Cueto brilliant in 10-2 Reds victory; Gordon unable to Aaron Small himself out of disappointing start

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In a game the Reds sorely needed to win to avoid being swept at home, Johnny Cueto came up huge, hurling seven innings of two-hit,...

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Nova spins finest game of career in 5-3 Yankee win over Reds

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It would seem Pitcher-They’ve-Never-Faced Syndrome isn’t a Yankee-specific malady after all.

Ivan Nova threw the finest game of his short career Monday night in Cincinnati, going a...

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Series Preview | Yankees vs. Reds: The curse of Austin Kearns

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The Yankees last faced the Reds in a 2008 set at Yankee Stadium, and the last time they were at Cincinnati was in 2003. Quite a bit has changed for the...

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NL Central Race Could Be Important To Yankees Season

The Yankees probably have just enough starting pitching right now to make the postseason. They have 3 starters who should give them reasonably good performance and a few options who could surprise out of the last two slots, which should give them enough to contend...

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Guest Post: Did the 2009 Yankees Produce the Greatest Infield (Plus Catcher) in MLB History? (UPDATED)

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This is a guest post from friend of the blog Jamal Granger. It is a meticulous piece of research and we are proud to be running it here at TYU.

Endless thanks to Eric Seidman of Baseball Prospectus, who devoted his valuable time to supplying with me with the...

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Damon and Cincy

According to a report via ESPN, “a baseball source told ESPN.com’s Jerry Crasnick” that “[Scott] Boras and [Johnny] Damon are trying to engage the Detroit Tigers and Cincinnati Reds as possible alternatives” to the Yankees. Though the Tigers-Damon connection is not new – Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated...

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