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Sep 8
2008
1:45 AM

by Brian
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Click for full story. After being spotted a 2-0 lead against one of the worst offensive teams in the league, not only did Mike Mussina blow today's game, but he might've blown his shot for a 20-win season. He's got four shots left to...
Sep 7
2008
1:04 AM

by Brian
2
Click for full story. Sid threw 6 innings, allowed 3 runs on 5 hits and 1 walk and picked up the win against the hapless Mariners.When Ponson gave up the three-run bomb to Ibanez in the 6th I was about 80% sure the Yanks...
Sep 6
2008
12:33 AM

by Brian
2
Click for full story. No criticisms tonight. Brandon Morrow was beyond excellent and the Yanks were lucky they weren't no hit in the opener of the series. If I was 7.2 innings into a no-hitter and I gave up the only hit of the...
May 25
2008
8:19 PM

by Brian
1
Click for full story. This was the one piece of the puzzle the Yanks hadn't figured out. The tough, uphill climb, scratch it out any way you can, comeback win. The Yankees trailed this game 1-0, then 3-1, then 5-2. They got something started...
May 25
2008
10:25 AM

by Brian
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Click for full story. Wow. 12 more runs Saturday, on a day when the starter wasn't particularly sharp, and a certain reliever's appearance caused a bit of a distraction, the Yankee offense came through. Great to see.When the Mariners signed Carlos Silva for $44M...
May 24
2008
6:23 AM

by Brian
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Click for full story. Three in a row. Maybe getting that Rodriguez guy back was the turning point.13 runs tonight on 13 hits and only 1 home run. That's the kind of production you love to see. Clutch hits galore. Consider this, in the...
May 4
2008
6:44 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. Not Phil Hughes, not Ian Kennedy, but Darrell Rasner is the first baby Bomber to pick up a win as a starter. Obviously, not the plan heading into the season for the Yanks, but they'll take it. Speaking of Hughes...
May 3
2008
5:38 PM

by Brian
2
Click for full story. If I hadn't seen it with my own eyes, I may not have believed it, but the oft-maligned (and rightfully so) Mike Mussina turned in another stellar start today at the Stadium and out-pitched King Felix. The Yanks got all...
May 2
2008
10:19 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. In a departure from the tedious script they've been following recently, the Yanks scored early tonight and not only made the runs stand up, but tacked on a couple more for the win. The Wanger continues to evolve from a...
Sep 5
2007
10:04 PM

by Brian
3
Click for full story. Phil Huhges didn't use his change enough, he didn't use his slider enough, but he did have command of his fastball and curve, and that was enough to handle the struggling Mariners through six. Joba came in for a pedestrian...
Sep 3
2007
9:18 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. Labor Day Truths:The Yankees can't beat anyone but the Red Sox. The Red Sox can beat everyone but the Yankees.Watching your team drop three of four to a bunch of cellar dwellers and the team chasing them for the final...



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