Yanks’ Division Lead Shrinks To Two Games With A Loss To Baltimore

How most of us feel right now

Abysmal: Extremely bad; appalling

That’s the word I’d use for tonight’s loss to Baltimore. And thanks to that dreadful showing by the Yankees, their Division lead is down to two games.

Hiroki Kuroda didn’t help his...

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Yanks Drop Finale To The Jays 8-5, Lose Series

At least it was nice out today

Today’s game was ugly. And if you think it was bad watching it on TV or listening to it on the radio, try being there at the Stadium and experiencing it in person like I...

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Well, that was ugly. Yanks lose, 8-5

After Sabathia worked around a Derek Jeter error in the first, the Yankees scored two runs in the bottom half of the inning. Jeter hit a lousy 0-2 pitch for a single and then Nick Swisher walked. Robinson Cano rolled over on a curve and hit a weak grounder to second advancing both runners. Andruw Jones rifled a single up the middle to score Jeter and send Swisher to third. Swisher would score when Curtis Granderson beat out a double play ball for the second out. Steve Pearce then popped out to end the inning.

Both pitchers had 1-2-3 innings in the second, but the Yankees would cough up the lead in the top of the third. Jeff Mathis (of all people) started off the inning with an infield single. He should have been thrown out at second when Adeiny Hechavarria grounded a ball to Jayson Nix at third. But Nix booted it and everyone was safe. Rajai Davis then swung at a pitch a foot outside and poked it to shallow right for a single to load the bases.…

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Yankees Bounce Back With A 2-1 Win Over The Blue Jays

There’s nothing like a good bounce-back victory to help get rid of the rancid taste of last night’s loss from everyone’s mouth.

Phil Hughes, who struggled in his last outing against the Blue Jays, went seven innings for the Yankees, only giving up one earned run on four hits and out-dueled Ricky...

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Soriano Blows Third Save, Yankees Lose in Extras 8-7

Well, that was just an awful loss.

Is it the end of the world? Of course not, but it’s not very pleasant watching the Yankees cough up a lead late in the game and losing in extra innings to a team that has nearly 75% of its roster on the waiting list for Tommy John surgery...

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Yankees top Indians, 4-2, win series two games to one

Apart from Curtis' solo shot there wasn't much exciting offense in Sunday's game.

The Yankees won a sleepy Sunday afternoon game, 4-2 over the Indians. The game was odd. The Yankees never trailed, effectively winning the game when they plated three runs...

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