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It’s Over: The Fat Lady Sings for the Yankees in Texas

After this year and this loss, things will never be the same. Read More »

Javier Vazquez Is Pitching Towards Redemption

While his season stats aren't pretty, lately Vazquez has shown a return to form. Read More »

Despite A Plethora of Injuries, Yankees Rolling Once Again

The Yankees have kept what could have been a sinking ship afloat, and are now charging towards 1st. Read More »

Pettitte Emerging As The Veteran Yankees Ace

His eight-inning, one-run victory over the Angels gives a further demonstration of the type of pitcher Andy Pettitte has become. Read More »

Yankees Pitching Questions Mostly Answered

In their first auditions in their new roles, Phil Hughes and Joba Chamberlain both proved effective. Read More »

Yankees Take Opening Series Against Sox; Grandy Shines in Debut

The three game series between the Yankees and Red Sox had it all, including the emergence of Curtis Granderson as a Yankee. Read More »

The “Core Four” Instrumental in the Yankees 27th World Series Championship

The "Core Four" of Jeter, Posada, Pettitte and Rivera once again lead the Yankees to the promised land. Read More »

Matsui’s Historic Performance Leads Yankees to 27th World Series Title

Six RBIs from Godzilla the MVP propelled the Yankees past the Phillies in six games. Read More »

Yankees’ Offense Wakes Up, Blasts Hamels and Phillies 8-5

After two pitchers duals, the Yankees bats sprang to life and crush Cole Hamels and the Phillies on Saturday. Read More »

Lee’s 122-Pitch Outing Disrupts Entire Rotation

With Joe Blanton announced as the starter for Game 4, the Phillies have given themselves a massive disadvantage in pitching matchups. Read More »