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The More Things Change

If there was some kind of hope last year's championship would've somehow mellowed Joe Girardi's meddlesome tendencies, the first game certainly put a damper on it. Full story

27!

I just got home from The Stadium. My voice is gone, my back is toast, my head is pounding and I've never been more pumped. After the jump I've got a bunch of video I shot during the game and the celebration afterward. Matsui MVP, Mo on the hill to finish it off. Just a perfect night, and the only way to end what was an amazing season. Full story

That's Two

I don't have the energy or the inclination for a long-winded diatribe about just how pitiful Joe Girardi is as a manager. Suffice it to say, the Yankees have lost two games this postseason, both as a direct result of asinine moves by our diminutive manager. I don't feel like a very good Yankee fan right now, because impure thoughts are running through my head. Thoughts like, "If this team wins the series, there's no way they'll get rid of Girardi. And, "If they lost this series and Joe Girardi was fired as a result, I don't think I'd even be upset about losing the series." Watching him submarine this team is one of the most painful things I've had to endure in my 30+ years as a fan. I don't know how much more I can take. Full story

The Ever Declining Defense Of Jorge

After the jump I'm going to share a quote from AJ Burnett with you, then I'll tell you what it really means. If you're a huge Jorge Posada fan, I wouldn't click through. Full story

Girardi Is Trying To Lose This Game

This game isn't over yet, it's tied 0-0 in the top of the 10th right now, but Joe Girardi has done everything in his power to blow it for the Yanks and I just had to break my silence to vent about the moronic actions of our diminutive manager. Full story

Unfortunate Changes

It's been a week to forget as Yankee fans. 2-4 against the Nationals and the Marlins. The Yankee bats have scored to the tune of 5, 2, 0, 5, 1 and 5 over that stretch. Alex Rodriguez needed a couple days off due to fatigue. Sabathia was pulled from Sunday's game after 1.1 innings of work with biceps tendinitis (he says he'll make his next start). I'm sure things will turn around, I mean, CMW only allowed 3 earned in 5 innings of work in his last start. An unbelievable improvement. Still, there's more bad news, check after the jump. Full story

Yankees Weekend Update

After Friday night's hilarious win, the Yanks were staring a 2-1 series win in the face. All they had to do was beat a rookie on Saturday, then take their lumps against Johan Santana on Sunday. Well, they wound up winning the series, but they didn't take the expected route. Full story

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

0 4 8

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

Boston Massacre

On a chilly, rainy day in Boston the Yanks were completely embarrassed by the Sox to the tune of a 7-0 shutout. A.J. Burnett was a disgrace to the road grays, the offense managed a meager two hits. Boston has now tied the Yanks for the lead in the A.L. East, and hold a 6-0 advantage over the Bombers in the season series. 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

Yanks and Rays Rained Out

Friday night's contest between the Yankees and Rays was washed away. No makeup date was announced, but Tampa will return to the Bronx Sept. 7 for a three-game set and both squads will have a day off Sept. 10. 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

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

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
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