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Yankees Tanaka Tanks Visiting Twins

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Yankee Stadium, the Bronx - There should be no question now about who the New York Yankees consider to be their number one starting pitcher. Masahiro Tanaka spent another day on the mound for the Pinstripes, and collected his usual impressive results. The Japanese free agent rookie went eight innings for nine strikeouts with four scattered hits, while hurling 106 ... Read More »

Friday Night Baseball: Twins Topple Yankees


Yankee Stadium, the Bronx- Baseball is a sport with a deep connection to the importance of numbers. On Friday night the Minnesota Twins found strength in the number two, as it appeared with vigor throughout the evening with exception to the final score, a 6-1 win over the host New York Yankees. In the top of the second inning, Twins’ ... Read More »

Close Call Gives Yankees The Edge In Win Over Boston

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Yankee Stadium, the Bronx (Featured Image: Bill Menzel) - Strong starting pitching, timely hitting, and instant replay were the ingredients for back-to-back wins for the New York Yankees over the Boston Red Sox in a 3-2 victory on Sunday night. Yankees’ starter Ivan Nova allowed two earned runs off eight scattered hits in seven and one-third innings pitched to collect his ... Read More »

Sizemore Seizes Win For Red Sox


Yankee Stadium, the Bronx- The one obvious similarity going into Friday night’s game between the New York Yankees and the visiting Boston Red Sox was that neither team had yet found its groove early on in this new season. With two left-handed pitchers in CC Sabathia and Jon Lester on the mound for their respective teams, it appeared that no ... Read More »

Pineda Puzzles Red Sox, Yankees Take Series Opener

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Yankee Stadium, the Bronx (Featured Image: Daniel Budasoff) -  The Boston Red Sox have it made it clear that the American League East no longer belongs solely to the New York Yankees. They put an exclamation mark on it when the Pinstripes failed to make the playoffs last season, while the Red Sox took the World Series. As far as ... Read More »

Orioles Swarm Yankees, Chase Nova Early In Win

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Yankee Stadium, the Bronx (Featured Image: Bill Menzel) - The Baltimore Orioles might as well have played stick ball in a 14-5 shellacking over the New York Yankees Tuesday afternoon, but even that handicap may not have rescued Yankees’ starting pitcher Ivan Nova. In giving the Orioles their first win in the Bronx in 2014, Nova never quite found his comfort ... Read More »

Solarte Stars In Yankees Home Opener Win

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Yankee Stadium, the Bronx- The New York Yankees had much to celebrate in a 4-2 win over the Baltimore Orioles in their home opener on a cold and drizzly Monday afternoon. There was the excitement and buildup over Derek Jeter’s final Yankee Stadium Opening Day game, and the commotion it stirred with the reunion of the core four [known as Andy ... Read More »

Rays Successfully Blank the Yanks


Yankee Stadium, the Bronx- The Tampa Bay Rays were getting giddy. Following a 7-0 blanking over the New York Yankees, the common verse repeated throughout the visitor’s clubhouse was that everyone was having fun. “Oh absolutely,” said Rays’ manager Joe Maddon on if he is enjoying Tampa’s bid for a playoff spot. “I don’t feel tense, I feel excited, …check ... Read More »

Mariano Rivera Day a Success Despite Loss to Giants

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*Featured Image Credit: Daniel Budasoff Yankee Stadium, the Bronx- There are ceremonies, and then there are ceremonies as those put on by the New York Yankees. For 49 minutes prior to the Yankees 2-1 loss to the San Francisco Giants, fans across the baseball rooting spectrum were treated once more to the greatness of Mariano Rivera’s career on what New ... Read More »

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