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New York Yankees’ American League Division »

It only took six days for Joe Girardi to finally realize the Yankees needed to start winning games or they wouldn't be going to the playoffs. On Sept. 20, I wrote how there was a very real chance of Boston pulling within 4 1/2 games of New York with a sweep at Yankee Stadium and that Girardi needed to stop counting his chickens before they hatched [...]

New York Yankees Win a Wild One, Magic Number Down To »

The Yankees needed to win last night's game so they went with Phil Hughes, but Hughes was long out of the game by the time this one ended on a Juan Miranda walk-off walk in the bottom of the 10th inning as the Yankees beat the Red Sox 4-3 to lower their magic number to one. Here are the highlights: Hughes came up big when the Yankees ndeeded [...]

New York’s Walk-Off Win Keeps Yankee Universe »

Count yourself extremely fortunate, denizens of Yankee Universe.Had your team not found a way to dig itself out of Mariano Rivera's mess on Sunday night, you'd be suffering through a brutally painful Monday morning.If Robbie Cano was unable to pad his MVP resume with a game-tying RBI single off Jonathan Papel-blown in the ninth; if Juan Miranda [...]

Boston-New York: Yankees Dim Red Sox’s Playoff »

Bill Hall did all he could, helping put Boston in the lead against Mariano Rivera (foreground), but his Red Sox ultimately fell, their playoff chances taking a huge blow. Photo: daylife)   In the bottom of the 10th inning, veteran left-hander Hideki Okajima needed a double play but he didn’t get it. With the sacks packed full of New [...]

Phil Hughes Pitching for New York Yankees Tonight »

Via Bryan Hoch: "The Yankees have made a change for tonight against the Red Sox, scrapping their plan to pitch Dustin Moseley and putting Phil Hughes back into the rotation for the final home game of the regular season. "At first glance, you have to wonder if this is a knee-jerk reaction to the Yankees losing the first two games this weekend to [...]

World Series Odds: Scouting the Teams in the American »

Major League Baseball’s regular season is winding down and the playoff teams are getting ready for the postseason.BetPhoenix has the latest odds for the MLB playoffs and the World Series. During the playoffs, any team can surprise and make it to the World Series, but it takes solid pitching, great hitting, and a little bit of luck to [...]

Fantasy Baseball Waiver Worthy: Could Brad Davis Be A »

Are you in a two-catcher league, and looking for an under the radar option to potentially carry you over the final week of the season?  Surprisingly, there are probably many of you out there, with players like Geovany Soto and Yadier Molina being lost for the year. We all know that filling out your catcher spots are difficult the deeper your [...]

New York Yankees: Stop Losing, Start Playing »

In 2009, the New York Yankees treated each game with the same sense of urgency. Winning wasn't just the team’s job, it was what each player wanted and there were no excuses. The pattern was if one Yankee player’ slumped, another teammate or multiple would pick up the slack. It was no BS baseball, but that intensity is not lost even [...]

New York Yankees Down But Not Out After Latest Loss »

Ivan Nova had a tough time at it in the Bronx tonight as the Red Sox lit him up for four runs which was more than enough for Jon Lester who shut the Yankees out over seven innings in an eventual 7-3 Yankee loss. Here are some highlights: Nova pitched well as long as runners were not on base, but struggled mightily with men on allowing three runs [...]

Looking Back On The Curtis Granderson Trade: Boom Or »

In this past off-season, the New York Yankees needed a bat.  Having no Hideki Matsui or Johnny Damon, they need someone to fill an outfield void.  So, they did what they always do: they got who they wanted. Curtis Granderson came to the Yankees as part of a three-team, six player deal; sending Granderson to New York, Ian Kennedy and [...]

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