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Indians shut out Toronto, go up 1-0.

The Yankees trading Andrew Miller to Cleveland and Aroldis Chapman to the Cubs at the trade deadline may prove to be the biggest baseball move of 2016, especially if the Indians meet the Cubs in the World Series. 76 more words

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Game 152. Yanks blanked, 2-0.

Gary Sanchez can’t come to the rescue and hit a HR every day. He didn’t on Thursday night and his teammates couldn’t step up as the Yanks lost to Tampa Bay 2-0. 115 more words

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The Minors. SWB evens series with "wild" finish; Trenton loses.

AAA: Heading into the bottom of the ninth, SWB was down 1-0 and facing a 2 games to none deficit in their best-of-five International League Championship Series. 168 more words

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Game 145. Yanks blanked, 2-0.

I am going to compare two pitchers for you. Each pitcher is over a six year period of his career.

A. Average year over the six year period: 22-8, 2.19. 232 more words

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Game 117. Yanks lose, 12-3.

When Nathan Eovaldi went down, and the Yanks brought back Luis Severino just a few  days after sending him down after a poor start in Boston, I was shaking my head. 205 more words

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Game 116. Youth is served in Yanks' 8-4 win.

For the first time in MLB history, a pair of teammates each hit a HR in their first MLB plate appearances in the same game. 244 more words

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Game 115. Yanks win A-Rod finale, 6-3.

Alex Rodriguez went 1 for 4 with an RBI double in what is expected to be his last MLB game (unless he signs elsewhere) and the Yanks beat Tampa Bay 6-3 Friday night. 232 more words

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