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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

Missed Opportunities Doom Yankees

Andy Pettitte struggled through five innings, Ian Kinsler reached base four times and drove in a run and Frank Francisco worked a perfect ninth for his 12th save of the season as the Rangers doubled up the Yanks 4-2 at The Stadium. Full story

You Won't Like Me When I'm Angry

Clinging to a 3-2 lead with one out in the bottom of the fourth, Vincente Padilla thought it might be a good time to throw a purpose pitch to Mark Teixeira. The ball found Tex's glute, Tex was not pleased. 15 minutes later, the Yanks led 9-2, Padilla was in the showers conditioning his mullet and the Yanks were a team united. Full story

Yankee Pen Ruins Comeback

After another hard-luck start for Phil Hughes ended in the bottom of the fifth, the Yanks found themselves in a 4-0 hole. Mark Teixeira brought them all the way back with 4 RBI spread over two at bats. The Wanger hung three zeroes on the board to get the game to the ninth tied. Then things took a tragic turn for the Bombers. Full story

Bombers Beat Tribe, Move Into First Place

Andy Pettitte went five serviceable innings before leaving with a stiff back, Alfredo Aceves picked up the slack, pitching three innings of one-hit relief and Derek Jeter singled twice and drove in a run as the Yanks downed the Indians 3-1 in Cleveland. Full story

Yanks Drop The Hammer On Rangers

A.J. Burnett went six uncomfortable but shutout innings, Hideki Matsui belted two homers and Derek Jeter smoked three hits and walked twice as the Yanks whipped the Rangers 9-2 at the Ballpark in Arlington. 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

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

Yanks Dump O's; Winning Streak Hits Eight

Phil Hughes struck out a career-high nine batters through five innings and Nick Swisher, Robinson Cano and Melky Cabrera hit back-to-back-to back homers in the second inning as the Yanks cruised past the Orioles 11-4 in the Bronx. 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

Yankee Bats Wake Up, Pound Blue Jays

Andy Pettitte went six bumpy, but serviceable innings, Brett Gardner homered and drove in three and Mark Teixeira collected two hits and two ribbies as the Yanks roughed up the Blue Jays 8-2 in Toronto. 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

Orioles Slam Hughes, Yankees

Phil Hughes couldn't get out of the second inning, Gregg Zaun rattled off three hits and Aubrey Huff ripped a three-run homer as the Orioles buried the Yanks 12-5 in Baltimore. Full story
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