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Archive of entries posted on September 2010

New York Yankees: Three Game Losing Streak Not Magical

The New York Yankees are not in the playoffs; their magic number remains frozen at three just for a spot in October. Three appears to be getting bigger and growing harder to reach with each game. The Yankees need to stop playing Jekyll and Hyde since winning the first two games of their last series […]

It’s Pitching Match-Up Deja Vu: Yankees-Rays And A Pair Of Aces

The New York Yankees lost the third game to the Tampa Bay Rays Wednesday night, with a final score of 7-2. The Yankees lead this four-game set, 2-1, with a goal to win the final and take the series. The Rays’ best, and only shot is to spilt the series, creeping up on the AL […]

New York Yankees: Four Days, Three Wins, One Surreal Goodbye and They’re Hot

Who’s the hottest team in MLB right now? The answer is the New York Yankees. Anyone who tells you otherwise is a Yankee-hater, because you either bleed pinstripes or you burn them. It is that simple. Looking back to just 7 days ago, things were not going so well for New York who finished 2-8 […]

New York Yankees: Three Is A Magic Number. Yes It Is, It’s Our Magic Number.

Winning for the second night against the Tampa Bay Rays, the New York Yankees are 2 ½ games ahead in the AL East; in addition to lowering their magic number for playoff spot to three and winning the division to 10.Yankees can thank the Boston Red Sox for helping those numbers falling to the Baltimore […]

New York Yankees: Couldn’t Get A Loss When Honoring The Boss

New York Yankees are finally home in the Bronx. Monday night opened a four game set against the Tampa Bay Rays. Before the start of the game, the Yankees honored owner George Steinbrenner, who passed away on July 13th, which ironically was the same day of the All-Star Game. The ceremony was surreal, as the […]

Yankees-Rays: Why This Series Will Still Leave The AL East Up For Grabs

Ending a horrid 3-6 road trip, the New York Yankees are glad to be back home. Home or not though, starting with a 4-game series against the second-place Tampa Bay Rays, the next two weeks will challenge the Yankees in every possible way. The Yankees come into the week with a 90-59 record, just a […]