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Dellin Betances: The Biggest Success Story in the 2014 New York Yankees' Bullpen

The close of the 2013 season marked the end of a long era of dominant relief pitching in the Bronx. Mariano Rivera, who reigned as the New York Yankees’ closer since 1997, decided to hang up his cleats and infamous cutter—for real, this time. 101 more words

Ben Berkon

Game 19: Tigers (10-10) vs. Yankees (11-8): What a Wild Ride!

Tigers 6, Yankees 7

W: Rivera (1-1)

L: Villarreal (0-1)

There is so much going on in the Yankees Universe right now, it’s almost overwhelming! On top of that, add the crazy game that unfolded Friday with two ties and three lead changes. 883 more words

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2012 Yankees bullpen preview

It’s still early to talk about what will or will not happen in definite terms, but the Yankees 2012 bullpen looks to be solidified. The bullpen may actually be the best thing the team has going for them given the health issues of aging stars, the tendency of some high priced talent that checks out in the postseason and a questionable starting rotation. 733 more words

On The Mound

Rafael Soriano and the Yankees' flat feet

I could sit here and write about how Kevin Kernan is saying that Rafael Soriano lacks composure and can’t “handle the pressure that is New York” less than a month after… 477 more words

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

The Yankees have hit their first losing skid of the season, losing four of their last five games, the last being a humiliating loss to the Baltimore Orioles, 5-4. 793 more words

Baseball Misc.

World Series Game 3 (It takes 2)

New York Yankees (9-3) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (8-4)

Andy Pettitte (3-0, 3.24) vs. Cole Hamels (1-2, 7.58)

NYY 8 – PHI 5

Yankees lead World Series 2-1… 1,306 more words

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