New York Yankees: Derek Jeter Amazes In First At-Bat of Second Return in 2013

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It’s funny. During the early parts of the New York Yankees broadcast on Sunday on the YES Network, Yankees broadcaster and former pitcher David Cone reminisced back to a time before anyone in this generation knew first-hand what Yankee greatness […]

New York Yankees’ Dominance of Minnesota Twins Continues

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The last 24 hours for the New York Yankees have been the ultimate roller coaster. Things seemed on the upside yesterday with the return of their perennial Hall of Fame shortstop Derek Jeter. His presence was even immediately felt, recording […]

Andy Pettitte’s First Inning Struggles Continue for New York Yankees as They Win Second Straight

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Thursday afternoon was a day filled with a lot of positives for the New York Yankees. Stating the obvious to start off, this afternoon’s game against the Kansas City Royals marked the return of their future Hall of Fame shortstop […]

What’s Going On With New York Yankees?

C.C. Sabathia

On Tuesday night, the New York Yankees took to the field with C.C. Sabathia on the mound in hopes that they can get yet another masterful performance out of their ace while providing him with the proper run support to prevent adding three negative […]

New York Yankees’ Michael Pineda Looks Strong in Trenton Rehab Outing

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As we inch closer and closer to his much-anticipated New York Yankees debut, SP Michael Pineda took to the mound on Tuesday evening for the Trenton Thunder in yet another stop on his way to the Bronx. After trading for […]

Former MLB Pitching Great Mike Mussina Hired as High School Basketball Coach

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Former Baltimore Orioles and New York Yankees pitching great Mike Mussina had one of the more successful careers in the history of Major League Baseball. He finished in the top-five of the Cy Young voting six times, tallied a .638 […]

Breaking Down MLB’s Ugly History of PEDs

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In 1889, French physiologist Charles-Brown Sequard marketed, what he called at the time, a “rejuvenating elixir.” It was a liquid extract made from the testicles of guinea pigs and dogs. Well, as it would turn out, this was the first […]

Alex Rodriguez’s Legacy Should Be All But Non-Existent Following Latest PED Report

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February 15, 2004 was supposed to mark the beginning of another New York Yankees legacy. That was the date in which 3B Alex Rodriguez was traded from the Texas Rangers to the Bronx, for Alfonso Soriano and a player to […]

New York Yankees’ Mariano Rivera and Joba Chamberlain Publicly Exchange Words

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At the moment, the New York Yankees – injury-riddled and all — are sitting in a place where no one expected them to be at this point in the season, at the top of the American League East. The Yankees are […]

Andy Pettitte Helps Yankees Avoid Opening Season Sweep in First Outing

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With the New York Yankees facing an unwanted opening season sweep at the hands of the arch-rival Boston Red Sox at home, the Yanks turned to their reliable veteran left-hander, Andy Pettitte. And, as usual, Pettitte delivered when the Bronx […]