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Pineda rediscovers his elusive slider

One could certainly say that Michael Pineda cleaned up his act Wednesday. In his prior start, the righthander had a disastrous seven-run inning against the Rangers that included a couple of errors, including one by himself. 600 more words

Mark Teixeira's four RBIs led the Yankees to their second consecutive win over the Royals

The Yankees beat the Kansas City Royals 5-1 on Tuesday to extend their winning streak to two games. They have two consecutive wins against the Royals, who are in first place in the AL Central with a 28-17 record, after previously being swept at home by the… 519 more words

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Yankees' Girardi OK With Pitchers Using Substance For Grip

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Yankees manager Joe Girardi thinks Major League Baseball should avoid the sticky situation of pitchers being caught using foreign substances to get better grips on the ball by providing the tacky stuff for them. 427 more words

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Wounded Warriors walkathon completed

A group of Yankees players with manager Joe Girardi stood to the right of the plate at Yankee Stadium 10 minutes before the start of Tuesday night’s Yankees-Royals game to greet former U.S. 262 more words

Is There Room For Heathcott When Ellsbury Returns?

The question for the New York Yankees begins to heat up: Is there room for Slade Heathcott on the roster when Jacoby Ellsbury returns? The 24-year-old has begun to turn some heads the past week with his bat and glove, but is he ready to wear the pinstripes full-time? 439 more words

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Rockets' red glare for Memorial Day victory

It looked as if the Yankees took a cue Monday from the Rangers — after Texas left town. The Rangers scored 30 runs in a three-game sweep of the Yankees that included third-inning rallies of seven runs Friday night and 10 Saturday afternoon. 705 more words

Bernie thanks fans for the memories

Bernie Williams, a man of few words in his playing career, was downright eloquent in his remarks Sunday night in response to the Yankees’ presenting him with a plaque in his honor in Monument Park and retiring his uniform No. 315 more words