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Are The Yankees A Playoff Team?

In the midst of a very difficult Spring Training for the Yankees, first baseman Mark Teixeira was diagnosed with a sprained right wrist on Wednesday and will miss the next eight to ten weeks. Add that to Curtis Granderson's broken right forearm, Phil Hughes' recurring back issues and Alex Rodriguez's recovery from hip surgery, the Yankees are already a pretty banged up squad

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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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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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MLB Trade Deadline – Should The Yankees Make A Move?

Despite all of their injuries throughout the season, the Yankees sit with a decent lead in the AL East as the trade deadline approaches at 4:00 p.m. today. Should the Yankees make one last move to try and put them over the top, or should they stay put?

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Spike Lee Grabs Mark Teixeira’s Bat [VIDEO]

Spike Lee ended up with Mark Teixeira's bat on Sunday.  While Spike Lee caught Teixeira's bat, most of the fans in the outfield seats were catching home run balls during a wild game.

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C.C., Jeter lead Yankees over Royals

C.C. Sabathia was stellar in his outing in the Yankees (14-12) victory over the Kansas City Royals (8-17) on Friday night. Sabathia who like much of the Yankees starting staff has been inconsistent to start the season put together a solid eight inning performance

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Royals beat Yankees 4-3

13 hits and 3 measly runs to show for it. That was the story of the Yankees (13-12) game against the Kansas City Royals (8-16) on Thursday night. The Royals ended up winning 4-3. The Yankees failed to score with runners in scoring position in the 1st, 4th, 7th, 8th and 9th innings

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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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Rays Beat Yankees 8-7 In Extras, Clinch AL Wild Card

The Tampa Bay Rays clinched the AL wild card with a stunning rally Wednesday night, overcoming a late seven-run deficit and then beating the New York Yankees 8-7 on Evan Longoria's home run in the 12th inning.

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Yankees Sweep Blue Jays

The New York Yankees defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 9-3. The Yanks sweep the series against the Blue Jays. It's their 8th sweep of the season. Derek Jeter provided much of the offense with 5 RBI. CC Sabathia provided the Yankees with another quality start.

Find out the updated status of the starting rotation for the Yankees.

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Super Nova Leads the Yankees in 3-2 Win

The New York Yankees got another solid start from rookie starter Ivan Nova on Friday night as Nova picked up his 15th win. Brett Gardner provided the big hit with a 2-run home run, and Mariano Rivera picked up his 37th save of the season and his 596th career save.

Find out the injury updates to Alex Rodriguez and Mark Teixeira.

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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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