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Yankees/Orioles American League Division Series Preview

The Yankees and Orioles met 18 times during the 2012 regular season. 9-9 was how it went. So why not play a best-of-five American League Division Series to break the tie, right? Here is a preview of what’s to come

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Who Would You Prefer The Yankees Face In ALDS?

After 162 games, the New York Yankees finally clinched the American League East title, as well as home-field advantage throughout the American League side of the MLB Playoffs. This leaves the Baltimore Orioles and the Texas Rangers to face off in tomorrow night's one-game Wild Card playoff

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Should Major League Baseball Adopt A Tiebreaker Policy?

Entering the final day of the 2012 MLB Regular Season, there is a possibility we could finish with a tie atop the American League East between the New York Yankees and the Baltimore Orioles. This would mean a one-game playoff game in Baltimore on Thursday, and this has Brian Noe fuming mad

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Baseball Needs A Lot More Replay [NoeBrainer]

Reason #51,864 of why baseball needs more replay occurred over the weekend as Mark Teixeira and the Yankees got screwed.  Baseball needs to catch up with the times as soon as humanly possible.

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Who Will Win The American League East? [POLL]

Back in mid-July, the New York Yankees had a 10-game lead on the Baltimore Orioles and the Tampa Bay Rays in the American League East. Now, with just twenty-five games remaining in the 2012 regular season, the Yankees and Orioles are tied for the lead, with the Rays only two games behind

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Orioles Bash Yankees 10-6

Up one game in the American League East, the Yankees needed a win against the Baltimore Orioles to maintain sole possession of first place. They couldn't get one and have slipped back into a tie with the O's, losing 10-6

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Are We Seeing The Biggest Choke In Yankee History?

The knee jerk answer is no, nothing is worse than being the only team in MLB history to blow a 3-0 lead in a playoff series, but as far as the regular season goes: yes we are!

The latest loss being a 5-2 defeat in Tampa on Wednesday night

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How Can The Yankees Get Back On Track?

Back on July 18, the Yankees had a 10-game lead over the Baltimore Orioles. And now, entering tonight's game in Tampa Bay, the Yankees are only one game ahead of the Orioles. They've lost nine of their last 13 games, while batting around

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The Yankees Go Soft Cause Joe Girardi Accepts Soft

I don't think Joe Girardi is the sole reason the Yankees have lost their way and their grip on the AL East, but I do believe he is a big part of the reason. The latest example came Saturday afternoon when, on a seemingly innocent swing, Curtis Granderson gritted his teeth and Girardi ran to his training staff

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The Yankees Comfortable Lead Is Gone- Bruce’s Thought Of The Day

It only seems like last week the Yankees enjoyed the biggest division lead in all of Baseball. That's gone now. It was only a short time it appeared the Yanks would run away with the AL East. That's gone now

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Yankees Avoid Sweep, Trounce Baltimore 12-3

After losing nine of their previous 12 games, including their last 4 in a row, the Yankees entered today's matinee action looking to avoid a three-game sweep at the hands of the Baltimore Orioles. Well for the second game in less than 24 hours, the "Bronx Bombers" would get out to a big lead early, and this time would hold on for a 12-3 victory.

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Derek Jeter or Cal Ripken Jr.?

Last night, Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter tied Hall of Fame shortstop Cal Ripken Jr. on the MLB all-time hits list. So who was the better overall player - "The Captain" or Cal? Vote in our poll below and share your thoughts to support your opinion!

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