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Joba Chamberlain

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

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

Davis, Texas Pen Thwart Yankees

Chris Davis cracked two homers, Marlon Byrd drove in a pair of runs and the bullpen foursome of Jason Jennings, C.J. Wilson, Darren O'Day and Frank Francisco pitched 3 1/3 scoreless innings as the Rangers subdued the Yanks 7-3 in Texas. Full story

Joba Hurt, Yanks Continue To Soar

I guess that's one way to keep Joba's innings down this season. The second batter of the game lined a shot off Joba's knee, he recovered, threw Adam Jones out at first, then tried to pitch through the pain. Two singles later, Joba had to be lifted and the pen had to piece together 8.1 innings of relief work. Luckily, they were up to the task. 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

Damon's Homer Keys Yankees Comeback

Joba Chamberlain gave up three runs in the first inning, but settled down and pitched a decent ballgame, Robinson Cano drilled a solo homer in the seventh and Johnny Damon followed with a three-run bomb as the Yanks turned back the Orioles 5-3 at Camden Yards. Full story

Red Sox Top Yankees, Again

Joba Chamberlain struck out a career-high 12 batters and Johnny Damon went yard for the second game in a row, but Jason Bay belted a three-run homer in the first inning and Josh Beckett scattered 10 hits through six innings as the Red Sox trumped the Yanks 7-3 on a rainy night in the Bronx. Full story

Yanks Survive 9th Inning Scare, Down Tigers

Joba Chamberlain went seven strong, Nick Swisher clubbed two home runs and Hideki Matsui drove in three as the Yanks outlasted the Tigers 8-6 in Detroit. Full story

Pen Falters as Royals Topple Yanks

Joba Chamberlain battled through six and Melky Cabrera drove in the go-ahead run on a double-play ground ball in the seventh, but Phil Coke allowed three runs in the eighth as the Royals nipped the Yanks 6-4 on a rainy afternoon in Kansas City. Full story

Bomber Bats Blister Orioles

Nick Swisher and Robinson Cano combined for six hits, two home runs and seven runs batted in, Mark Teixeira belted his first homer of the year and A.J. Burnett pitched 5 1/3 innings of serviceable ball as the Yanks pounded the O's 11-2 in Baltimore. Full story

Not A Good Start For Joba

And I don't mean on the diamond.Joba Chamberlain was arrested early Saturday morning in Nebraska for allegedly driving under the influence, speeding and having an open container of alcohol in his vehicle.  I'm a pretty laid back kind of guy. ... Full story

Hank On Joba: He'll Start.

The Hammer held court after the first day of the Yankees organizational meetings, he said Joba would be a starter in 2009. Nothing earth-shattering here, and honestly it doesn't even begin to answer the biggest question. Will Joba begin the... Full story

Gardner, Pen Lead Yanks Over Orioles

It's a shame it doesn't matter anymore because it looks like this team is finally hitting its stride.Carl Pavano went five serviceable innings, Brett Gardner drove in a run and made two sparkling defensive plays and the bullpen's fist of... Full story

Back In Third

The Yankees 3-2 win over the Orioles coupled with the BJ's 4-3 loss to the Sawks means the Yanks are no longer one in the bottom half of the A.L. East, they're officially in the middle. Let's see if we... Full story

Wild Pitch, Homers Propel Yanks Past ChiSox

Good comeback.Phil Hughes labored through four but allowed only one run, Xavier Nady tied things up with an RBI-single in the seventh and later scored the go-ahead run on a wild pitch and Johnny Damon and Alex Rodriguez blasted homers... Full story

Yankees Two Better Than Pale Hose

Looks like the Bombers are taking to their unaccustomed roll of spoiler.Alfredo Aceves pitched well in his second start, Xavier Nady blasted a two-run bomb and Wilson Betemit's pinch-hit RBI-double in the seventh snapped a 2-2 tie as the Yanks... Full story

Yankees and Rays Split Double Dip

Lose one, win one.  It's the formula that has gotten this team to where it is today.Mike Mussina labored, James Shields did not and Bobby Abreu's solo homer in the ninth broke up the shutout as the Rays humbled the... Full story

Yanks Drop Another

The good news is the Yanks and Angels played a day game today, meaning I didn't have to wait until after midnight to see the Bombers fold. And did they ever fold.Up 2-0 early, it seemed like they might have... Full story

Abreu, Giambi Lead Yanks Over M's

They're still fighting.Sidney Ponson made one mistake, but Bobby Abreu and Jason Giambi combined to knock in five runs and Hideki Matsui added three hits and an RBI as the Yanks stopped the Mariners 7-4 at Safeco Field.  This was... Full story

Moose and Co. Trip Up Rays

Who was that third-place team?Mike Mussina went six serviceable innings, Xavier Nady clobbered a two-run homer and the bullpen finished things up as the Yanks cut down the Rays 7-2 in Tampa.  The Bombers scored six unanswered runs at one... Full story
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