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Yanks Finish The 2014 MLB Runs Scored Survivor As Team #30 Last Night With 8 Spot Amidst 4 Game Win Streak

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The New York Yankees had played 129 games – and finally registered exactly 8 runs in any contest this year – with an 8 – 1 drubbing over Kansas City last night – in a potentially crucial Wild Card matchup against one of the teams they maybe vying for a playoff spot with.  843 more words

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Brian McCann's pinch-hit homer in the 10th gave the Yankees their fourth win in a row

The Yankees beat the Chicago White Sox, 7-5, on Sunday afternoon for their fourth in a row. The crowd came alive in the 10th inning after… 644 more words

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McCann's walk-off climaxes homestand

In their previous homestand the Yankees faced American League Cy Young Award winners three games in a row against Detroit. They ended up winning two of those matchups. 737 more words

Yanks hold pregame hitters' meeting: "Enough is enough"

The frustration in the Yankees’ clubhouse bubbled over on Thursday morning as several position players held an informal meeting, challenging themselves to pick up the production with less than seven weeks remaining in the regular season. 480 more words

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McCarthy takes us all back in time

For all you young people out there, what occurred at Yankee Stadium Thursday afternoon is called a complete game shutout. You do not see many of those anymore, particularly when the opposing pitcher goes the distance as well. 524 more words

Yankees finding Astros are no pushovers

So much for the Yankees taking advantage of a pair of perceived pushover teams in the current homestand. For the second night in a row, the Yanks were not as good as the Astros. 440 more words

Tanaka Feeling Good

By MIKE FITZPATRICK   AP Sports Writer

NEW YORK (AP) _ Masahiro Tanaka threw 35 pitches Wednesday in his second bullpen session as he tries to return to the New York Yankees this season. 366 more words

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