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After hot homestand, bats turn cold on road

First place in the American League East was all theirs for the taking Tuesday night, but the Yankees failed to take advantage of losses by the Orioles, Rays and Blue Jays by suffering the same fate. 324 more words

Blue Jays Grinding Out Wins

Sunday afternoon was an unusual game for the 2015 Toronto Blue Jays. They were held to three runs on a rare four hits as they came away with the 3-2 win over the Texas Rangers. 663 more words

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Mouthing Off With Molly: Red Sox Season is a Wreck (And It's Fun to Watch)

During the offseason, it was no secret that the Red Sox ownership were going to do whatever it took to build a championship team. For the past couple seasons, the Red Sox had made it a trend to literally go from worst to first to worst. 586 more words

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An All-Star Team of players who haven’t made the All-Star Team

We’re less than a month away from the All-Star Game, and the outrage over every Royal on the ballot starting for the American League team is still simmering. 1,688 more words


Miami raises the heat on Eovaldi

Can there be anything more embarrassing to a pitcher than what happened Tuesday night to Nathan Eovaldi?

Paired against David Phelps, the pitcher for whom he was traded for in an off-season deal, and appearing in his former stomping grounds, Marlins Park, Eovaldi endured a nightmare of a first inning. 412 more words

Teixeira's 18th homer only support for Tanaka

Masahiro Tanaka’s strong work since coming off the disabled list earlier this month continued Monday night in the Yankees’ first appearance at Miami’s Marlins Park in the opener of a home-and-away, four-game, inter-league series. 593 more words

Little contact but big inning for win saved by Dellin

So it took a pretty weird inning Sunday to help the Yankees shake off their three-game losing streak and stop the Orioles’ six-game winning streak. 734 more words