Tag Archives: Sergio Mitre

Yankees Drop 2nd Game to Split Double Header against Sox

The Yankees were not as lucky in their second attempt at beating the Red Sox in extra innings yesterday as they lost 7-6 when Bill Hall, the same guy who lost the first game in the 10th inning for the Sox, led off the inning with a double and came around to score on ...

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Nova, Vazquez, Gaudin, Mitre, and Moseley Fight for 2 Spots

Via Jack Curry: Yanks expect 11 pitchers for DS. CC, AJ, Andy, Phil, Mo, Wood, Joba, Logan, Rbrtsn r locks. Nova, Vazquez, Gaudin, Mitre fight 4 2 spots. He forgot to mention Dustin Mosley, but I assume if he blew the Yankees away over the next two weeks he could easily beat out some of ...

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Wish We Weren’t There: Current Yankees Stretch

If you are unfamiliar with Bronx Baseball Daily, we have a series called "Wish We Were There."  It chronicles great historical moments in Yankees history.  I strongly recommend that you give them a read. But, for this piece, I will be chronicling a moment in Yankee history, or at least a moment right now that we ...

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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: Worst Rotation, Best Bullpen Last 30 Days

Early in the season the Yankees were carried by their strong rotation and were constantly hurt by their poor bullpen. Lately it has been the exact opposite though. At one point CC Sabathia, Andy Pettitte, and Phil Hughes were among the league leaders in wins. Even A.J. Burnett and Javier Vazquez ...

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Back In The New York Groove: Yankees Finally Win First Series In August

The Yankees concluded a four game series against the Detroit Tigers on Thursday, winning 11-5, and thus winning their first series in the month of August. Phil Hughes looked shaky early on, surrendering a two run home run to Miguel Cabrera in the first inning, but that would be all the damage he would allow, ...

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Yankees Notes: Recap, Atkins, Mitre, All-Star Starter, LeBron James

Nick Swisher rewarded All-Star voters with a 4-for-4 night, Andy Pettitte pitched a brilliant eight innings, and Alex Rodriguez won the game with a two-out, two-RBI hit and the Yankees beat the Mariners 3-1 for their 6th consecutive victory. Here are some notes: Mike Silva got a tip that the Yankees may sign 3B Garrett Atkins to ...

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Yankees Injury Updates: Johnson, Aceves, Thames, Mitre

A lot of teams have been dealing with injuries and fortunately the Yankees injuries have been relatively mild. Here is a rundown of a couple of players and how they've been doing: Nick Johnson - Out with a wrist injury, he has been hitting off a tee this week with hitting coach Kevin Long. No ETA ...

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