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Yankees beat Red Sox

Yankees Over Red Sox – Barely Alive in the Playoff Race

Posted on 5 Sep, 2014, by in Baseball

The chase for a postseason spot by the New York Yankees continues, coming off their series against the Boston Red Sox with two consecutive wins, including a 5-4 victory to clinch it thanks to two ninth-inning home runs from Mark Teixeira and Chase Headley, countering the big hitting of David Ortiz earlier in the game. More

Yankees beat Red Sox

Yankees Over Red Sox – A Glimmer of Playoff Hope Remains

Posted on 4 Sep, 2014, by in Baseball

Despite a solid win to open the series against their big rivals, the Boston Red Sox showed once again why they’re so bad this season, as the inconsistency in their starting pitching and hitting returned. The New York Yankees picked up a 5-1 win behind a home run and big hitting from Brian McCann, hoping that it’s once again the right step in the direction of somehow making the playoffs. More

Red Sox beat Yankees

Red Sox Over Yankees – Playoff Dream Slipping Away

Posted on 3 Sep, 2014, by in Baseball

Just when the New York Yankees seemed to be on the right track of making up ground in the race for the playoffs, the Boston Red Sox come into Yankee stadium and win 9-4 thanks to some big home runs from Xander Bogaerts and Daniel Nava. More

Yankees beat Blue Jays

Yankees Over Blue Jays – Road to Playoff Becomes Easier

Posted on 30 Aug, 2014, by in Baseball

While beating the Toronto Blue Jays 6-3 doesn’t erase the lead the New York Yankees need to chase down in order to make the playoffs, it does an excellent job of taking care of a rival that’s right behind them in the AL East, also chasing after that Wild Card spot. More

David Price

Yankees Over Tigers – One Inning is All it Takes

Posted on 28 Aug, 2014, by in Baseball

It’s going to take David Price a long time to forget about the third inning in the game between the New York Yankees and the Detroit Tigers, pitching for the losing side (8-4) and giving up nine consecutive hits, leading up to eight straight runs, which isn’t just a low point for his career but is a rare occurrence for any pitcher at all. More

Tigers beat Yankees

Tigers Over Yankees – Slowing Down the Playoff Momentum

Posted on 27 Aug, 2014, by in Baseball

After five consecutive wins, the New York Yankees and their building momentum towards a playoff berth were halted by the Detroit Tigers who have their own worries in the AL Central, claiming a 5-2 victory behind an excellent pitching performance from Rick Porcello. More

Yankees beat Royals

Yankees Over Royals – On Fire With Postseason in Sight

Posted on 26 Aug, 2014, by in Baseball

There’s is still time before the playoffs begin, but the New York Yankees are grabbing a hold of their last opportunity to catch the train, picking up a fifth consecutive win as they beat the Kansas City Royals 8-1 thanks to an excellent pitching performance by Michael Pineda and a great day at bat for Jacoby Ellsbury. More

Yankees beat White Sox

Yankees Over White Sox – A Roll That Might Lead to the Playoffs

Posted on 25 Aug, 2014, by in Baseball

Things change quickly and the New York Yankees are benefiting from that, sweeping their three-game series against the Chicago White Sox with a 7-4 win, capped off by a three-run walk-off home run by Brian McCann, as the team that looked to be spiraling into disappointment has finally found some offensive consistency to ride on. More

Yankees beat Astros

Yankees Over Astros – Stopping the Embarrassment

Posted on 22 Aug, 2014, by in Baseball

After losing two consecutive games to the Houston Astros, the New York Yankees picked themselves up and put on a solid performance, or maybe it was just Brandn McCarthy doing the pitching, coming up with a 3-0 win, hoping to get some sort of momentum from it in order to somehow make the playoffs. More

Rays beat Yankees

Rays Over Yankees – One is Rising, the Other Crashing & Burning

Posted on 16 Aug, 2014, by in Baseball

Things keep devolving and deteriorating for the New York Yankees, losing 5-0 to the Tampa Bay Rays, who got a fantastic pitching performance from Alex Cobb but more importantly are at .500 for the first time since April, managing to come back from 18 games under in the same season, something that only three other teams have done. More