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Yankees-Orioles Series Preview

The Yankees enter Camden Yards posting a 12-6 record against American League East teams.  The Orioles have lost five straight and are looking to bounce back at home.  These clubs play three in Baltimore.  Here is a series preview:

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Yankees Take First Game Of Doubleheader Over Boston

When you hit back-to-back homeruns twice in a four-inning span, and then your starting pitcher tosses almost seven full innings of brilliant one-run baseball, it's going to be hard to lose a game. Well that's exactly what the Yankees did this afternoon in Game One of today's day-night doubleheader at Fenway Park, as they knocked off the Red Sox by a score of 6-1.

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Yankees Freddy Garcia Demoted To Bullpen

After another dreadful outing on Saturday, it was no real surprise that Freddy Garcia's time in the Yankees rotation was coming to an end. Sunday it was made official, he is heading to the bullpen.

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Garcia Shelled, Yankees lose 7-5

The Tigers (11-10) really gave it to the Yankees (11-9) on Saturday afternoon beating them 7-5. Yankees starter Freddy Garcia looked awful, and didn’t manage to get past the second inning for the second start in row

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Red Sox Meltdown While Yankees Rally, Win 15-9

It looked like the Red Sox (4-10) had the Yankees (9-6) number Saturday afternoon, but the game ended in what was one of the best comebacks you’ll ever see in a baseball game. Boston was cruising and held a comfortable 9-0 lead in the sixth inning

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Whose Starting Staff Is Better-Mets Or Yanks-Bruce’s Thought Of The Day

There is no question who the better baseball team is. Clearly the Yankees. But think how much better they would be if the Yanks had the Mets starting pitching staff. I know Yankee fan you think you have the best of everything

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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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Yankees Sign Freddy Garcia

The Yankees are bringing back Freddy Garcia for the 2012 MLB season.

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Yankees Blast Red Sox, 9-1

In the opening act of a 3-game series at Yankee Stadium, the Red Sox desperately needed a victory not just for their own sanity, but to protect their lead in the AL Wild Card race. Instead, they ran into a buzzsaw known as "the Bronx Bombers" and the Yankees clinched a tie for the best record in the American League with a 9-1 victory.

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Yankees Shutout By Blue Jays 3-0

The New York Yankees could not solve Brandon Morrow on Sunday as they fell to the Toronto Blue Jays 3-0. Aaron Lind continued to kill the Yankees yet again as he hit two solo home runs in the game. Freddy Garcia was roughed up for 3 runs in just 4 2/3 innings pitched.

Was this start by Garcia just another sign of things to come for the Yankees down the stretch?

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Yankees Slug Past Orioles 11-10

The New York Yankees out-homered the Baltimore Orioles 11-10 in a wild Labor Day game at Yankee Stadium. The two clubs hit a total of seven home runs in the game with the biggest ones being Robinson Cano's grand slam and the first two of Jesus Montero's career. Freddy Garcia got roughed up in his start for the Yanks.

Was this just a bad outing for Garcia or a sign of things to come?

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Garcia Sharp in Yankees 3-2 Victory

Freddy Garcia pitched 6 solid innings on Monday night as he collected his 11th win as the New York Yankees defeat the Baltimore Orioles 3-2. Garcia only gave up one run, which was a Mark Reynolds solo home run. Mariano Rivera collected his 34th save and Nick Swisher continued his hot hitting with yet another home run, a 2-run go-ahead shot to give the Yanks the win.

Find out which important Yankee may be missing more time due to injury.

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