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Curtis Granderson Out At Least Four Weeks

Curtis Granderson was injured on the first pitch of Spring Training, with a broken forearm.  And now, after sitting for weeks, is out again, this time getting hit by a pitch on his left hand  in the fifth inning and breaking his pinkie in Tampa Bay on Friday, May 24.

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Mariners-Yankees Series Preview

The Yankees enter a three-game set at home vs. Seattle as one of baseball's best teams.  The Mariners enter the series hovering around .500 and have played for the most part inconsistent ball all year.  Here is a series preview.

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How Will the Yankees Change When Players Return?

It's obvious that the Yankees will immediately insert Derek Jeter as the shortstop when he returns from a broken ankle, and immediately insert Mark Teixeira as the first baseman when Tex returns from his wrist issue and immediately insert Curtis Granderson as the...hang on for just a minute.

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Mark Teixeira To Miss 8-10 Weeks With Wrist Injury

To say the injuries are piling up understates piling up. This time it is 1st baseman Mark Teixeira that goes down injured and he won't be around for a long stretch.

The Yanks announced that "Tex" has a wrist injury and will miss 8-10 weeks

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Who Should Fill-In For Curtis Granderson?

This past Sunday during an exhibition game against the Blue Jays, Yankees outfielder Curtis Granderson was hit by a pitch and suffered a broken right forearm, which will put him out of commission for at least ten weeks

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Curtis Granderson Out Until May

If Sunday is a preview to come it is going to be a loooong and painful year for the NY Yankees.

In his 1st at bat, even before his 1st inning in his new left field position Yankee left fielder Curtis Granderson was hit in the left forearm by a J

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Which Yankee needs to step it up the most during the playoff chase?

As we all know the Yankees have been on a bit of a slide as of late. Just a few short weeks ago the Bombers were well ahead of the pack in the AL East up 10 games. After last nights 4-3 loss to the Red Sox the Yankees are back tied with the Baltimore Orioles for first place

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Should The Yankees Keep Swisher or Granderson? [POLL]

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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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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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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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Yankees Fall to Twins, 7-3

Joe Mauer and Justin Morneau looked like their old selves on Monday night as the Minnesota Twins (3-7) came into town and beat the Yankees (5-5). Joe Mauer had three hits including two doubles, a RBI and also scored a run

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