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Robertson Blows Save, Yanks Fall 4-1

The Yankees (16-14) couldn’t hold on to a one run lead in the ninth inning and ended up losing to the Rays (20-11) 4-1 on Wednesday night. The Rays who were held scoreless until the ninth inning rallied off of Yankees closer David Robertson who blew his first save in his second opportunity since assuming the role

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Hughes Solid in Yanks 10-4 Win Over Royals

The Yankees (15-13) were finally able to put together a solid offensive performance on Sunday afternoon and Phil Hughes pitched great in the 10-3 victory over the Royals (9-18). After looking sloppy and dropping two of the first three games in Kansas City in a series that saw them lose Mariano Rivera for the season and saw their bats disappear the Yankees ended up salvaging the short road trip splitting it two games apiece

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Mark Lyons, Schenectady Native Transfers to Arizona

 

Former Xavier standout point guard and Schenectady, NY native Mark Lyons has decided he will play for the Arizona Wildcats next season. Last month Lyons announced he would transfer from the Xavier program that went to the Sweet 16 last season before losing to a #3 seeded Baylor team

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Yankees Drop Another in Kansas City

The Yankees couldn’t get anything going in their 5-1 loss to the Royals on Saturday night. Royals starter Felipe Paulino pitched very well in his season debut. He went six innings gave up no runs on four hits and struck out six

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C.C., Jeter lead Yankees over Royals

C.C. Sabathia was stellar in his outing in the Yankees (14-12) victory over the Kansas City Royals (8-17) on Friday night. Sabathia who like much of the Yankees starting staff has been inconsistent to start the season put together a solid eight inning performance

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Royals beat Yankees 4-3

13 hits and 3 measly runs to show for it. That was the story of the Yankees (13-12) game against the Kansas City Royals (8-16) on Thursday night. The Royals ended up winning 4-3. The Yankees failed to score with runners in scoring position in the 1st, 4th, 7th, 8th and 9th innings

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Yankees Fall To Orioles’s 7-1

The Orioles (14-10) found success for the first time in five tries against the Yankees (13-10) this season beating them 7-1 on Tuesday night. Orioles starter Brian Matusz was unusually impressive in his outing against the Yanks, Matusz went 6 1/3, only allowing one run on six hits and struck out four. Yankees starter Phil Hughes went 5 2/3 innings gave up four runs on four hits and struck out six.

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Kuroda, Yankees Top Orioles 2-1

It was an old fashion pitcher’s duel on Monday night but it was Hiroki Kuroda and the Yankees (13-9) who came out on top beating the Orioles (14-9) 2-1. Kuroda put his strongest outing together as a Yankee going seven strong innings only allowing one run on four hits

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Yankees handle Tigers, win 6-2

The Yankees (12-9) put together a solid performance Sunday beating the Tigers (11-11) 6-2 and taking the series two games to one. C.C. Sabathia was on top of his game against the Tiger lineup throwing eight innings, only giving up two runs on four hits and added eight strikeouts

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