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White Sox shock Yankees

Thursday’s Yankees-White Sox four-game series opener remained scoreless until Chicago leadoff hitter Alejandro De Aza clobbered a two-out, fifth-inning solo home run off Ivan Nova deep into the second tier in right. Read More »

Yanks sweep Tribe, but lose CC and Andy


Sweeping the Cleveland Indians out of Yankee Stadium on Wednesday came at a steep price for the New York Yankees, who lost CC Sabathia and Andy Pettitte to a mildly strained left groin and fractured left ankle, respectively. Read More »

Yanks top Indians 6-4

Alex Rodriguez blasted a seventh-inning solo home run into the left field second deck on Tuesday. (Photo by Daniel Budasoff)

Cleveland Indians starter Justin Masterson (L, 4-7) took a beating at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night, giving up four runs on seven hits over six innings before a crowd of 43,006 in a 6-4 loss to the Yankees. Read More »

Yankees homer themselves past Tribe

Robinson Cano said it was a bad hop that made for an error attributed to him and allowed the Mets what they do best: drive in runs with two runs to tie the game. However, in the end it was what the Yankees do best: Cano's home run turned out to be then winning run as another Yankee trait, their bullpen, did not a allow a run the final three innings. Photo Bill Menzel

Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano has only gotten better at going yard since winning the 2011 Home Run Derby, hitting his 30th homer since said exhibition in a 7-1 win triumph over the Cleveland Indians at Yankee Stadium on Monday. Read More »

Yanks’ Hughes gets blasted by Braves


The Yankees dropped their first series in June on Wednesday after starter Phil Hughes got pounded by the Braves in a 10-5 loss for six runs on six hits—including four home runs—over 4-1/3 innings. Read More »

Martin talks Yanks’ 10-game winning streak

CC Sabathia (W, 9-3) has won a pair of games for the Yankees during their winning streak, which grew to 10 Monday night after they beat the Atlanta Braves 6-2. Sabathia’s complete-game–during which he gave up two runs–and a three-run rally in the fifth inning started by Russell Martin’s run-scoring double propelled New York to its fourth victory over the ... Read More »

Hughes’ start, Tex’s go-ahead HR lift Yanks over Mets


NEW YORK—The Yankees are in position to complete a three-game sweep of the Mets on Sunday after winning Saturday night’s Subway Series showdown 4-2 behind starter Phil Hughes (W, 6-5) and Mark Teixeira’s go-ahead two-run home run. In the first, Alex Rodriguez’s RBI single up the middle put the Yankees ahead 1-0, but Omar Quintanilla’s solo homer to right off ... Read More »

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