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Yankees Over Red Sox – Unlikely Home Run Hero

Posted on 4 Aug, 2014, by in Baseball

Things continue to get worse for the Boston Red Sox, as they lose for a second consecutive game to the New York Yankees, this time 8-7 in Fenway Park with Brett Gardner hitting a game-winning home run in the sixth inning, capping off a furious Yankees rally and comeback before some strong closing innings from Esmil Rogers, Dellin Betances and David Robertson. More

Yankees beat Rangers

Yankees Over Ranges – A Debut to Remember

Posted on 23 Jul, 2014, by in Baseball

It didn’t take Chase Headley long to make a very good impression on his debut for the New York Yankees, hitting a walk-off RBI single to give them a 2-1, 14th inning win over the Texas Rangers, maybe bringing some much needed push and new blood in their attempt to find themselves in the playoffs eventually. More

Mark Buehrle

MLB Season – Toronto Blue Jays Have a Red Hot Pitcher, St. Louis Cardinals Have One as Well

Posted on 28 May, 2014, by in Baseball

Two pitching performances that stood out above the rest in another day of baseball were the Toronto Blue Jays beating the Tampa Bay Rays 9-6 as Mark Buehrle became the first pitcher to win nine times this season, while the St. Louis Cardinals shut out the New York Yankees 6-0 as Lance Lynn pitched the first complete game of his career. More

Adam Dunn

White Sox Over Yankees – Chicago Doesn’t Like Visitors

Posted on 24 May, 2014, by in Baseball

It’s been a rough stay for the New York Yankees in Chicago and that inhospitable feeling continues after losing 6-5 to the Chicago White Sox, coming away with their second consecutive win over the Yankes thanks to a walk off home run by Adam Dunn in the ninth inning. More

Chris Sale

White Sox Over Yankees – An Almost Perfect Return

Posted on 23 May, 2014, by in Baseball

Considering how well the Chicago White Sox have been hitting this season, the return of Chris Sale to the pitching mound to play his first game in over a month is a substantial addition to the team, getting behind their star pitcher to beat the New York Yankees 3-2 as a combined effort held the shutout all the way into the ninth inning. More

Yankees beat Mets

Yankees Over Mets – A Pitcher’s Delight

Posted on 15 May, 2014, by in Baseball

The New York Yankees are a very good offensive team, but when it comes to their pitching, the only reliable player they have right now is Masahiro Tanaka who continued his impressive debut season with a 4-hitter and a shutout in a complete game against the New York Mets, paving the way towards a 4-0 win. More

Yankees beat Angels

Yankees Over Angels – A Special Memory

Posted on 8 May, 2014, by in Baseball

Almost every game and series is going to be the last of something for Derek Jeter. This time? His last game against the Los Angeles Angels, resulting in a 9-2 win for the New York Yankees to claim the series, while Jeter himself ended a very long drought when it comes to hitting home runs. More

Mariners beat Yankees

Mariners Over Yankees – Booing Robinson Cano Doesn’t Help

Posted on 30 Apr, 2014, by in Baseball

The New York Yankees aren’t used to someone outbidding them, so the fans made it an unpleasant return for Robinson Cano, playing against his former team for the first time as a Seattle Mariners player, helping his team come up with a 6-3 on a very rainy day. More


Yankees Over Angels – Hits are Overrated

Posted on 28 Apr, 2014, by in Baseball

A team can get only three hits in a game and still win. The New York Yankees beat the Los Angeles Angels behind another strong pitching performance from Masahiro Tanaka and a wild pitch thrown by Nick Maronde, giving the AL East leaders a 3-2 win. More

Michael Pineda

Red Sox Over Yankees – Michael Pineda Can’t Stop Cheating

Posted on 24 Apr, 2014, by in Baseball

Two weeks ago Michael Pineda and the New York Yankees were able to get away with the pitcher using pine tar for a few innings. Despite knowing the attention will be on him, he used some of the substance on his neck, and Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell didn’t wait long before bringing it to the umpires attention, tossing Pineda out of the game, while the Red Sox claimed the 5-1 victory in the end. More