Yankee bats go silent for second night in a row, fall to Rays 5-1

Not Bart's night (photo c/o Getty)

Bartolo Colon had his worst start since May 23 against Toronto — and perhaps his worst start of the season — throwing 5 2/3 innings of five-run ball and allowing a season-high 14 baserunners,...

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Bullpen blows gem by Burnett as Yanks fall to Royals in extras 4-3

Our butts are hurt too, A.J. (photo c/o The AP)

This about sums last night’s game up.

A.J. Burnett tossed seven innings of one-hit, one-run ball against the Royals on Wednesday night (the one hit being a solo home run...

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Yankees put eleven men on base but lose another CC start

Coming into this game, the Yankees were averaging 5.5 runs on 8.3 hits and 4 walks per game. Tuesday night the Yankees collected eight hits and three walks — more than enough offense to put some runs on the board — but managed only two runs, well...

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Negative storylines from the 2010 season

Last Wednesday we took a look at some of the positive storylines that emerged from the Yankees’ 2010 season. Unfortunately, with the good comes the bad, and while we’ll try to...

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Rangers throttle Yankees for third straight game; 10-3 win puts Bombers on brink of elimination

Game 4 of the 2010 American League Championship Series was basically a microcosm of everything that went wrong for the Yankees at one point or another this season: A.J. Burnett...

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Hughes as bad as Lewis is good as Rangers thump Yankees 7-2; knot ALCS at one game apiece

The Yankees’ starting pitcher sunk the team in a seemingly insurmountable hole early for the second straight game, only this time the Bombers were unable to rally back, falling to the...

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New York Stranded Baserunners return with a vengeance; thwart fantastic return outing by Pettitte in 4-3 extra-inning loss

Joe Girardi decided to rest both Mark Teixeira and Alex Rodriguez for this one, and I can’t say I had a problem with the move. Having already won...

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