Adam Warren and The New York Yankees pack up and head south to Tampa Bay. The Tampa Bay Rays will be waiting for them in a battle of the teams most people thought would be the two worst in the American League East
The Tampa Bay Rays have a long history with the Yankees. Since they entered the league in 1998 the Devil Rays have dropped the "Devil" and become a true rival for the Yankees (even though they both stink this season). The Rays really showed a lot of class including Don Zimmer's widow in the ceremony.
The Tampa Bay Rays have been so bad their manager Joel Madden is willing to try ANYTHING! Even letting a 17 year old girl pitch batting practice. The "Knuckle Ball Princess" Chelsea Baker was trained by the late Joe Niekro and looked great against the Rays.
The Yankees are on a FIVE game win streak meanwhile the Tampa Bay Rays have lost FOUR in a row. The injury bug has bitten both teams but most recently Yankees outfielder Carlos Beltran ran into the stands leading to MRI's on his shoulder and wrist
The pressure will be on CC Sabathia tonight to keep up the Yankees winning ways. The Yankees are on 4 game win streak meanwhile the Rays have dropped 4 in a row. The man on the mound for Tampa Bay has been a Yankee killer David Price
This New York Mets season has been like many others. Dreadful, lost for cause and filled with hope in the beginning and eventual failure. Not even a host All-Star Game, filled with Mariano Rivera celebration and David Wright and Matt Harvey standing ovations could save the day for those walking off the 7 train and into the ballpark.
The non-waiver trade deadline is almost here. 4 p.m. eastern is when the trading bell finishes. Tuesday night Boston and Detroit strengthened themselves for the stretch and the Chicago White Sox looked to the future
The fact that the Yankees find themselves only 2.5 games out of the final wildcard spot is a tribute to Manager Joe Girardi's ability to maneuver a bullpen and starting pitching that has been consistent if not special
The Yankees offense was desperately in need of a jolt, and Derek Jeter delivered one in his first at bat since returning from the disabled list, belting a home run on the first pitch he saw to give the Bombers an early 1-0 lead. New York fed off of the magic of their Captain, riding the momentum of his return to a walk off 6-5 victory.
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