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Alex Rodriguez

Ha Ha!

Is it September already? If it was any team other than the Mets (or the Sox) I'd probably feel a little bit bad for them, but in this case, all I can do is laugh. If you missed the game, A-Rod popped one up to second base with two men on and two men out in the bottom of the ninth. K-Rod was just about ready to do his little dance on the mound to celebrate another shaky save and then Luis Castillo went after the ball with one hand, dropped it, and both runners scored to give the Yanks a 9-8 win. Full story

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Surely the Yanks couldn't drop their eighth straight to the Sox with CC on the hill against Brad Friggin' Penny, right? I mean, this madness has to end at some point, doesn't it? Well, it didn't happen tonight. This one hurt more than the first seven combined. Full story

BoSox Continue Mastery Over Yanks

Chien-Ming Wang didn't make it past the third inning, Kevin Youkilis homered and drove in two and Jonathan Papelbon picked up his 15th save of the season as the Red Sox outlasted the Yanks 6-5 in Boston. Full story

Four Yankee Home Runs Cut Down Rays

Andy Pettitte went six adequate innings, Johnny Damon broke a 3-3 tie with a solo home run in the sixth and the trio of Phil Hughes, Phil Coke and Mariano Rivera worked three scoreless innings as the Yanks trimmed the Rays 5-3 in the Bronx. Full story

Yanks Sting Rays With Three-Run Eighth

Gabe Gross snapped a 1-1 tie with a two-run single in the sixth inning, but Hideki Matsui capped a three-run eighth with an RBI ground out and Mariano Rivera worked a perfect ninth for his 13th save of the season as the Yanks upended the Rays 4-3 at The Stadium. Full story

No Mo Ties

What began as a sick pitcher's duel between two of the nastiest southpaws in the game, ended with Mariano Rivera shaking his head as he was removed from a game in the middle of an inning for the second time this season. The moral of the story: I won't question Girardi again if he avoids using Mo in a tie game. Full story

Melky's Late-Inning HR Upends Rangers

Chien-Ming Wang was ineffective in his return to the starting rotation, but Mark Teixeira doubled twice and drove in three runs in his return from a sore ankle and Melky Cabrera snapped a 6-6 tie with a two-run bomb in the bottom of the eighth inning as the Yanks toppled the Rangers 8-6 in the Bronx. Full story

Joba Leads Yankees Past Tribe

Joba Chamberlain went eight sparkling innings, Nick Swisher broke a 1-1 tie with a two-run double in the seventh and Mariano Rivera worked a perfect ninth as the Yanks dropped the Indians 5-2 in Cleveland. Full story

No Doubt About This One

Phil Hughes is definitely born again hard. Following up his 9K performance, today he cruised through 8 shutout innings, allowing only 3 hits 1 walk and striking out 6. The Yanks didn't need a masterful performance to secure this 11-1 win, but hey, they'll take it. Full story

Bombers Battle Back (Again) But Fall in 11th

CC Sabathia went eight solid innings and Melky Cabrera stroked a game-tying, RBI-single in the bottom of the ninth, but Carlos Ruiz delivered a two-out, RBI-double in the 11th inning as the Phillies nipped the Yanks 4-3 in the Bronx. Full story

The Melk-Man Delivers Once Again

Raul Ibanez crushed his league-leading 17th homer of the season and rookie John Mayberry Jr. clubbed a three-run jack in his major league debut, but Alex Rodriguez tied things up with a two-run bomb in the ninth and Melky Cabrera singled in the winning run as the Yanks upended the Phillies 5-4 at the Stadium. Full story

Make It Seven

You just have to love baseball. I mean, absolutely cannot live without it type of love. Take a look at the picture above. A guy with a gut like that is a complete stud when he's standing on a little bump of dirt 60 feet 6 inches away from home plate. What a sport. Tonight, CC was too much for the Orioles. Full story

Streaking Yanks Win Sixth Straight, Sweep Twins

Andy Pettitte was shaky but worked into the seventh inning, Mark Teixeira homered twice and drove in four and Alex Rodriguez went deep for the third consecutive game as the Yanks held off the Twins 7-6 at The Stadium. Full story

Damon Stars in "Walk-Off Win Part III"

Matt Tolbert snapped a scoreless tie with an RBI-single in the seventh and Nick Punto came home after two straight wild pitches by A.J. Burnett, but Alex Rodriguez countered with a solo home run and Melky Cabrera lifted a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the frame and Johnny Damon launched the game-winning homer in the bottom of the 10th inning as the Yanks topped the Twins 3-2 in the Bronx. Full story

Another Day, Another Game-Winner

Alex Rodriguez heard his first chorus of boos at the new Yankee Stadium in the bottom of the sixth when he struck out with two men on. I'd say he handled the situation pretty well when he stepped to the plate in the bottom of the 11th. The celebration started a split second after the two-run bomb left his bat. A no-doubter to win the game, nice way to break out of the slump he's been in since his first at bat in Balto. Full story

Godzilla Leads Yanks Over Jays

CC Sabathia pitched eight solid innings, Derek Jeter contributed an RBI-single in his return from a strained right oblique muscle and Hideki Matsui (back from a tight right hamstring) drilled the eventual game-winning homer in the eighth as the Yanks edged the Blue Jays 3-2 in Toronto. Full story

Welcome Back, Nice To Meet You

Alex Rodriguez announced his return to the lineup by taking the first pitch he saw deep for a three-run bomb. It took CC Sabathia a little longer to show the Yanks what they paid for this Winter, but after a complete game shutout, I think the buyer's remorse is a thing of the past. Full story

Yanks and Angels Washed Out

Sunday afternoon's tilt between the Yankees and Angels was rained out. No makeup date was announced, but it looks like the game could be played on Sept. 14. Full story

Melky, Pena Lead Yanks Past Angels

A.J. Burnett persevered through seven, Melky Cabrera snapped a 4-4 tie with an RBI-single in the eighth and Ramiro Pena followed with a two-run double as the Yanks bested the Angels 7-4 at the Stadium. Full story

Burnett Dazzles As Yanks Turn Back Rays

A.J. Burnett tossed six innings of no-hit ball, Nick Swisher went deep again and Derek Jeter crushed a three-run homer in the ninth inning to seal the deal as the Yanks defeated the Rays 7-2 in Tampa. Full story
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