, it occurred during the team’s 13th game of the season. While Yankees pitcher A...

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  9. Chien-Ming “Wrong”: An Aberration Has Officially Become a Trend

    Yankees' starter Chien-Ming Wang came into Saturday afternoon’s game against the Cleveland Indians with a 0-2 record and 28.93 ERA. In allowing 15 hits and six walks in just 4...

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  10. WARNING: Joba Chamberlain to the Bullpen Uproar About to Begin

    Cue the doomsday music, and prepare for a passionate backlash from the mainstream media and an increasingly pessimistic fan base...

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  11. Yankee Stadium Premiere Becomes a Nightmare, Bullpen Duo Self-Destructs

    Yankee Stadium's long-awaited debut was supposed to be filled with action, drama, and awe. Thanks to two members of the Yankees' struggling bullpen, it quickly turned into a tear-jerker before ending with nothing but nervous laughter...

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  12. Jeter, Cano, Rivera Spark Yankees Win: Why Jackie Robinson Is Smiling in Heaven

    April 15 represents a moment in American history that is equally as significant as any ingredient of the Civil Rights Movement...

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  13. Xavier Nady: Torn Elbow Cripples Yankees' Depth

    Those who had hoped for Nick Swisher to become an everyday player have just gotten their wish. Unfortunately, this comes at the expense of the Yankees current right fielder's entire season in pinstripes...

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  14. A.J. Burnett Nearly Stung by Rays: No-Hitter Quickly Becomes Nail Biter

    There was a quiet intensity surrounding A.J. Burnett before taking the mound on Tuesday night, and it was clear that it could develop into a special evening. No one truly anticipated just how special it almost became in Tampa Bay...

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  15. The Nick Swisher Chronicles: When a First Baseman Is Your Best Reliever

    The Yankees struggled through one of the worst beatdowns in recent memory at the hands of the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday night. Starting pitcher Chien-Ming Wang looked as discombobulated and frustrated as a frequent viewer of ABC's hit show Lost...

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  16. The Yankees Are High on Coke: May Need a Trip to Rehab

    Yankees relief pitcher Phil Coke was left pinching himself on Sunday night, hoping to awake from an early season nightmare. After allowing three hits and two runs in just one-third of an inning pitched, Coke’s current ERA has ballooned to 13...

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  17. Tino Martinez Reincarnate: Mark Teixeira Has Bright Future in Pinstripes

    Mainstream media and Yankees dissenters have made much ado about nothing with regards to Mark Teixeira’s slow start in Baltimore...

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  18. Derek Jeter's Giant Heart: How He Helped a Young Boy Rise from the Ashes

    On Jun. 3, 2003, Derek Jeter was crowned the 11th captain in the Yankees' long and illustrious history. Long before the day that may rank at the top of his life’s proudest moments, ...

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  19. Dynasty Throwback: Yankees Bench To Give Opponents Splinters All Season Long

    Recent Yankees lineups have been packed with big names as tightly as a sardine can. Whether intimidating or intimidated, it appeared that the name on the front of their baseball card was the driving force of the Bronx’s game plan...

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  20. “Blast" from the Past: Kyle Farnsworth Still Up to His Old Tricks

    Bucky "f#@king" Dent was given a new middle name by Red Sox supporters after his 1978 home run in Fenway Park. It stuck with him for decades to come...

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  21. Yankees Victim of “Fowl” Play: Orioles Fly High on Opening Day

    The 2009 season began with hopes and dreams of a deep October playoff run. The Yankees hoped to turn back the clocks and recreate dominance reminiscent of the late 1990s...

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  22. MLB Opening Day Means One Thing: Predictions, Predictions, Predictions

    As another season of baseball kicks off in 2009, there will be countless moments to be remembered forever. However, even before the first wins and losses are logged in newspaper standings, it is time to predict and prognosticate...

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  23. Yankees Opening Day: When Baseball Returns, Even the Recession Doesn't Matter

    The calendar thankfully flips over to April each year, ensuring baseball’s most passionate fans another season enamored with America’s Pastime...

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  24. Yankees Wait in Calm Before Storm: Opening Day's Tomorrow

    The New York Yankees broke camp on Saturday following two exhibition games in the new stadium with the Chicago Cubs.They finished spring training with a league-best 24-10 record, and displayed the ability to excel in all areas of the game...

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  25. New York Yankees Look Alike Contest, Entry No. 2: Cody Ransom

    A few weeks ago, I brought the uncanny resemblance of Yankees RF Xavier Nady and Back to the Futureactor Crispin Glover...

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