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AJ Burnett, Nick Swisher, Joba Chamberlain, Brett »

With last night’s disappointing 8-6 loss against the Toronto Blue Jays, the Yankees have fallen into a tie for first place with the Tampa Bay Rays. Dustin Moseley is on the mound this evening for the Yankees, as they now have to worry about falling behind the red-hot Rays. Here are some notes: AJ Burnett allowed eight earned runs in 4.2 [...]

Losing Sight of Natural History: Alex Rodriguez Will »

Alex Rodriguez became the youngest player in Major League history to reach 400 home runs in 2005. He also became the youngest player in Major League history to hit 500 home runs in 2007. One of these days when he stops over-thinking everything (Yankees fans, have you heard this tune before?) he will become the youngest player to hit 600 home runs [...]

A-Rod’s Pursuit for 600 »

Since hitting home run number 599 on July 22, Alex Rodriguez is just 9-for-41 with eight RBIs. "People are asking me about home runs. I'm asking for a hit-by-pitch, infield hit, bunt single, error. I'll get on base anyhow. The home run will come," Rodriguez said on Saturday, according to MLB.com At first, Rodriguez looked comfortable at [...]

New York Yankees: Could There Be Trouble in Paradise? »

After losing the series 2-1 in Tampa to the Rays over the weekend, the New York Yankees are back in the Bronx. The Toronto Blue Jays are in town and the Yankees lost the first game at the stadium yesterday. This is two losses in a row, and the Champs no longer own the best record in baseball. They now they share it with the Rays. It all started [...]

State of the Yankees: Aug. 3, 2010 »

As of today, the New York Yankees are in first place in the ultra competitive American League East with a record of 66-39—not to mention they have the best record in baseball. At first glance, it looks pretty good, right? The Yankees have dropped three out of four games to division rivals: two against Tampa Bay and one against Toronto. [...]

New York Yankees: It’s Not Panic Time in the »

With last night's 8-6 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays and the Rays win over the Twins, the Yankees dropped into a tie with Tampa Bay for first place in the American League East. Today marks the first time since June 20 that the Yankees have not been in sole possession of first place in the East Division. Despite all this, it's not time to panic in [...]

Tampa Bay Rays Invade New York Yankees’ Personal »

  The struggling New York Yankees have let the AL East get a little to tight. They are now tied with the Tampa Bay Rays for the division lead. The Yankees have gone just 5-5 in their last ten games while the Rays have been hot. Tampa has won nine of their last ten including taking two of three from the Yankees. It's been a variety of [...]

Javier Vazquez: Yankees Unlikely Hero »

The 2010 Yankees are a team full of talented and special baseball players. They are locked, loaded and ready to take the AL East by storm. Lance Berkman, Kerry Wood, and Austin Kearns, all newcomers, have filled holes that the Yankees had, notably the bridge to Mariano with Wood. All three were great moves, and Brian Cashman deserves credit [...]

Alex Rodriguez, Stuck at 599, Goes for 600 at Yankee »

The New York Yankees and Alex Rodriguez wrapped up their road trip Sunday with a disappointing loss to the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field. Equally as disappointing (especially for Rays fans looking to cash in on catching A-Rod’s 600th home run ball) was that A-Rod was not in the starting lineup and struck out in his only [...]

Lance Berkman, Austin Kearns Trades Prove Yanks Pick »

Bench, bench, and more bench is what New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman added right before the non-waiver trade deadline. Will Cashman’s last minute moves help the team down the stretch? Let’s hope so, but for now, we might as well get to know the two new Yankees hitters. Other than adding Cleveland Indians pitcher [...]

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