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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

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

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

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

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

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

Yanks Stumble Late As Halos Rally For Win

CC Sabathia was solid through six innings, but Howie Kendrick's infield RBI-single and Torii Hunter's two-run double keyed a four-run seventh and Matt Palmer pitched the game of his life as the Angels doubled up the Yanks 8-4 at the new Stadium. Full story

Posada's Single Completes Yankee Comeback

Andy Pettitte turned in his first clunker of the season and most of the pen didn't fare much better, but Ramiro Pena collected three hits and two runs batted in and Jorge Posada homered and smoked a game-winning two-run single in the ninth to erase a five-run deficit as the Yanks shocked the Angels 10-9 in the Bronx. 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

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

Hughes Impresses As Yanks Rout Tigers

Phil Hughes was dynamite in his first start of the year, Nick Swisher belted a homer and scored three runs and Jose Molina crushed a grand slam as the Yanks spanked the Tigers 11-0 in Motown. Full story

Verlander, Ordonez Too Much For Yanks

CC Sabathia fanned seven through eight, but Justin Verlander pitched seven scoreless frames and Magglio Ordonez drove in two runs as the Tigers topped the Yanks 4-2 in Detroit. The Bombers have dropped four straight and tumbled one game under .500 for the season. Full story

Indians Ruin Yanks' Home Opener

CC Sabathia gutted his way through 5 2/3 innings of one-run ball and Jorge Posada cracked a solo home run, but Jhonny Peralta snapped a 1-1 tie with a two-run double in the seventh and Grady Sizemore walloped a grand slam as the Indians shelled the Yanks 10-2 at the new Stadium. Full story

Jeter's RBI-Single Gives Yanks Comeback Win

Andy Pettitte turned in another stellar performance, Robinson Cano drilled a two-run blast and Derek Jeter delivered a clutch, two-out RBI-single in the top of the ninth as the Yanks stunned the Rays 4-3 on a Wednesday afternoon in Tampa. 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

Blogs by Fans Roundtable -- Part III

This is the third part in a series dedicated to all things baseball. Questions have be posed and answers have been given. Part one of the Blogs by Fans roundtable featured Brian and Loge 13 and can be found here. Part two involved Loge 13 and El Lefty Malo and can be found here. Now it's my turn to answer El Lefty Malo's questions about the Yanks. And awaaaaay we go! Full story

Where's Cashman?

As usual, Brian Cashman is working overtime heading into next week's Winter Meetings in Las Vegas. Cashman jetted across the country, supposedly headed to L.A. for a sit down with Satan Scott Boras (George King got that one wrong).... Full story

Yankee Offseason Plan

I've taken a couple of weeks to gain some perspective on this team. I've read all the rumors and the opinions out there as to what the Yanks should do for 2009 and now I'm ready to put pen to... Full story
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