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Aug 8
2008
1:13 AM

by Brian
9
Click for full story. Mike Mussina continued his fairy tale season tonight by shutting out the best offense in the majors through seven strong innings. Bruney, Marte and Mo took it from there and Jeter provided all the offense the Bombers would need with...
Aug 7
2008
11:27 AM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. Peter Abraham has a brief post up on Phil Hughes' progress in the minors. He's scheduled to make a start for Scranton/WB tonight and throw 60 pitches. In his next outing on the 12th he'll be up to 80 and...
Aug 6
2008
10:48 PM

by Brian
3
Click for full story. It's a sad state of affairs when the New York Yankees need Sidney Ponson to bail them out, but that's where we stand these days. Tonight, the Aruban gave the Yanks 6.1 innings of work, only allowed 3 runs and...
Aug 6
2008
1:28 AM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. Whereas last night's inexcusable loss didn't cost the Yanks anything in the standings, tonight's put another game between the Yanks and the division and Wild Card leaders. Pettitte was miserable, the Yankee bats couldn't solve a kid with a 7.00+...
Aug 4
2008
11:54 PM

by Brian
4
Click for full story. All I have for you guys tonight is a letter for Joe. Oh, and for the record, it wouldn't have made one iota of difference if Farnsworth was here. Joe had a righty up in the pen (Robertson) and other...
Jul 3
2008
3:04 AM

by Brian
4
Click for full story. It's feast or famine with this team. Let's just hope that tonight's offensive explosion was a sign of things to come, rather than a blip on the radar. Sidney Ponson reverted back to his usual garbage self, but to be...
Jul 1
2008
11:59 PM

by Brian
2
Click for full story. Joba didn't have it. I suffered through another dominating pitching performance turned in by the worst staff in the league only to watch the Yanks claw back into the game late and have Mo blow it. Unbelievable.Melky should've bunted in...
Jun 30
2008
10:16 PM

by Brian
1
Click for full story. On a night when the Yanks held the highest-scoring offense in the league to 2 runs on 7 hits, you'd think they'd walk with a win, right? Wrong. You see, the pitching staff with the highest ERA held the Yankee...



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