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Archive for September, 2013

Yankees Rally in 8th Past White Sox, Girardi Wants Mo »

Eduardo Nunez' helmet comes flying off every time he runs the bases. Fortunately for the New York Yankees, he doesn't often lose his head. Nunez drove in the game-winning runs on a two-out, two-run double in the bottom of the eight inning to beat the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night. The young shortstop's second double of the night capped a [...]

Mariano Rivera Adds to Glowing Legacy with Ninth »

Mariano Rivera added to his growing legacy Tuesday night as he picked up his 40th save of the season, marking the ninth time he's done it in his career. What makes it even better is the fact that the New York Yankees had to score five runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to get the ball to Rivera in the ninth. And once they did, this [...]

Yankees Outfielder Vernon Wells Steals Home for First »

For the first time in his career, New York Yankees outfielder Vernon Wells stole home. The steal happened in the bottom of the second inning with two outs against the White Sox. Eduardo Nunez attempted to steal second, but stopped in the middle of the basepath on catcher Josh Phegley's throw. Second baseman Gordon Beckham caught the ball and [...]

Report: Brian Cashman Might Be ‘a Little »

Brian Cashman has been the general manager of the New York Yankees for nearly 16 seasons, but several people around the game suggest that he could be getting "a little tired" of the organization, reports Nick Cafardo of the The Boston Globe. Cafardo believes that, should an attractive GM position open up elsewhere, Cashman could be persuaded [...]

Everything Yankees Fans Need to Know About Japanese »

According to Mark Hale of the New York Post, the Yankees have sent representatives to Japan to scout Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka. The 24-year-old right-hander, already in his seventh professional season, was profiled recently by Jonah Keri of Grantland and is expected to make the move to America for the 2014 season. At the end of the 2013 [...]

Yankees Rout White Sox Behind 8-Run Inning, David »

The New York Yankees washed the fledgling Chicago White Sox out of a rain-soaked Bronx on Labor Day, 9-1. After a one-hour, 53-minute delay at Yankee Stadium on Monday, the Bombers' flood gates opened in an eight-run, seven-hit fourth inning. The rout came behind the pitching strength of David Huff, who relieved Phil Hughes in the second inning [...]

Stock Up, Stock Down for New York Yankees’ Top »

The time for rosters to expand is here, and the weekly stock report on the New York Yankees' top 10 prospects has undergone a slight change as a result. Catcher J.R. Murphy, No. 10 on last week's rankings, has received the call to the big leagues and will be left off the Week 22 rankings. In his place, a newcomer has joined the ranks. September is [...]

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