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Yankees Notes: Teixeira, Marte, and More

Winning the first two games of this series against the Rays has been big. Phil Hughes pitching like a playoff pitcher last night might have been bigger. A.J. Burnett goes tonight and his spot as the no. 3 starter in the rotation could be on the line. Here are some notes: After throwing 6.1 innings ...

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Yankees Notes: Vazquez, Swisher, Gardner, and Matchups

The Yankees have been bad lately, but they're still in first place because the Tampa Bay Rays have also been struggling. That lead is down to just half a game though and it will be put to the test over the next three days as the two AL East juggernauts go head-to-head. It starts tonight ...

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Mapping the Pitching Staff for Remaining Games and 1st Round

The Yankees have 19 games left to play this season and the AL East may still be up for grabs, but with an eight game lead in the Wild-Card chances are pretty good that they'll make the playoffs. Yesterday, I decided to take a look at the playoff roster. Today, I am going to look ...

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Discussion: Yankees Playoff Roster

The question of whether or not the Yankees will win the American League Eastern Division looms rather large, but at this point with the Red Sox sitting nine games behind the Yankees in the Wild-Card standings things look pretty good for their playoff chances. Over the past two days Chad Gaudin has been playing a ...

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Yankees Notes: Posada, Pettitte, Hughes, Vazquez, and MiLB News

Last night's Yankees game hurt, but at the end of the day it is just one loss and only one Ranger was able to beat them. Unfortunately that was twice, but the Yankees offense won't always be shutdown like that and the bullpen pitched extremely well. Here are some notes: Jorge Posada was cleared to play, ...

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Another Walk-Off

Another Yankee game ended in a walk-off, but unfortunately it wasn't the Yankees doing the walking as they blew a 4-1 lead to lose to the Rangers 6-5 in 13 innings last night in Texas. Here are some highlights: The Yankees really made Texas starter C.J. Wilson work has he needed 76 pitches to get through ...

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Cashman: Playoff Rotation Based on Merit, Not Money

Via ESPN: General manager Brian Cashman said every Yankees pitcher not named CC Sabathia or Mariano Rivera is "auditioning for a role" in the postseason. The size of a player's paycheck, he said, will have no bearing on how or if he is used in October. That means rookie right-hander Ivan Nova, with all of ...

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Forget Derek Jeter, The 2010 Yankees Have A Bigger Issue

Before I go any further in this post, let me inform you that this is not a reactionary post to yesterday's loss.  This is presenting something that is most likely well known by Yankee fans.  Something that has been a big problem of late. We have been hearing lately about Derek Jeter and how he ...

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