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Red Sox Get Hot At The Right Time

Minus a couple of duds, Boston has a winning week and gains ground in the AL Wild Card race. Read More »

Jose Valverde Should Have Less Fun When Pitching

The Tigers closer irked several Yankees fans by shakin' and shimmyin' after every strikeout, but mostly because the strikeouts were against their own team. Read More »

The State of the Yankees

Roughly 15 games in, the Yankees are in first place and look to be built to win. 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 »

Joba Chamberlain’s Move to the Bullpen May Save Career

If history is any indicator, Joba's move to the bullpen could literally save his baseball career. Read More »

Yankees Name Phil Hughes as Fifth Starter; Joba to the Pen

But will the long reliever and once highly touted prospect be able to hold his own? Read More »

Redemption and Domination: Yankees Defeat Twins 7-2

Jeter led the way while Sabathia and A-Rod got their redemption in Game 1 of the ALDS. Read More »

BoSox Limp Home After One Last (And Unsuccessful) Road Trip

The Sox may be gearing up for postseason play, but this past week, they did not play like one, for the most part. Read More »

Yankees Pound on Smoltz for First Win Over Boston in 2009

With Muhammed Ali in attendance, the Yankees knock out the Red Sox. Read More »