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Thursday, September 29, 2011
Posted on September 29, 2011 at 06:32 PM.

It's about that time, you guys.
Monday, September 5, 2011
Posted on September 5, 2011 at 01:34 PM.

Wow: I gave up another homer.

Ump beware.

Batter beware.

The Orioles prepare for the Grandy Man.

Oops, I dropped my swagger.

Yankees suffer loss at home, as lead over Rays in the AL East drops to 6 and a half games.

The Yankees suffered a 6-0 defeat to the Orioles at Yankee Stadium last night, slashing their AL East lead to 6 and a half games over the Rays.

Bartolo Colon was the starter and loser, despite giving up only 5 hits (and 4 runs) in a relatively short outing (5 innings).

Curtis Granderson went 1-for-3 in what was an unusually quiet offensive day. In the game Brian Roberts picked up career RBI number 500.

The Yankees will start Manny Banuelos (19-3, 3.77) tomorrow night in game 2 of the series, while the Orioles counter with Zach Britton (6-3, 3.90)

BAL at NYY - Yankee Stadium
Sep 5, 2011123456789RHE
Baltimore Orioles (69-72)0021100116110
New York Yankees (101-42)000000000040
W: Jake Arrieta (12-12) L: Bartolo Colon (16-8)
Baltimore Orioles
Roberts, 2B5332002 (14).249
Markakis, RF401001.297
Wieters, C400000.275
Reynolds, 3B4131001 (27).258
Guerrero, DH401100.271
Jones, CF401001.255
Scott, LF411001.249
Hardy, SS3112011 (14).244
Fox, 1B400002.262
2B: N. Markakis (42)
3B: L. Scott (1)
HR: B. Roberts 2 (14), M. Reynolds (27), J. Hardy (14)
RBI: B. Roberts 2 (43), V. Guerrero (77), M. Reynolds (81), J. Hardy 2 (64)
SF: J. Hardy
GIDP: V. Guerrero
New York Yankees
Jeter, SS300001.278
Nunez, SS100001.235
Granderson, LF301001.285
Jones, LF000010.279
Teixeira, 1B301001.322
Chavez, 1B100000.260
Rodriguez, 3B300002.274
Posada, 3B000000.311
Cano, 2B301000.260
Montero, DH300001.272
Swisher, RF300001.287
Martin, C300000.280
Gardner, CF301002.288
GIDP: M. Teixeira, N. Swisher
Baltimore Orioles
J. Arrieta (W, 12-12)9.04001104.08
TEAM TOTALS9.04001104.08
New York Yankees
B. Colon (L, 16-8)5.0544032.79
P. Hughes2.2311032.28
L. Ayala1.1311003.47
TEAM TOTALS9.0116606
Sunday, September 4, 2011
Posted on September 4, 2011 at 11:16 AM.

Did we really just sweep the Yankees? Yup.

This team is so conceited: They still play New York New York even when they lose!

Your player of the game.

Yankees suffer loss at home, as lead over Rays in AL East drops to 7 and a half games.

The Yankees suffered a 5-0 loss to the Blue Jays last night, cutting their AL East lead to 7 and a half games over the Rays.

Mark Teixeira went 2-for-4 to provide a small jolt for the offense.

Freddy Garcia (14-8) was the starter and loser, working 6 and a third inning allowing 4 runs on 6 hits in defeat. Joe Girardi gave an assessment after the team's performance, saying, "I'm lucky enough that this team has built up such a lead in the division. To have the Blue Jays come in a sweep us on our turf is quite disturbing for me to fathom. Have a good day, folks."

The Yankees start a new series in New York tomorrow night, sending Bartolo Colon (16-7, 2.67) to the mound against the Orioles and Jake Arrieta (11-12, 4.29).

TOR at NYY - Yankee Stadium
Sep 4, 2011123456789RHE
Toronto Blue Jays (68-73)002001110580
New York Yankees (101-41)000000000032
W: Clayton Richard (7-14) L: Freddy Garcia (14-8)
Toronto Blue Jays
Patterson, CF310010.240
Escobar, SS4222001 (9).270
Arencibia, C400001.274
Lind, 1B400001.239
Snider, LF402101.281
Shealy, RF400000.303
Hill, 2B400001.235
Encarnacion, 3B4241001 (11).204
Thomas, DH400000.225
2B: Y. Escobar (21), T. Snider (22), E. Encarnacion 2 (14)
HR: Y. Escobar (9), E. Encarnacion (11)
RBI: Y. Escobar 2 (39), T. Snider (77), E. Encarnacion (34)
New York Yankees
Jeter, SS401001.279
Granderson, LF400001.285
Teixeira, 1B402002.322
Rodriguez, 3B300002.275
Cano, 2B300001.260
Montero, DH200011.273
Swisher, RF200010.289
Martin, C300001.282
Gardner, CF300001.287
2B: M. Teixeira 2 (28)
GIDP: N. Swisher
SB: N. Swisher (3)
CS: D. Jeter (3)
E: M. Teixeira (3), R. Cano (4)
Toronto Blue Jays
C. Richard (7-14)9.03002104.28
TEAM TOTALS9.03002104.28
New York Yankees
F. Garcia (L, 14-8)6.1644133.99
L. Ayala0.2000003.38
P. Hughes2.0211012.24
Saturday, September 3, 2011
Posted on September 3, 2011 at 01:48 PM.

Aaron Hill was the player of the game. - Seen here getting ready to reek havoc on a ball.

I call this the slutty scoreboard. [It gets plenty of action]

New York toppled at home, shrinking their AL East lead to 8 and a half games over the Rays.

The Yankees lost some ground in the AL East, as the Blue Jays scored a 9-4 win at Yankee Stadium last night, Cutting New York's lead to 8 and a half games ahead of the Rays.

Eric Chavez slugged a home run and drove in 2 runs, going 2-for-4 at the plate to lead the offense.

C.C. Sabathia (16-8) got the call, but perhaps shouldn't have answered it, as he pitched only 4 and a third innings, giving up 7 runs and 8 hits, to take the loss. Joe Girardi talked about his club's performance in a post-game interview. "C.C. sucked a great deal today. Goodbye."

The two teams conclude their series this afternoon at Yankee Stadium, with Freddy not so krueger Garcia (14-7, 3.94) going for the Yankees against Clayton Richard (6-14, 4.54) and the Blue Jays.

TOR at NYY - Yankee Stadium
Sep 3, 2011123456789RHE
Toronto Blue Jays (67-72)0012402009110
New York Yankees (101-40)020200000453
W: A.J. Burnett (11-11) L: C.C. Sabathia (16-8) S: Jason Frasor (1)
Toronto Blue Jays
Patterson, CF421011.242
Escobar, SS512100.268
Arencibia, C421111.276
Hill, 2B5123001 (22).237
Snider, LF512001.279
Shealy, DH301100.314
Encarnacion, 1B4112001 (10).193
Thomas, RF400001.250
Nix, 3B411000.155
HR: A. Hill (22), E. Encarnacion (10)
RBI: Y. Escobar (37), R. Shealy (15), A. Hill 3 (70), J. Arencibia (56), E. Encarnacion 2 (33)
SF: R. Shealy
SB: C. Patterson 2 (19)
New York Yankees
Jeter, SS401002.280
Granderson, LF400001.287
Teixeira, 1B300013.320
Rodriguez, 3B310012.277
Cano, 2B3212111 (21).261
Chavez, DH4122021 (8).262
Montero, C301002.274
Swisher, RF300012.290
Gardner, CF200011.289
HR: R. Cano (21), E. Chavez (8)
RBI: R. Cano 2 (77), E. Chavez 2 (30)
GIDP: N. Swisher
SB: B. Gardner (57)
E: D. Jeter (13), J. Montero 2 (2)
Toronto Blue Jays
A. Burnett (W, 11-11)6.04445133.94
J. Frasor (S, 1)3.0100032.51
TEAM TOTALS9.0544516
New York Yankees
C. Sabathia (L, 16-8)4.1876104.56
J. Chamberlain2.0021122.23
R. Soriano0.2200002.70
L. Ayala1.0000003.42
P. Hughes1.0100022.18
TEAM TOTALS9.0119724
Posted on September 3, 2011 at 11:10 AM.
Due to my loss of laptop it made it extremely hard for me to continue my last season of Yankee baseball. I now have my laptop fully up and running at this point. I've been trying to play along with the real-life Yankees: So the first game I will be posting will be today's game against the Toronto Blue Jays.

The scheduled pitching match-up is C.C. Sabathia (16-7 4.37) going up against A.J. [Yes] A.J. Burnett (10-11 3.87) for the Blue Jays. I released A.J. early on in the season due to me not having faith in him anymore.

The Yankees are currently 101-39 which puts them atop the AL East with the Rays trailing in second[9.0 games back] with a record of 92-48. (Red Sox in third 90-49. L10: 8-2)

So here I go with more dynasty posts of Yankee baseball!
Saturday, January 1, 2011
Posted on January 1, 2011 at 09:12 PM.

You don't want to see Andy on the mound when you're up to bat! He's playing out of his mind!

Who said Gardy didn't have power!

Sir Lancelot rides to the rescue! C’est lui! C’est lui!

The Yankees win an AL East matchup at home, taking their win streak to 8 with a victory over the Orioles.

The Yankees demolished the Orioles 12-0 last night, winning in front of 52,325 happy fans at Yankee Stadium.

Andy Pettitte was the star on the mound, hurling 7 scoreless frames in picking up his 9th win of the season.

Going 3-for-4 and driving in 2 runs, Mark Teixeira was the catalyst offensively.

Skipper, Joe Girardi, gave some comments on his team's performance, saying,"It's hard to be on the winning end of a game like this sometimes, but not as hard as it is to be on the losing end. I'm glad my boys have put together another great streak of wins. Let's keep pushing for some history here!"

The series continues tonight with Roy Oswalt (5-3, 4.66) going for the Yankees and Jeremy Guthrie (3-4, 5.51) slated to work for the Orioles.

Orioles at Yankees - Yankee Stadium™
Jun 1, 2010123456789RHE
Baltimore (23-29)000000000040
New York (34-18)03104022X12140
Player of the Game: Andy Pettitte - IP: 7.0 H: 3 R: 0 ER: 0 BB: 0 K: 6 ERA: 0.00
W: Andy Pettitte (9-1) L: Brad Bergesen (2-5)
Scoring Summary
2ndGranderson doubled to center, out while advancing extra bases (8-6-5). Cano scores. Berkman scores. Martin scores.03
3rdCano grounded out to Bergesen on a chopper (1-3). Teixeira scores. Rodriguez advances to 2nd.04
5thTeixeira doubled to center. Gardner scores. Swisher scores.06
5thCano lined to left for a single. Teixeira scores. Rodriguez advances to 3rd.07
5thMartin grounded to right for a single. Cano scores.08
7thBerkman homered to left. Cano scores.010
8thGardner homered to right. Jeter scores.012
Baltimore Orioles
Roberts, 2B400000.273
Tejada, 3B401001.311
Wieters, C401002.243
Scott, DH300000.246
Atkins, 1B300001.235
Markakis, RF300001.275
Jones, CF300000.320
Reimold, LF301001.327
Izturis, SS301000.276
2B: M. Wieters (9)
GIDP: B. Roberts
New York Yankees
Gardner, LF421201.284
Swisher, RF411002.275
Teixeira, 1B423210.307
Rodriguez, 3B301011.284
Cano, 2B332210.233
Berkman, DH321210.279
Martin, C412100.327
Granderson, CF401303.304
Jeter, SS412001.251
TEAM TOTALS3312141248
2B: D. Jeter (8), C. Granderson (6), M. Teixeira 2 (10)
HR: L. Berkman (8), B. Gardner (1)
RBI: C. Granderson 3 (26), M. Teixeira 2 (33), R. Cano 2 (24), L. Berkman 2 (24), R. Martin (20), B. Gardner 2 (9)
HBP: N. Swisher, B. Gardner
SB: R. Cano (18), R. Martin (5)
CS: D. Jeter (10), M. Teixeira (11), N. Swisher (11)
Baltimore Orioles
B. Bergesen (L, 2-5)4.0644234.92
M. Hendrickson1.0344115.05
C. Meredith2.0322021.74
M. Albers1.0222123.21
TEAM TOTALS8.014121248
New York Yankees
A. Pettitte (W, 9-1)7.0300062.68
J. Chamberlain1.0000003.15
K. Wood1.0100001.13
WP: A. Pettitte (2)
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Posted on December 30, 2010 at 08:07 PM.
End of May(hem) Report

MLB Standings - Updated: May 31, 2010
New York Yankees3318.647 -18-515-13284214
Tampa Bay Rays3220.6151.517-1015-10261223
Boston Red Sox3022.5773.516-1314-9282253
Baltimore Orioles2328.45110.09-1414-14234261
Toronto Blue Jays1835.34016.08-1810-17220273
Cleveland Indians3020.600 -16-714-13255277
Chicago White Sox2922.5691.516-813-14272223
Kansas City Royals2527.4816.012-1213-15195208
Minnesota Twins2130.4129.512-159-15272272
Detroit Tigers2131.40410.012-139-18211278
Los Angeles Angels3518.660 -23-612-12323209
Seattle Mariners2327.46010.512-1411-13211217
Texas Rangers2228.44011.514-138-15233276
Oakland Athletics1636.30818.56-2110-15200279
Tampa Bay Rays3220.615 -17-1015-10261223
Boston Red Sox3022.5772.016-1314-9282253
Chicago White Sox2922.5692.516-813-14272223
Philadelphia Phillies2724.529 -12-1115-13223203
New York Mets2725.5190.514-1413-11202230
Atlanta Braves2625.5101.012-1114-14207211
Washington Nationals2626.5001.512-1214-14227240
Florida Marlins2032.3857.510-1910-13258264
Milwaukee Brewers2922.569 -13-1116-11246216
St. Louis Cardinals2725.5192.514-1013-15257272
Chicago Cubs2626.5003.511-1615-10243224
Cincinnati Reds2626.5003.512-1814-8248249
Houston Astros1932.37310.010-189-14182220
Pittsburgh Pirates1339.25016.55-198-20183285
Los Angeles Dodgers3516.686 -13-1122-5273197
San Francisco Giants3218.6402.517-1115-7214178
Arizona Diamondbacks3121.5964.510-1321-8255231
Colorado Rockies2626.5009.513-1213-14253238
San Diego Padres2427.47111.010-1814-9234240
San Francisco Giants3218.640 -17-1115-7214178
Arizona Diamondbacks3121.5962.010-1321-8255231
New York Mets2725.5196.014-1413-11202230
St. Louis Cardinals2725.5196.014-1013-15257272
Atlanta Braves2625.5106.512-1114207211
Washington Nationals2626.5007.012-1214-14227240
Chicago Cubs2626.5007.011-1615-10243224
Cincinnati Reds2626.5007.012-1814-8248249
Colorado Rockies2626.5007.013-1213-14253238

MLB League Leaders - Updated: May 31, 2010
1. Gordon Beckham.3781. Juan Rivera76
2. David Ortiz.3622. Shin-Soo Choo71
3. Erick Aybar.3593. Miguel Tejada69
4. Joe Mauer.3544. Denard Span69
5. Mike Lowell.3495. Mike Lowell68
1. Kendry Morales191. Juan Rivera54
2. Bengie Molina162. Kendry Morales49
3. Juan Rivera163. Justin Morneau45
4. Justin Morneau144. Travis Hafner43
5. Nick Swisher145. Nick Swisher40
1. Kendry Morales.6501. Andy Pettitte8
2. David Ortiz.6382. Jon Lester7
3. Gordon Beckham.6363. Jensen Lewis7
4. Grady Sizemore.6304. Matt Harrison7
5. Juan Rivera.6095. Scott Schoeneweis7
1. Jered Weaver2.041. Josh Beckett84
2. Cliff Lee2.652. Zack Greinke79
3. Matt Garza2.923. Scott Kazmir70
4. Andy Pettitte2.964. Jake Peavy70
5. Gil Meche2.985. Justin Verlander68

2010 New York Yankees Stats - Hitting
Alex Rodriguez375112212391870129.283.363.572
Mark Teixeira36558193118541610.297.378.497
Derek Jeter3243704172562219.246.353.354
Robinson Cano30409052221511710.226.317.362
Nick Swisher284981144010691010.275.332.567
Curtis Granderson24515172312441611.305.363.473
Lance Berkman244290722222804.278.377.477
Jorge Posada233770928125354.226.282.433
Russell Martin2352120419202542.323.402.472
Brett Gardner17322007627207.286.355.304
Marcus Thames611200341621.268.333.317
Ramiro Pena4600020530.300.333.300
Brooks Conrad2300130210.333.333.667
2010 New York Yankees Stats - Pitching
Andy Pettitte8107067.0572286340.942.96
C.C. Sabathia7204074.1843398461.244.00
Roy Oswalt5306063.2713387371.234.66
Cliff Lee4106051.0401578310.942.65
Phil Hughes3004043.2381646261.013.30
Mariano Rivera21140022.026620131.182.45
Joba Chamberlain22001333.1291253270.963.24
Alfredo Aceves1100129.0412043171.526.21
David Robertson1100614.015723121.294.50
Doug Davis1200029.2362099231.526.07
Kerry Wood00160223.014333230.741.17
Posted on December 30, 2010 at 08:00 PM.

Cliff is showing you the direction that his win record is going!

Mark tries to get a better look at his home run ball as it crosses over the wall!

Robinson with a bat flip of relief after hitting his home run!

Yankees pick up consecutive win number 7, beating the Indians at home.

It was a fairly easy win for the Yankees yesterday afternoon, as they took care of the Indians 7-1 in front of 52,325 fans at Yankee Stadium.

Cliff Lee allowed 1 run on 7 hits, while striking out 6 to earn his 4th win of the season.

Robinson Cano provided the firepower, with a home run and 3 RBI as part of a 2-for-3 day at the plate.

Manager Joe Giradi, discussed his team's performance, said,"Once we knocked Anthony Reyes around a bit, I knew we had a good chance to win."

Andy Pettitte (8-1, 2.96) will get the call for the Yankees tonight against Brad Bergesen (2-4, 4.63) and the Orioles, who come into town for the first game of a new series.

Indians at Yankees - Yankee Stadium™
May 31, 2010123456789RHE
Cleveland (30-20)100000000170
New York (33-18)00121210X780
Player of the Game: Cliff Lee - IP: 9.0 H: 7 R: 1 ER: 1 BB: 0 K: 6 ERA: 1.00
W: Cliff Lee (4-1) L: Anthony Reyes (1-1)
Scoring Summary
1stSizemore homered to right.10
3rdGardner doubled to left. Conrad scores.11
4thCano hit a sacrifice fly to Sizemore (SF8). Teixeira scores. Rodriguez advances to 3rd.12
4thBerkman grounded out to Branyan (3U). Rodriguez scores.13
5thConrad homered to center.14
6thCano homered to right. Rodriguez scores.16
7thTeixeira homered to center.17
Cleveland Indians
Sizemore, CF413100.340
Cabrera, SS401000.307
Choo, RF401002.343
Branyan, 1B401001.243
Peralta, 3B300001.264
Brantley, LF301001.241
Santana, DH300000.266
Redmond, C300001.203
Grudzelanek, 2B300000.315
HR: G. Sizemore (13)
RBI: G. Sizemore (37)
GIDP: J. Peralta, R. Branyan, C. Santana
New York Yankees
Gardner, CF401101.286
Swisher, DH401002.275
Teixeira, 1B321101.297
Rodriguez, 3B321011.283
Cano, 2B312301.226
Berkman, LF300111.278
Posada, C300012.226
Thames, RF200002.268
Conrad, SS322100.333
2B: B. Gardner (2)
HR: M. Teixeira (9), R. Cano (5), B. Conrad (1)
RBI: M. Teixeira (31), R. Cano 3 (22), L. Berkman (22), B. Conrad (3), B. Gardner (7)
HBP: M. Teixeira
SF: R. Cano
SAC: M. Thames
SB: R. Cano (17), B. Conrad (1)
CS: R. Cano (10), N. Swisher (10)
Cleveland Indians
A. Reyes (L, 1-1)5.0544164.92
T. Sipp1.0122226.08
J. Lewis1.0111022.91
J. Wright1.0100015.28
TEAM TOTALS8.0877311
WP: A. Reyes 2 (2), T. Sipp 2 (2)
New York Yankees
C. Lee (W, 4-1)9.0711062.65
TEAM TOTALS9.0711062.65

Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Posted on December 29, 2010 at 05:17 PM.

I CC you pitching!

Don't ever get too far off of a base. Because Swishalicious is always watching!

Case and point!

New York increases their win streak to 6 after beating Cleveland at home.

The 52,094 fans in attendance at Yankee Stadium went home happy following the Yankees 6-2 victory over the Indians yesterday.

C.C. Sabathia worked a solid game, giving up 2 runs along the way to win number 7 of the season.

The club got a small boost from Russell Martin, who had 1 RBI and went 1-for-2 at the plate.

Manager Joe Girardi was asked what he thought of the game."Thanks to the guys who are pitching, hitting, and fielding well, I look like a genius. Let's hope we keep it up!"

The Yankees try to wrap up the sweep tonight, giving the start to Cliff Lee (3-1, 3.00) while the Indians counter with Anthony Reyes (1-0, 4.70).

Indians at Yankees - Yankee Stadium™
May 30, 2010123456789RHE
Cleveland (30-19)000000101260
New York (32-18)20000400X650
Player of the Game: C.C. Sabathia - IP: 9.0 H: 6 R: 2 ER: 2 BB: 0 K: 3 ERA: 2.00
W: C.C. Sabathia (7-2) L: Fausto Carmona (1-3)
Scoring Summary
1stSwisher stole 2nd. Gardner scored.01
1stCano grounded to right for a single. Swisher scores.02
6thRodriguez tripled to center. Teixeira scores.03
6thBerkman grounded to right for a single. Rodriguez scores. Cano advances to 2nd.04
6thMartin lined to right for a single. Cano scores. Berkman advances to 3rd.05
6thGranderson reached first on fielder's choice (6-4). Martin out. Berkman scores.06
7thSizemore homered to right.16
9thSizemore homered to left.26
Cleveland Indians
Choo, RF400000.345
Cabrera, SS401000.309
LaPorta, 1B400000.250
Sizemore, CF422201.332
Redmond, C400000.211
Santana, DH301000.271
Brantley, LF301000.237
Peralta, 3B301001.268
Grudzelanek, 2B200001.326
HR: G. Sizemore 2 (12)
RBI: G. Sizemore 2 (36)
HBP: M. Grudzelanek
GIDP: J. Peralta, M. LaPorta
New York Yankees
Gardner, LF310010.287
Swisher, RF311011.276
Teixeira, 1B310012.297
Rodriguez, 3B311111.282
Cano, 2B311110.218
Berkman, DH311110.284
Martin, C201101.323
Granderson, CF300100.305
Jeter, SS200010.246
3B: A. Rodriguez (2)
RBI: C. Granderson (23), A. Rodriguez (39), R. Cano (19), L. Berkman (21), R. Martin (19)
SAC: R. Martin
SB: C. Granderson (16), N. Swisher 3 (10)
CS: R. Cano (9), L. Berkman (4), N. Swisher (9)
Cleveland Indians
F. Carmona (L, 1-3)5.1233637.48
T. Sipp0.2333105.11
R. Perez2.0000024.56
New York Yankees
C. Sabathia (W, 7-2)9.0622034.00
TEAM TOTALS9.0622034.00
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Posted on December 28, 2010 at 06:49 PM.

Robinson surely knows how to turn a double play!

Derek is still doing his thing despite the critics critiquing his game.

This swing is absolutely Swishalicious!

MR42 is no stranger to closing games!

In a tight contest, Yankees beat the Indians.

The Yankees escaped with a narrow victory last night, beating the Indians 4-3 in front of 52,325 fans at Yankee Stadium.

Providing the offense was Nick Swisher, who went 3-for-3 with a home run and 4 RBI.

Phil Hughes got through 5 and a third innings of work, allowing 3 runs and 5 hits, but it was good enough for his 3rd straight victory and 3rd of the season.

C.C. Sabathia (6-2, 4.27) gets the call for New York in game 3 at Yankee Stadium this afternoon, and the Indians will send Fausto Carmona (1-2, 7.82) to the mound to oppose the Yankees' big gun.

Indians at Yankees - Yankee Stadium™
May 29, 2010123456789RHE
Cleveland (30-18)010011000370
New York (31-18)00103000X430
Player of the Game: Nick Swisher - AB: 3 R: 1 H: 3 2B: 1 HR: 1 RBI: 4
W: Phil Hughes (3-0) L: Mitch Talbot (4-3) S: Mariano Rivera (14)
Scoring Summary
2ndBrantley hit a sacrifice fly to Granderson (SF8). Hafner scores.10
3rdSwisher doubled to right. Jeter scores.11
5thValbuena homered to right.21
5thSwisher homered to left. Granderson scores. Berkman scores.24
6thHafner hit a sacrifice fly to Berkman (SF7). Cabrera scores.34
Cleveland Indians
Sizemore, CF400000.328
Cabrera, SS312000.310
Choo, RF400000.352
Branyan, 1B402002.243
Hafner, DH312100.298
LaPorta, PR000000.275
Peralta, 3B400000.267
Brantley, LF300101.234
Santana, C300000.269
Valbuena, 2B311101.274
2B: T. Hafner (12)
3B: T. Hafner (1)
HR: L. Valbuena (3)
RBI: T. Hafner (43), M. Brantley (4), L. Valbuena (18)
HBP: A. Cabrera
SF: T. Hafner, M. Brantley
GIDP: S. Choo
New York Yankees
Gardner, LF100000.295
Berkman, LF110000.283
Swisher, RF313410.275
Teixeira, 1B400003.302
Rodriguez, 3B400002.282
Cano, 2B300001.216
Posada, DH300002.230
Martin, C300002.321
Granderson, CF210011.311
Jeter, SS210002.249
2B: N. Swisher (8)
HR: N. Swisher (14)
RBI: N. Swisher 4 (40)
HBP: D. Jeter, L. Berkman
SAC: B. Gardner
SB: D. Jeter (21), C. Granderson (15), N. Swisher (7)
CS: A. Rodriguez (9), N. Swisher (8)
Cleveland Indians
M. Talbot (L, 4-3)5.0244295.81
J. Wright 2.0000005.46
J. Lewis1.0100012.78
TEAM TOTALS8.0344213
WP: M. Talbot (1), J. Wright (1)
New York Yankees
P. Hughes (W, 3-0)5.1533023.30
D. Robertson (H, 6)0.2000004.50
J. Chamberlain (H, 13)1.0000013.24
K. Wood (H, 2)1.0100001.17
M. Rivera (S, 14)1.0100012.45
Sunday, December 19, 2010
Posted on December 19, 2010 at 07:23 PM.

Nick was upset that he didn't have a chance to make a play on the ball!

Mark shows you that playing 1B is a tough job!

Signs of life from Cano, and don't cha know!

It's 4 in a row for Yankees, who defeat the Indians at home. The Yankees were able to come through for their fans last night, winning a close game over the Indians, 8-5.

Robinson Cano carried the club (finally), going 3-for-4 with a home run and 4 RBIs.

Roy Oswalt allowed 4 runs and 11 hits over 7 innings of work to collect his 5th win of the season, and it also extended his winning streak to 3 in a row.

The series resumes this afternoon, with Phil Hughes (2-0, 3.05) scaling the mound for the Yankees to face off with Mitch Talbot (4-2, 5.66) and the Indians.

Indians at Yankees - Yankee Stadium™
May 28, 2010123456789RHE
Cleveland (30-17)0001120015131
New York (30-18)31202000X881
Player of the Game: Robinson Cano - AB: 4 R: 1 H: 3 HR: 1 RBI: 4
W: Roy Oswalt (5-3) L: Jake Westbrook (3-3)
Scoring Summary
1stRodriguez doubled to center. Teixeira scores.01
1stCano homered to right. Rodriguez scores.03
2ndGranderson struck out on a dropped third strike. Martin Scores.04
3rdSwisher scored on a wild pitch. Teixeira reached 3rd on a wild pitch.05
3rdCano grounded out to Valbuena (4-3). Teixeira scores.06
4thPeralta homered to right.16
5thBranyan grounded to right for a single. Sizemore scores. Choo advances to 3rd.26
5thTeixeira stole 2nd. Gardner scored.27
5thCano flied to left for a single. Teixeira scores.28
6thSizemore grounded out to Jeter (6-3). Santana scores. Valbuena advances to 3rd.38
6thCabrera linded to center for a single. Valbuena scores.48
9thSizemore homered to right.58
Cleveland Indians
Sizemore, CF522201.335
Cabrera, SS502100.304
Choo, RF503000.359
Branyan, 1B501102.236
Hafner, DH501001.293
Peralta, 3B412100.273
Brantley, LF400000.243
Santana, C411000.274
Valbuena, 2B411003.273
2B: J. Peralta (19), L. Valbuena (10)
HR: G. Sizemore (10), J. Peralta (4)
RBI: A. Cabrera (21), G. Sizemore 2 (34), J. Peralta (23), R. Branyan (21)
E: A. Cabrera (6)
New York Yankees
Gardner, LF412001.298
Swisher, RF410003.262
Teixeira, 1B231011.309
Rodriguez, 3B411100.288
Cano, 2B413400.220
Posada, DH400003.234
Martin, C411002.327
Granderson, CF300002.315
Jeter, SS300003.251
2B: A. Rodriguez (12), R. Martin (12)
HR: R. Cano (4)
RBI: A. Rodriguez (38), R. Cano 4 (18)
HBP: M. Teixeira
SB: M. Teixeira (16), R. Cano (16), N. Swisher (6), B. Gardner 2 (20)
CS: B. Gardner (7)
E: D. Jeter (4)
Cleveland Indians
J. Westbrook (L, 3-3)4.0475185.84
A. Laffey2.0211036.00
J. Lewis2.0200042.84
TEAM TOTALS8.0886115
WP: J. Westbrook 2 (2)
New York Yankees
R. Oswalt (W, 5-3)7.01144064.66
K. Wood1.0000011.23
J. Chamberlain1.0211003.34
TEAM TOTALS9.0135507
Thursday, December 16, 2010
Posted on December 16, 2010 at 08:28 PM.

Oh Andy, you're just dandy!

Andy is playing out of his mind!

Curtis, you're something grand!

There's no place like the road for the Yankees, as they finish off the sweep of the Twins.

Last night at Target Field, a disappointed crowd of 23,509 saw the Twins drop a 6-2 decision to the Yankees.

Andy Pettitte earned his 8th win of the season, giving up 2 runs on 5 hits, while striking out 7.

Curtis Granderson had a big game offensively, bashing a home run and driving in 3 runs.

Tonight's game with the Indians is the first of a 7-game homestand for the Yankees, who give the starting nod to Roy Oswalt (4-3, 4.61), while the Indians go with Jake Westbrook (3-2, 5.36).

Yankees at Twins - Target Field™
May 27, 2010123456789RHE
New York (29-18)2100101016100
Minnesota (20-28)000000002250
Player of the Game: Curtis Granderson - AB: 4 R: 1 H: 3 3B: 1 HR: 1 RBI: 3
W: Andy Pettitte (8-1) L: Carl Pavano (1-4)
Scoring Summary
1stSwisher tripled to center. Gardner scores.10
1stRodriguez lined to left for a single. Swisher scores.20
2ndGranderson homered to right.30
5thJeter homered to left.40
7thGranderson lined to center for a single, out while advancing extra bases (8-3-6). Martin scores.50
9thGranderson tripled to right, out while advancing extra bases (9-6-2). Posada scores.60
9thMauer homered to left. Hudson scores.62
New York Yankees
Gardner, LF311011.290
Swisher, RF412100.268
Teixeira, 1B400002.306
Rodriguez, 3B302111.289
Cano, 2B300012.207
Posada, DH411001.240
Martin, C410002.329
Granderson, CF413300.321
Jeter, SS311102.256
TEAM TOTALS326106311
3B: C. Granderson (1), N. Swisher (1)
HR: D. Jeter (4), C. Granderson (7)
RBI: D. Jeter (17), C. Granderson 3 (22), A. Rodriguez (37), N. Swisher (36)
GIDP: M. Teixeira, J. Posada
SB: A. Rodriguez 3 (12), B. Gardner (18)
CS: A. Rodriguez (8)
Minnesota Twins
Span, CF300010.314
Hudson, 2B411001.238
Mauer, C412201.358
Morneau, 1B400002.317
Cuddyer, RF300001.242
Harris, SS301000.315
Kubel, DH300000.293
Hardy, 3B000000.220
Casilla, 3B301000.167
Punto, LF300002.239
HR: J. Mauer (8)
RBI: J. Mauer 2 (36)
GIDP: O. Hudson, M. Cuddyer
New York Yankees
A. Pettitte (W, 8-1)9.0522172.96
Minnesota Twins
C. Pavano (L, 1-4)5.0644344.85
M. Guerrier1.0100016.03
C. Condrey1.0111034.01
J. Mijares1.0000026.53
P. Neshek1.0211012.93
TEAM TOTALS9.01066311
WP: C. Condrey (2)
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Posted on December 14, 2010 at 09:05 PM.

A-Rod slides across home on his inside the park home run!

Denard teaches you how to exspan your range in the outfield!

Denard surely couldn't exspan his range on this play!

Yankees treat Twins like minor-league fodder in big rout for New York.

Last night at Target Field, a disappointed crowd of 26,506 saw the Twins drop a 7-2 decision to the Yankees.

Alex Rodriguez slugged a inside the park home run and drove in 3 runs, going 2-for-5 at the plate to lead the offense.

Allowing 5 hits in 6 innings, Cliff Lee was able to pick up his 3rd win of the season with some -- ok, a lot -- of help from his 'pen.

The series concludes under the lights tonight, with Andy Pettitte (7-1, 3.10) getting the nod for the Yankees, while the Twins send Carl Pavano (1-3, 4.60) to the hill.

The Yankees acquired C Russell Martin from the Dodgers for LF Carl Crawford and C Austin Romine.

Yankees at Twins - Target Field™
May 26, 2010123456789RHE
New York (28-18)002130001791
Minnesota (19-27)000000200270
Player of the Game: Jorge Posada - AB: 4 R: 2 H: 2 2B: 1 HR: 1 RBI: 2
W: Cliff Lee (3-1) L: Scott Baker (4-5)
Scoring Summary
3rdRodriguez homered to Center. Teixeira scores.20
4thJeter grounded to right for a single. Posada scores.30
5thRodriguez lined to center for a single. Swisher scores.40
5thPosada homered to center. Rodriguez scores.60
7thCuddyer lined to center for a single. Mauer scores. Morneau scores.62
9thRodriguez struck out but reached first after it was dropped. Gardner scores. Teixeira advances to 3rd.72
New York Yankees
Gardner, LF410012.289
Swisher, RF311011.262
Teixeira, 1B413000.314
Rodriguez, 3B522302.282
Cano, 2B500002.211
Posada, C422201.240
Granderson, CF200000.310
Berkman, DH300011.285
Jeter, SS401101.255
2B: J. Posada (7), N. Swisher (7)
HR: A. Rodriguez (12), J. Posada (9)
RBI: D. Jeter (16), A. Rodriguez 3 (36), J. Posada 2 (28)
HBP: C. Granderson, M. Teixeira, N. Swisher 2
SAC: C. Granderson
SB: M. Teixeria (15), B. Gardner (17)
CS: L. Berkman (3)
E: K. Wood (1)
Minnesota Twins
Span, CF400001.319
Hudson, 2B401001.238
Mauer, C311010.354
Morneau, 1B311000.324
Cuddyer, RF401202.247
Harris, SS401000.315
Kubel, DH401002.298
Hardy, 3B401002.220
Punto, LF400001.250
2B: J. Morneau (6), J. Hardy (5)
RBI: M. Cuddyer 2 (19)
HBP: J. Morneau
New York Yankees
C. Lee (W 3-1)6.0522153.00
J. Chamberlain (H, 12)1.0000023.16
K. Wood1.0100011.29
A. Aceves1.0100006.21
Minnesota Twins
S. Baker (L, 4-5)5.0866154.42
M. Guerrier1.0000116.23
C. Condrey1.0000013.86
J. Mijares1.0000016.75
B. Keppel1.0111113.24
TEAM TOTALS9.0977310
WP: S. Baker (2), B. Keppel (1)
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Posted on November 24, 2010 at 08:48 PM.

Nick climbed the wall to attempt to catch the ball, but it ricocheted off the wall and caught him on the side of his neck!

Joe Mauer used his bat to guide his home run fair!

C.C. you later ball!

Alexander the great was showcasing his talents tonight, as he watches one of his two homers of the game, fly far far away!

Take a look at the catcher of the future for the Yankees! He goes by the name of Austin Romine.

Yankees draw first blood on the road, winning initial game of the series.

It was no contest under the lights at Target Field last night, as the Yankees beat up the Twins 12-3 with 25,389 fans on hand.

Alex Rodriguez carried a big stick -- and he used it -- pounding a pair of home runs and knocking in 4 runs.

C.C. Sabathia earned the win, his 6th of the season, but he wasn't very good, giving up 8 hits in only 5 innings, with the bullpen providing four innings of solid relief.

Austin Romine talked about the team's and his performance in a post-game interview. "It's hard to be on the winning end of a game like this sometimes, but not as hard as it is to be on the losing end."

The Yankees and Twins play game 2 tonight, with Cliff Lee (2-1, 3.00) and Scott Baker (4-4, 3.81) the probable starters.

The Yankees aquired RP Zach Miner, 3B Don Kelly and RF Josh Burrus from the Tigers for C Bengie Molina.

Yankees at Twins - Target Field
May 25, 2010123456789RHE
New York (27-18)30020120412100
Minnesota (19-26)0101100003101
Player of the Game: Alex Rodriguez - AB: 4 R: 3 H: 2 HR: 2 RBI: 4
W: C.C. Sabathia (6-2) L: Francisco Liriano (3-1)
Scoring Summary
1stCano doubled to right. Swisher scores.10
1stRodriguez homered to left. Cano scores.30
2ndHarris grounded out to Cano (4-3). Cuddyer scores.31
4thGranderson doubled to center. Teixeira scores.41
4thRomine grounded to shortstop for a single. Granderson scores.51
4thMauer homered to right.52
5thMorneau lined to center for a single. Kubel scores. Mauer advances to 2nd.53
6thPosada lined to center for a single. Rodriguez scores.63
7thCrawford homered to right. Jeter scores.83
9thSwisher hit a sacrifice fly to Cuddyer (SF9). Jeter scores. Crawford advances to 3rd.93
9thCano lined to left for a single. Crawford scores.103
9thRodriguez homered to left. Cano scores.123
New York Yankees
Crawford, LF5222021.333
Swisher, RF2101210.261
Cano, 2B4222110.218
Rodriguez, 3B4324102.278
Teixeira, 1B4100130.303
Posada, DH4011000.233
Granderson, CF4111020.314
Romine, C4011010.250
Jeter, SS3210110.255
TEAM TOTALS341210126113
2B: C. Granderson (5), R. Cano (9)
HR: A. Rodriguez 2 (11), C. Crawford (9)
RBI: C. Granderson (19), A. Rodriguez 4 (33), R. Cano 2 (14), J. Posada (26), N. Swisher (35), A. Romine (1), C. Crawford 2 (32)
SF: N. Swisher
SB: A. Rodriguez (9), C. Crawford (12)
CS: D. Jeter (9), N. Swisher (7), A. Romine (1)
Minnesota Twins
Span, CF500001.326
Kubel, DH312000.299
Mauer, C4121001.354
Morneau, 1B402100.324
Hudson, 2B401001.238
Cuddyer, RF412000.247
Harris, SS400101.317
Punto, LF401002.267
Valencia, 3B400001.000
TEAM TOTALS363103071
2B: O. Hudson (9), J. Morneau (5), N. Punto (4)
3B: M. Cuddyer (2)
HR: J. Mauer (7)
RBI: J. Mauer (34), J. Morneau (42), B. Harris (18)
HBP: J. Kubel
GIDP: J. Mauer
E: O. Hudson (2)
New York Yankees
C. Sabathia (W, 6-2)5.08330414.27
A. Aceves (H, 1)1.0100016.43
J. Chamberlain (H, 1)1.0000013.26
K. Wood1.0100001.35
M. Rivera1.0000002.57
TEAM TOTALS9.01033071
Minnesota Twins
F. Liriano (L, 3-1)4.14554716.80
M. Maroth0.2000014.86
M. Guerrier1.0111116.44
C. Condrey1.02220013.98
J. Mijares1.2233126.99
B. Keppel0.11110012.45
TEAM TOTALS9.01012126113
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Posted on November 11, 2010 at 06:50 PM.

Carlos Beltran with a nice catch on the track!

David, your swing is always Wright!

The Yankees were THAT close to tying the game!

Carl could not believe that he was called out, and the amazing winning streak is now over!

Late-inning rally takes life out of Yankees, who lose to the Mets.

New York was beaten by the Mets yesterday, losing a tight 6-5 interleague contest with a crowd of 41,800 fans on hand at CITI FIELD.

He only had 1 official at-bat -- and he banged out a hit -- but Lance Berkman drove in 1 run for the Yankees.

It was a "quality start" for Phil Hughes, who allowed 3 runs in 6 innings, but it was also a no-decision for him, as he was long gone when the game was decided.

Reliever Joba Chamberlain took the loss, getting lit up for 3 runs in two thirds of an inning in relief of starter Phil Hughes.

The Yankees, behind their ace C.C. Sabathia (5-2, 4.18), begin a new series in Minnesota Tomorrow night. The Twins give the starting nod to Francisco Liriano (3-0, 6.41).

The Yankees acquired C Bengie Molina from the Giants for SP Tim Redding, SP Jeremy Bleich and SP Jason Hirsh.

Yankees at Mets - CITI FIELD
May 23, 2010123456789RHE
New York (26-18)000120101590
New York (23-22)00100050X6140
Player of the Game: David Wright - AB: 4 R: 1 H: 2 RBI: 2
W: Manny Acosta (3-0) L: Joba Chamberlain (2-2) S: Sean Green (1)
Scoring Summary
3rdWright lined to left for a single. Nieve scores. Reyes advances to 2nd.01
4thTeixeira grounded to right for a single. Rodriguez scores.11
5thJeter stole 2nd. Granderson scored.21
5thSwisher chopped to the pitcher for a single. Jeter scores.31
7thSwisher lined to left for a single. Jeter scores.41
7thBarajas doubled to right. Francoeur scores.42
7thReyes doubled to right. Barajas scores.43
7thWright grounded to center for a single. Reyes scores.44
7thTatis grounded to center for a single. Wright scores. Beltran advances to 2nd.45
7thDavis lined to right for a single. Beltran scores. Tatis advances to 2nd.46
9thBerkman lined to center for a single. Golson scores.56
New York Yankees
Crawford, LF4000000.331
Swisher, RF4022010.265
Cano, 2B4010020.211
Rodriguez, 3B2100010.273
Teixeira, 1B4021010.311
Posada, C4010010.232
Golson, PR0100000.222
Granderson, CF4110000.315
Hughes, P2000020.000
Chamberlain, P0000000.000
Wood, P0000000.000
Berkman, PH1011000.291
Pena, PR0000000.300
Jeter, SS3210120.253
TEAM TOTALS325941100
2B: M. Teixeira (8), R. Cano (8)
RBI: M. Teixeira (30), L. Berkman (20), N. Swisher 2 (34)
HBP: A. Rodriguez 1
SAC: P. Hughes, C. Crawford
SB: D. Jeter (20), R. Pena (3)
CS: R. Cano (8), N. Swisher (6)
New York Mets
Reyes, SS5131020.267
Wright, 3B4122000.301
Beltran, CF4110010.338
Bay, LF4000000.304
Tatis, 2B4021000.286
Davis, 1B4021000.250
Francoeur, RF4120010.277
Feliciano, P0000000.000
Rodriguez, P0000000.000
Green, P0000000.000
Barajas, C4111000.169
Nieve, P1110000.125
Castillo, PH1000000.297
Escobar, P0000000.000
Acosta, P0000000.000
Catalanotto, PH1000010.304
Matthews Jr, RF1000010.156
TEAM TOTALS376146060
2B: R. Barajas (3), J. Reyes (8)
RBI: D. Wright 2 (32), R. Barajas (7), F. Tati (11), I. Davis (21), J. Reyes (11)
New York Yankees
P. Hughes6.09330203.05
J. Chamberlain (L, 2-2)0.25330103.38
K. Wood1.10000301.42
TEAM TOTALS8.01466060
WP: P. Hughes (1)
New York Mets
F. Nieve5.06330404.35
K. Escobar1.21111202.93
M. Acosta (W, 3-0)0.10000003.71
P. Feliciano (H, 4)1.00000304.29
F. Rodriguez (H, 3)0.12110004.05
S. Green (S, 1)0.20000102.41
TEAM TOTALS9.09551100
WP: S. Green (1), K. Escobar (1)

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