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Yankees Need To Get Cliff Lee

Back in 2010, the Yankees failed to get Cliff Lee because minor league infielder David Adams didn't pass a physical due to a bum ankle and so the trade never happened with Seattle and Lee went to Texas instead and helped the Rangers win the pennant.  Lee, at that time, was the surest pitcher in baseball.  He isn't that now, at the age of 34, but the Yankees should still go get him.  

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Yankees Win Tainted is By Injuries

In the Yankees 6-4 victory over the Blue Jays, injuries once again stole the headlines, further stressing Joe Girardi’s already depleted roster.

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Blue Jays-Yankees Series Preview

The Yanks come off a series loss in Tampa where they could have easily been swept if not for 8th and 9th inning rallies in game two.  Toronto comes off a tough series loss at Camden Yards to the Orioles but were able to salvage a game three win 6-5 after losing two one -run games.  Now the Bronx hosts these clubs for four.  Here is a series preview.  

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Yankees / Blue Jays Preview

The new-look and struggling Blue Jays welcome the Yankees to Toronto for a three-game set.  New York comes in having won two of three from Arizona at Yankee Stadium.  Toronto recently lost two of three at home to the White Sox.  Here is a look at the coming weekend North of the border in a short series preview.  

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Yankees-Diamondbacks Series Preview

Interleague play has turned into an unbalanced schedule of interleague play and it has never before been this early.  Early as in Opening Day for the Angels and Reds.  Early as in NOW for the New York Yankees

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Yankees Take Two of Three From Baltimore

As I predicted (once in a while a blind squirrel finds a nut), the Yankees took two of three from rival Baltimore in a big series considering that Andy Pettitte's start was pushed back due to back spasms.  Here is how New York did it.  

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Now Or Nova

Unless Phil Hughes turns it around fairly soon and fully develops into what Yankee fans thought he would be (this writer thinks the time has come and gone for him to do so), someone must take that spot.  

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Yankees Fall In Detroit, 8-3

You could argue that if you were to give a theme to the 2013 season for the New York Yankees, it would probably be "the good, the bad and the ugly." This afternoon's game at Comerica Park in Detroit was a perfect example of that theme, as the Yankees dropped the opener of a three-game set to the Tigers, by a score of 8-3.

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Yankees edge Rays 5-3

Ivan Nova was spectacular against the Rays Tuesday night in the Yankees 5-3 victory. Nova helped guide the Yankees to their first victory against the Rays this season after getting swept in the season opening series in Tampa

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Yankees Fight Back, Beat Tigers 7-6

The Yankees (11-8) beat the Tigers (10-10) 7-6 in a back and forth game that came down to a wild ninth inning Friday night at Yankee Stadium.  Both starters Ivan Nova and Justin Verlander did not look like their usual selves each having their worst outings of the year

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Yankees Ruin Fenway Celebration, Beat Red Sox 6-2

On the 100-year anniversary of Fenway Park, fans of the Boston Red Sox began the day cheering for Terry “Tito” Francona out of sheer joy and elation when he walked onto the field for a pregame ceremony. But by the end of this afternoon’s 6-2 loss to the Yankees, those same fans would chant “We Want Tito” with great disdain towards Boston’s new manager Bobby Valentine.

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Yankees vs. Red Sox Weekend Preview

This afternoon is the first game of the 2012 MLB season pitting two of the bitterest rivals in all of American pro sports against each other: the New York Yankees visit the Boston Red Sox, and they will celebrate the 100-year anniversary of Fenway Park. Some would call it a historic piece of real estate, others would call it an over-rated piece of crap, but that’s another debate for another time.

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