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Rays, Shields, Win Against Yanks

"Big Game" James Shields once again stepped up against the Yankees and shut them down as he carried the Rays to the 2-1 victory on Thursday night. With the win, the Rays and Yankees split their four game series at The Trop. The Yankees finish 4-4 on the road trip as they prepare for their 10 day home stand coming up.

What's coming up for the Yanks? What injured players are close to returning?

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Yanks Beat Rays in Grand Style

Yankees defeated the Rays on Wednesday night 4-0 thanks to a great start by Freddy Garcia, a big 2-run home run from Granderson as well as a game-saving catch by Granderson in the 5th inning.

How important was this win? What are the latest Yankee trade rumors heading to the deadline?

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Yanks Walk Past Rays 5-4

The Yankees got a bases loaded walk by Russell Martin in the top of the 9th inning, which gave them the 5-4 lead and win over the Rays Monday night. AJ Burnett had a rough outing for the Yanks while the bullpen led the rally by the Bronx Bombers as they recorded the win.

What does this win mean for the Yanks? Which injured players are soon to come back for the Yanks?

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Phil Hughes Get’s First Win – Yanks Beat Blue Jays

The Yankees and Phil Hughes earn a 7-2 victory as they split their series against Toronto.

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Yankees, CC, Defeat the Blue Jays

Yankees finally get the great starting pitching they desperately needed and beat the Blue Jays 4-1 on Saturday. CC Sabathia recorded his MLB leading 14th win of the season going 8 innings giving up 3 hits, one run, 3 walks, and striking out 8.

Find out why Hughes' start Sunday will be one of the most anticipated so far this season.

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More Pitching and Defensive Woes in Yanks Loss

The New York Yankees lose to the Toronto Blue Jays 7-1 on Friday night thanks to another poor starting pitching performance by their starter and poor defense. Many thought their last game was a bad game, but back-to-back poor performances by the Yanks are beginning to make people question the team heading into trade deadline season.

So what now is needed come trade deadline time? What moves should be made?

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Colon Disappoints in Yanks Loss to Jays

Bartolo Colon tried to redeem himself from a poor start against the Rays on Thursday night, but failed in that task as he couldn't escape the first inning as the Blue Jays defeated the Yankees 16-7.

Find out how Colon entered the record books for his poor outing. Was this more than just pitching?

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Get The Feeling of the Full At Bat and Curtain Call from Jeter’s 3000th Hit Inside Yankee Stadium

I know I showed you a view inside earlier in the week, now here is another view at history.  This video was taken from the upper deck and has the whole at bat and the curtain call. It still gives me goose bumps watching Jeter get his day in the sun in the Bronx

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Yankees Win On Historic Day For Jeter

The New York Yankees were able to overcome a Tampa Bay lead in order to make a very special day for Derek Jeter even more memorable.

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Indians “Masterful” Against the Yankees

Yankees fell to the Indians 5-3 thanks to 8 shutout  innings by the former top Red Sox prospect, Justin Masterson. This was also the first game back from the DL for Yankee starter Phil Hughes, who went 5 innings, giving up 2 runs in the loss.

Is Phil Hughes ready to put in a strong second half?

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Yankees Pound Cleveland For 9-2 Win

The New York Yankees looked like a dominate force last night in Cleveland.  They beat the Indians 9-2 thanks to Curtis Granderson and the great work by CC Sabathia.

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Indians, Former Yanks, Defeat the Yankees

The Indians behind the former Yankees Austin Kearns and Shelley Duncan beat the Yankees 6-3 in Cleveland on Monday. The big hit in the game was Kearns' FIRST home run of the season, a 3-run shot that propelled the Indians to their victory.

Find out about a key injury to the Yankees and how this could have a potential impact short-term.

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