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Six-run ninth propels Yankees to 9-4 win over Astros


For most of the game, the Yankees struggled with runners in scoring position, but a six-run ninth inning gave the Yankees a 9-4 victory over the Houston Astros at Osceola County Stadium in Kissimmee, Florida. The Yankees scored their first run in the sixth inning when Ramon Flores hit his first home run of the Spring. ...

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Top 9 pitchers Yankees can sign in 2016


  This offseason, there have been a few pitchers on the free agent market that have been enticing, and while it might be tempting to throw cash at Max Scherzer and James Shields, the Yankees are more interested in taking an economical approach. But¬†why are the Yankees spending economically this offseason¬†and waiting for next offseason to ...

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Doug Fister Was The One That Got Away for Yankees

Like they always are, the Yankees were looking to add pitching at this trade deadline. Their main focus was on Ubaldo Jimenez, but ultimately they didn't land anybody. They either didn't like what was on the market or the good pitchers that were available cost too much. There were only five veteran starters dealt at the ...

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A Quick Look at the Detroit Tigers

After all is said and done with the regular season, the Yankees have drawn the Detroit Tigers as their first round opponent in the ALDS, a team that everyone feared in the first round thanks to their ace Justin Verlander. There is more to the Tigers than just one pitcher though so I thought I'd ...

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