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MLB investigating Levine’s Mike Trout comment

Randy Levine

During Jacoby Ellsbury's press conference earlier today, Yankees president Randy Levine was speaking about the on-going Robinson Cano vs. Yankees saga. During the Q & A about Cano, reporters asked Levine about his refusal to give Cano a 10-year contract. Here was how Levine responded: "Now, if it was Mike Trout, I'd offer him a 10-year ...

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Los Angeles Angels sign Josh Hamilton to a 5-year, $125 million deal

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The Los Angeles Angels have signed the biggest bat of the offseason two years in a row now that they have landed Josh Hamilton on a five-year, $125 million deal, according to Jon Paul Morosi of Fox Sports. Hamilton, still 31, has had serious problems with drugs and alcohol in the past, but he has put ...

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Yankees face a pair of potential playoff opponents this week

This week the Yankees are squaring off with the rising Angels for a three game set in Anaheim, followed by an off day on Thursday, and then a visit to the Motor City for a weekend set against the Tigers. Against the Angels, The Bronx Bombers will throw out Andy Pettitte on Tuesday and Ivan Nova ...

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NY Yankees @ LA Angels of Anaheim Series Recap: Yanks Drop 1st Series of Season.

LAA: Morales

Game One Yankees 4 Angels 6 W: Rodney L: Chamberlain Sv: Fuentes The first game of the season was plagued by bad moves made by Joe Girardi, covered in an article by Rob: \"Girardi’s Moves Cost Yankees the Game\". In the end there were more inconsistencies shown by Joba Chamberlain and a game winning home run by Kendry Morales, ...

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Game 9: Welcome Phil! Have You Seen Tex?

April 15, 1947: Jackie Robinson becomes the first colored baseball player, breaking the color barrier. 63 years later, with his number retired around baseball, the legend lives on. On a night where every player and umpire in the MLB wore the number 42, the Yankees (who have 4 1/2 African-American players) defeated the Angels 6-2. The ...

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Game 8: …Melky..?

Alright so it's a little early to be jumping on Javy Vazquez, as Rob posted here earlier. Vazquez came out a bit stronger this outing opposed to last, when he allowed 8 hits and 8 earned in 5.2 innings. After two quick innings, Chone Figgin's replacement, Brandon Wood, led off with a single followed by a steal. ...

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Game 7: Opening Day, Rings, Godzilla Returns, and a 7-5 Win

What a day and what a game this afternoon as the Yankees opened the season at home in their usual classy fashion. The pre-game ceremonies for the first time since opening day 2001 included the Yankees receiving World Series rings. The first guy to receive his ring was Yankee trainer Gene Monhan who has taken a ...

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