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Yanks offer no resistance in blanking to Red Sox

Ronald Torreyes pinch-hit for Alex Rodriguez in the ninth inning Saturday night. It was the first time a player with no home runs in his career batted for a player with 691 homers. 410 more words

Banning Shifts in Baseball is Unnecessary

This past week Yankees manager Joe Girardi said that he would ban infield shifts if he were the commish. When I first heard his comments it didn’t make much sense to me. 693 more words

Editorial

MLB Week in Review (April 22-28)

In the 1990s, the MLB was plagued by an issue that they never knew about with steroid running rampant through the league.

It went unchecked for years and although it produces some very exciting baseball it was the dark underbelly of the league. 1,245 more words

Baseball

Girardi On Francesa: 'It Hasn't' Been A Great 20 Games

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Yankees have gotten off to a rough start, to say the least.

The Yanks are sitting in last in the American League East with an 8-12 record. 134 more words

Sports

A-Rod, Hicks not on disabled list -- yet

So Alex Rodriguez did not go on the disabled list after all. Neither did Aaron Hicks as the Yankees apparently have decided to play short in the three-game series against the Rangers that opened the 11-day, nine-game trip, which begins Monday night in Arlington, Texas, and continues to Boston and Baltimore. 331 more words

Five Rays homers cost Yanks shot at sweep

Michael Pineda endured a nightmare of a first inning Sunday that put a damper on a bright, sunshine day in which the Yankees were shooting for their first series sweep since Aug. 634 more words

Weapons old and new sustain Yankees

The Yankees have a new weapon in their offensive arsenal this year. It is called catcher’s interference whereby a player is awarded first base if the opposing catcher interferes with the batter’s swing. 660 more words