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  • Yanks Put Up Fight But Fall To Blue Jays

    Yanks Put Up Fight But Fall To Blue Jays
    When a Yankee fan turns on the television and sees that his team is down 8-0 in only the first inning, it can be a pretty discouraging and upsetting sight. If that fan continues to watch and sees his team down 9-0 after 2 innings, well he might as well...
  • The Pinstripe Postal Service: Answering Your Yankee Questions, One Week at a Time

    The Pinstripe Postal Service: Answering Your Yankee Questions, One Week at a Time
    The Yankees debate over who will be in their Starting Rotation ended when Pineda went to the 15 Day-DL. Who do you think would have been cut if the injury did not occur and what will happen when Pineda's healthy? Or when Andy Pettite is deemed ready to...
  • Yankees Top Orioles 5-4 in Extra Innings

    Yankees Top Orioles 5-4 in Extra Innings
    People affiliated with baseball say that winning in extra innings is even more beneficial than winning a regular nine inning game because, despite the extra wear and tear, the victory seems sweeter. Add into the equation that the Yankees erased a 4-1...
  • Colon Regains Form, Guides Yankees To Tight Win

    Colon Regains Form, Guides Yankees To Tight Win
    There was a lot of skepticism and criticism directed towards the Yankees when they signed Bartolo Colon, citing his health and absence from the Majors as major concerns. When Colon injured himself from running the short distance of the pitching mound...
  • Manny Ramirez's mixed-fashion sense fits in L.A.

    Manny Ramirez's mixed-fashion sense fits in L.A.
    MANNY RAMIREZ is a 36-year-old Dominican-born slugger with two World Series championship rings, a head full of dreadlocks and a legacy of laissez-faire antics that make him a one-man soap opera on and off the field. From the length of his hair to the...
  • Casey Blake, Chad Billingsley Lead Dodgers To Victory

    Casey Blake, Chad Billingsley Lead Dodgers To Victory
    ARLINGTON, TEXAS -- The Dodgers of 2008 couldn't win without Manny Ramirez. The Dodgers of 2009 can. Asked why, Manager Joe Torre often points to the team's 35-year-old third baseman. Torre likes to talk about how Casey Blake's consistent approach to...
  • Rafael hace que las cosas pasen

    Rafael hace que las cosas pasen
    Durante el juego del viernes pasado contra los Padres, y tras un nuevo turno al bat decepcionante, Andruw Jones regresó a la caseta cabizbajo y lamentándose. Un momento después, Rafael Furcal se le acercó a Andruw, quien antes del juego de ayer bateaba...
  • Lackey Breaks Down in Angels Loss

    Lackey Breaks Down in Angels Loss
    ANAHEIM -- On the bright side, John Lackey lasted more than two pitches in his rematch with the Texas Rangers on Tuesday night. In fact, the Angels' ace threw 105 more pitches than he did in his infamous two-and-out 2009 debut in Texas on May 16. Not...
  • Andruw Jones Powers Rangers Into First Place

    ANAHEIM -- Andruw Jones -- yes, that Andruw Jones, the same overweight, underachieving outfielder the Dodgers paid $21 million last winter to go away -- hit home runs in his first three at-bats Wednesday night to lead the Texas Rangers to an 8-1 romp of...
  • Mariners Long Ball Paces Win Over Rangers

    Mariners Long Ball Paces Win Over Rangers
    Rob Johnson hit a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the seventh inning to lift the Seattle Mariners to a 4-1 victory over the Texas Rangers. Johnson's first homer of the season came off Kevin Millwood (8-7), who pitched six solid innings, but couldn't retire...
  • Bonaire: Dutch mariachis, nude snorkelers and the incomparable Captain Don

    Bonaire: Dutch mariachis, nude snorkelers and the incomparable Captain Don
    "How's your fish?" I was having dinner at a waterfront restaurant, my first evening in Bonaire, and the question from the man at the next table didn't surprise me. The island has been attracting people interested in fish ever since the rakish Don Stewart...
  • Dodgers run into an old mistake

    Dodgers run into an old mistake
    VERO BEACH, Fla. -- On the first day of a new exhibition season, an old problem resurfaced. Two innings into the opening game of Joe Torre's managerial reign and a spring that will probably be the Dodgers' last in Dodgertown, Matt Kemp tried to go from...