Yanks Win A One-Run Game, Earn A Split With The Tigers

Wow…That game was something, wasn’t it? To be honest, I’m still catching my breath and trying to come up with the right words to complete this recap.

The Yankees started the scoring in the top of the second off of Tigers starter Doug Fister. With Eric Chavez on first following a single,...

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Yanks Win An Ugly One, CC Wins 12th Game Of The Season

I really don’t even know where to begin with this recap other than saying, “Phew!”

This game had it all: good pitching, not so good pitching, good fielding, not so good fielding, dinky hits, long balls, lots of hits, lots of runs and thank goodness, the Yankees were able to come out on top.


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Yankees lose to Tigers again, 6-5

Both pitchers started the game with three effective and scoreless innings. The Yankees got two hits in the top of the second off of Tigers’ starter, Rick Porcello, but an Eric Chavez double-play ball kept those hits from doing any damage. Curtis Granderson struck out in the first and the third. Phil Hughes looked on fire the first three innings. His fastball gave him two strikeouts to lead off the bottom of the first and then threw a wicked inside fastball to Miguel Cabrera and the great Tiger hitter fouled out. Great inning. In the second, Hughes worked easily around a single. Great inning. Hughes worked again around a single in the third and looked in complete control. Then the Yankees scored. Dang.

Derek Jeter led off the top of the fourth with a bounding single through the left side of the infield. But Robinson Cano grounded into a double play. For the second time in the game, Mark Teixeira beat the shift with a screamer to right for a single.…

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The Yankees Are Big Fat Teases, Drop Two In Row To The Tigers

Photo by Tamara Davis

Why must the Yankees do that to us? They make us think that somehow, they’ll be able to pull off an exciting ninth inning comeback only to have it thwarted by Jose Valverde.

I’m sorry, let’s start...

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Yankees Win Rubber Match, Garcia Picks Up 150th Win Of His Career

Now, that’s much better boys.

After yesterday’s two-hit, complete game shutout loss to the Mariners, the Yankees were looking for a series win in the rubber game with Freddy Garcia on the mound against Seattle’s Hisashi Iwakuma.

Things didn’t start off too well for Garcia. He gave up a first pitch single to...

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