First things first. Andy Pettitte was everything the Yankees could’ve hoped for in their 8-0 Game 3 loss to the Rangers. After the dual miserable outings from CC Sabathia and Phil Hughes, Pettitte delivered seven brilliant innings of two-run ball — the only mistake coming on [...]
The Yankees’ starting pitcher sunk the team in a seemingly insurmountable hole early for the second straight game, only this time the Bombers were unable to rally back, falling to the Rangers 7-2 to knot the ALCS at one game apiece.
Phil Hughes just flat-out didn’t have it, [...]
So that Phil Hughes kid can pitch a little bit, eh?
Phil was everything the Yankees could’ve hoped for and more in his first career postseason start and the Yankees’ 6-1 American League Division Series Game 3 clinching victory, tossing seven shutout [...]
The Minnesota Twins really might want to think about letting the Yankees score first one of these postseason games. The Yankees beat the Twins 5-2 in Minnesota to take a commanding 2-0 lead in the 2010 American League Division Series, marking not only their eighth straight win against the [...]
Francisco Liriano was in total control through the first five innings of the first game of the 2010 ALDS, and the three runs the Twins scored for him on a Michael Cuddyer two-run home run and the heads-up baserunning of Orlando Hudson felt like plenty, as Liriano [...]
The 2010 Yankees certainly had their chances to lock up home field advantage for the first two rounds of the playoffs, but a 13-17 run in September/October to close the season out ensured that that would not be the case. The Yankees lost to Boston 8-4 in the 162nd [...]
The Yankees actually won a FOX Saturday Afternoon Game of Death at Fenway — which almost never happens — 6-5 in extra innings, but lost the finale 7-6, also in extra innings, concluding a very long day of baseball in Boston. While ordinarily it’d be hard to complain [...]
It may say Managing General Partner next to Hal Steinbrenner’s name, but it is in fact 24-year-old Brett Cecil who actually owns the New York Yankees. Cecil led the Blue Jays to a 8-3 romp of New York, picking up his Major League-leading fourth win against the Yankees [...]
Needing one more victory to clinch a playoff spot, the Yankees turned to ace CC Sabathia to finally restore some order to the proceedings (since Friday, August 6, the Yankees have gone 26-24 over their last 50 games with a 4.25 team ERA. In the 107 games prior they [...]
The Blue Jays beat the Yankees 7-5 Monday night, continuing what has been a season-long stretch of dominance over New York. The win improved the Jays’ season record against the Yankees to 9-7 (only the Rays have beaten the Yankees more times, with 10 victories), a mark that includes [...]
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