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2010 ALCS Game 3: Cliff-Less New York Yankees Lose to Texas Rangers

Even knowing the Texas Rangers had Cliff Lee on the mound, the New York Yankee fans arrived at the game ready for a win and made it loud and clear That dream became a nightmare pretty fast, as Lee brought his A-plus game once again and the Rangers won 8-0. So, instead fans left confused, […]

2010 ALCS Game 3: Time For Yankees Fans To Step It Up In The Bronx

The 2010 ALCS is tied at one game apiece. The New York Yankees couldn’t muster together another comeback win last night and the Texas Rangers won 7-2. Phil Hughes followed in CC Sabathia’s footsteps with another not-so-great performance from a Yankees starter. They’re human, just like the rest of us, and nobody is perfect. The […]

2010 ALCS: Three Reasons The Yankees Will Mess With Texas

On Monday night up in the Bronx, fans will crowd into Yankees Stadium with pits in their stomach. The Yankees will be returning from Texas for Game 3 in the ALCS, and for New York Yankees fans it will be the first one played at home. An ideal homecoming for the Yankees would be a […]

ALCS 2010 Game One: Sabathia Vs. Wilson

This Friday night, at Texas Stadium, the New York Yankees and Texas Rangers will take the field for Game 1 of the ALCS. Both teams promise a battle with the hopes of winning a chance to play in the 2010 World Series. On the mound, both Texas and New York are starting left-handed pitchers, who […]

ALCS 2010: Will Texas Rangers Cliff Lee Give Or Get A Bronx Bombing?

The moment the Texas Rangers‘ Cliff Lee hurled his last strike Tuesday night; he not only killed the Tampa Bay Rays‘ postseason dreams, but also gave the New York Yankees an official ALCS opponent for Game One on Friday night. The Yankees will fly down to Texas to face the Rangers in the seven-game ALCS […]

New York Yankees: Six Days Off ‘Til ALCS Against Texas Rangers or Tampa Bay Rays

The New York Yankees are on their way to another ALCS after sweeping the Minnesota Twins for the second postseason in a row. Phil Hughes, in his first postseason start, pitched a gem on Saturday night, going seven solid innings and allowing no runs to score. It was a real boost for the team going […]