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New York Yankees
NEW YORK -- After dropping the first three games of their series against fellow top American League contender New York Yankees, the Texas Rangers survived a wild, back-and-forth game to salvage the finale Thursday. Texas eventually prevailed with a 10-6 win at Yankee Stadium, after blowing an early 4-0 lead. The Rangers pounded out 16 hits, with eight players providing at least one and the first six players in the lineup having at least two. David Murphy had three hits and two RBIs, while Adrian Beltre knocked in three runs and had a pair of hits. Tanner Scheppers got his first major-league win in his first decision despite giving up a run on two hits while recording just one out. Boone Logan (4-1) gave up two runs on a pair of hits as the Rangers scored three times in the seventh off Logan and Joba Chamberlain to regain the lead, 7-5. Andruw Jones homered for New York, whose lead over the Rangers for the AL's best record dropped back to 1 1/2 games. Ichiro Suzuki, sta...
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What's that you say, Mrs. Dickerson, Chris has gone to "Scranton" for a day, hey hey hey.This year, to be "sent to Scranton" means to be placed into a Higgs boson obliteration booth, (known as the Meacham Machine), disembodied and transported via wormhole to the most remote part of the galaxy: the NY State Thruway. Think: Batavia. Any of you ever been to...
Right-hander Phil Hughes will toe the rubber for the Yankees tonight in game one of three-game set against the Boston Red Sox. In his last start against the Blue Jays, Hughes lasted only four innings, allowing seven runs on nine hits while striking out four.
Robinson Cano is back in the lineup tonight after missing the last two games with a stiff neck. Derek Jeter is tonight’s...
Last night in New York, Yankees pitcher Hiroki Kuroda took a no-hitter into the 7th inning against the Rangers. The no-hitter was broken up, but Kuroda pitched a complete game shutout in a 3-0 victory. So who's to blame for having Kuroda's chance at history being spoiled?
Why naturally, Yankees announcer Michael Kay.
We've chronicled some of Kay&...
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter's solo homer in the bottom of the fifth inning Friday against the visiting Boston Red Sox was his 250th of his career. Jeter joins Craig Biggio, Rickey Henderson and Willie Mays as the only players in major league history with 3,000 hits, 300 steals and 250 homers. Jeter's homer tied the game 4-4.
Boston Red Sox 4 — New York Yankees 6
Nick Swisher was in the center of a five home run barrage on the Boston Red Sox in a 6-4 win.
Phil Hughes went 7 solid innings with 4 hits allowed on his 106 pitches. He allowed 4 runs but none of them were earned due to an error by him. On a ground ball, Phil Hughes tried to get the out at second but ended up sending the ball to center...
Nick Swisher was making it rain on Friday night -- in a baseball sense. The Yankees first baseman blasted two home runs off Red Sox pitching, two out of five home runs launched by the Bronx Bombers as they lived up to their billing. All of the blasts were of the solo variety, so the damage could have been much worse, but it was damage enough. NESN Nation's Dan Duquette is upset...
Derek Jeter hit his 250th home run, Nick Swisher connected twice and the New York Yankees beat the Boston Red Sox 6-4 on a lightning-filled Friday night for their eighth win in 10 games.
Swisher, Curtis Granderson, Russell Martin and Jeter hit solo homers off Franklin Morales (3-4), and Swisher added another solo shot in the seventh against Clayton Mortensen. Jeter's homer gave...
Yankees vs. Rangers Post Game Recap 8/15
The Yankees were able overcome a long rain delay to get their third straight win over the Texas Rangers beating them 3-2.
Freddy Garcia was very good against the frightening Texas lineup in earning his 7th win of the season. Garcia went 6.2 innings allowing four hits, one walk, two runs, and had six strikeouts. The only runs Texas was able...
Texas Rangers pitcher Ryan Dempster will miss Saturday's scheduled start against the Toronto Blue Jays because of a personal reason but is expected to rejoin the team club on Monday, ESPN Dallas reported Friday. Roy Oswalt will start in Dempster's place. The Rangers placed Dempster on the restricted list and recalled outfielder Leonys Martin from Class AAA Round Rock...
On Yu Darvish's birthday, we find his highlight from his time on the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters posted by YouTube user ItsZane
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Edwin Encarnacion hit his 31st home run, J.A. Happ won his second straight start and the Toronto Blue Jays beat Yu Darvish and the Rangers 3-2 Friday night, handing Texas its fourth loss in five games.
Darvish (12-9) lost for the second time in three starts, allowing three runs and three hits in seven innings. He walked one and struck out 10.
For Darvish, it was the seventh time...