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New York Yankees: Pitching Test For AJ Burnett Vs. Toronto Blue Jays

The New York Yankees are up in Toronto to play a quick two-games against their AL East Division rival Blue Jays. The Bombers left New York after taking two of three games from the Texas Rangers, who they had not seen since the 2010 ALCS, so the team is feeling pretty confident right now. For […]

2011 New York Yankees: Media Baiting The Bombers Right Into Winning No. 28

It’s September 17, 2011, the New York Yankees are playing a Saturday afternoon game up in Toronto, the second of a three game set against the Blue Jays. Including this game, there are just 10 games left in the regular season. The Yankees, who are leading 4-1 in the bottom of the eighth, are about […]

New York Yankees: Dustin Moseley Can’t Beat theToronto Blue Jays Alone

After losing the first game 2-3, the New York Yankees need to win Tuesday night against the Blue Jays at Rogers Center. The Tampa Bay Rays have caught up to tie in the standings, and the Boston Red Sox are still very much alive. Translation…. inter-division games can kill a team’s chances for playoff berth, […]

Perturbed In Pinsrtipes

Have you heard the news today? Roy Halladay and John Lackey have new places to call home, as two of baseball’s top free agents current deals leaked all around the news today. That was HUGE. There was one thing definitely missing from the sizzling MLB hot stove today? That would be the Yankees. For once Cashman […]

The Good, The Bad, The Yankees

The Yankees continue to win. Proven again by winning two of three against the Toronto Blue Jays after sweeping the Boston Red Sox the four games before this series. The Yankees look good. As with any team, there are still things that need to continue to be productive along with areas that need to improve […]

Joe Girardi’s Secrets: How The Yanks Took A Halladay

The Rogers Centre was at full capacity tonight up in Toronto. The fans looking relieved, confirming it was just a nightmare, as Roy Halladay, the best pitcher in baseball, walked onto the Blue Jays mound once again. Toronto’s ace looked like a goner before the trade deadline but the cost for Roy’s arm was just to high a price, even for the Yankees. […]