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Sep 14
2008
11:19 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. Derek Jeter tied Lou Gehrig for most hits in Yankee Stadium history with another monster effort at the dish. He tied the Iron Horse on an opposite-field bomb off David Price, the best prospect in baseball, after fouling off several...
Sep 13
2008
11:44 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. In the matinee Mussina didn't have it. He went five giving up 5 earned and the Yanks rolled over and died. Jeter picked up three hits and Abreu broke up the shutout with a bomb in the 9th. It was...
Sep 4
2008
11:14 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. Just when you think the Yanks might be getting their acts together, Darrell Rasner happens. Rasner couldn't get out of the second inning and if you're looking for a blessing in disguise, it turned out that Girardi is a genius...
Latest comment: from Alex K.
He's rejoining the team today....
Sep 4
2008
12:58 AM

by Brian
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Click for full story. In case you missed it, the Yanks are playing some halfway decent baseball right now. One team who surely has not missed it is the Boston Red Sox. While the Yanks hammer the Cinderella Rays at the Trop, the Sox...
Sep 2
2008
10:45 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. This was a very strange game for Mike Mussina, the 8 Ks would lead you to believe he was sharp, the 10 hits would lead you to believe he was not. Regardless, he pitched 6 solid innings, allowing only 2...
Jul 10
2008
1:41 AM

by Brian
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Click for full story. It's been a hectic week for me and unfortunately I didn't get to catch today's game. Check out Green Pinstripes for Mike's recap.I'm moving over the next couple of days, but I should be able to catch the games. This...
Jul 9
2008
1:40 AM

by Brian
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Click for full story. Eight shutout innings for Mr. Pettitte tonight powered the Yanks to a 5-0 win over the Rays at the Stadium tonight.Sid the kid will take the hill tomorrow afternoon in the finale of the two-game set. Is this the beginning...
May 15
2008
11:48 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. If you're looking for negativity tonight, you won't find it here. I'm tired of it, so this post will focus only on the positives we can take away from this game, as Yankee fans.Here goes: The Bullpen stood tall, yet...
Latest comment: from The GM
The Rays are playing out of their minds!...
May 14
2008
10:51 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. Watching Mike Mussina pitch tonight was a real pleasure. I don't think I've written that sentence before on this blog, and I'm quite sure it's been years since I even thought it, but it's true. Moose is pitching smart, he's...
May 13
2008
10:46 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. All of the Yankee excitement came in the form of one Hideki Matsui at bat in the top of the ninth. Matsui took a Troy Percival fastball into the seats right down the line and the second or two it...
May 12
2008
10:36 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. This Yankee season has been marred by injuries, inconsistent play, questionable managerial decisions, horrendous starting pitching and honestly, it hasn't exactly been a pleasure to watch.Every time you start to feel good about the Yanks, and where they are, they...
Apr 15
2008
10:53 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. More than a win, the Yanks needed length out of their starting pitcher tonight. It turns out, they got both. Pettitte went 7 decent innings and Farnsworthless got the ball to Mo with the lead en route to a 5-3...
Apr 15
2008
2:05 AM

by Brian
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Click for full story. Ian Kennedy finally broke the string of bad-to-very-bad starts by the big two in the rotation with six innings of quality work tonight. Unfortunately, the pen blew the lead when Kennedy had to leave in the bottom of the seventh...
Apr 7
2008
10:07 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. In his first start, Mike Mussina performed better than expected. Of course, I set the bar extraordinarily low going in, so that's not saying much. Tonight, Moose pitched well according to anyone's standards. He led the Yanks to a 6-1...
Apr 6
2008
8:39 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. Today's win over the Rays was a great example of how much Chien-Ming Wang has grown over the last season as a pitcher. Last year, due to an injury to his finger nail, Wang had to rely on his slider...
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