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Orioles take Game 1 from the Yankees

The Baltimore Orioles behind their starter Zach Britton beat the New York Yankees 2-0 in game 1 of the day-night doubleheader in Baltimore. Both Zach Britton and Bartolo Colon pitched great for their respective clubs, but ultimately the Yankees could not find a way to score runs.

Find out why there was a small victory in the Yanks' loss.

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Stay Thirsty Wins Travers Stakes

As the northeast prepares for Hurricane Irene and all the rain water it'll bring, there was some irony at the 142nd Travers as Stay Thirsty wins the Mid-Summer Derby. Stay Thirsty was able to defeat Preakness winner Shackleford and Belmont winner Ruler on Ice.

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Ejection of the Week: Leyland

Who doesn't like watching a good baseball game ejection? Well this week Jim Leyland provides us with an energetic and entertaining ejection as he argues a close call at third base involving former Yankee Wilson Betemit. Betemit and Leyland believe he was safe, but umpire Alan Porter thinks otherwise.

Check it out.

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Yankees Slug Past Twins 8-4

The New York Yankees got some help from the long ball as they defeated the Minnesota Twins 8-4 on Thursday night. For the second straight night, the Yankees were caught up in more home run instant replay drama.

What happened in this review? Which injured Yankees will return this weekend?

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Yankees Lose On Controversial Home Run Call

The New York Yankees lost to the Kansas City Royals 5-4 on Wednesday night. The one run difference was a Billy Butler HR that had to be reviewed, and ultimately upheld by the umpiring crew at Kauffman Stadium.

So what exactly was so controversial about Butler's HR? What does this say about MLB replay?

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Yankees Take AL East Lead in 9-7 Win

The New York Yankees got a big win on Tuesday night as they defeated the Kansas City Royals 9-7. The win combined with the Boston Red Sox loss to the Tampa Bay Rays puts the Yankees 1/2 game ahead of the Red Sox. The half game is in the loss column, meaning the Yankees have one less loss but same amount of wins.

Should Nova still be in the rotation despite his shaky start?

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Yankees Defeat Royals 7-4

The New York Yankees got an important win on Monday night as they beat the Kansas City Royals 7-4. The win brings the Yankees into a tie for first place in the AL East with the Red Sox. In addition, AJ Burnett got his very first win in the month of August in his Yankee career.

So what exactly does this win mean for Burnett?

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Yankees, Posada Win in Grand Style 9-2

The New York Yankees got a big win behind their DH and veteran Jorge Posada. Posada had 6 RBI on the day including a grand slam. Phil Hughes contributed with a quality start for the Yankees as he tries to keep his spot in the starting rotation.

What's next for Phil Hughes and the Yankees starting rotation and also what sparked Posada's big day?

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Rays Homer Past Yankees 5-1

The Tampa Bay Rays used the power of the home run against the New York Yankees on Friday night by smacking five solo shots during the game, all off of Yankee starter CC Sabathia, for the 5-1 victory.

I'll tell you why CC had this poor outing and who will be moving to the Yanks bullpen after this weekend.

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