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The New York Yankees defeated the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday by the score of 6-4. The win improved the Yankees to 38-33, just a game and a half behind the Blue Jays in the American League East. Derek Jeter, Jacoby Ellsbury and Mark Teixeira each had two hits for the Yankees. Carlos Beltran added a double and two RBI in the winning effort. There is some news on Beltran, as he continues to try to work his way back to the outfield following an elbow injury. #450872010 / gettyimages.comAs reported by Andrew Marchand of ESPNewYork.com, Beltran hasn't played in the field since returning from the disabled list earlier in the month. He's been relegated to designated hitter duties after missing 21 games with bone spurs in his elbow.Although Beltran has been throwing in an attempt to get back to playing the outfield sometimes this season, manager Joe Girardi has no timetable for Beltran's return to the outfield. "I can't really give you a guess. He'll continu...
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If you went to bed last night fantasizing about John Sterling's Win Warble - expecting a Godzillian, 7.00-second, shark-nado of vocalization and joy - you'd be surprised.In the aftermath of Carlos Beltran's walk-off off home run, The Master gave no warble, none. He even sort of flubbed Beltran's home run call.Ladies and gentleman, let it be known that John Sterling...
Yankees designated Carlos Beltran earned in his pinstripes in walk-off fashion Friday night.
In the bottom of the 9th inning with the Yanks down 3-2 and two outs against the Baltimore Orioles, Beltran blasted a three-run walk-off home run to give NY the lead.
The team erupted as soon as Beltran hit it into the left-center seats.
Here is Beltran’s walk-off shot:
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It’s easy to forget, but there’s a guy who used to so dominate Major League Baseball headlines to such an alarming — and annoying — degree that it seemed like sports fans were powerless against being pulled into the inescapable gravitational pull of his unchecked ego, shameless narcissism and often-enraging cockiness. That man? Alex Rodriguez. […] The post Alex Rodriguez...
Michael Pineda suffered another setback in his recovery today and is going to miss extra time. C.C. Sabathia has struggled so far this season, has an ERA above 5.25, and is currently on the disabled list. Hiroki Kuroda has also struggled this season and has an ERA above 4.25. What does all this mean? The New York Yankees need to find another established starting pitcher to help their...
Vidal Nuno has appeared in 14 games and started 11 for the New York Yankees this season, and I think we’ve seen enough.
Nuno, 26, is 1-3 in those games with an abysmal 5.90 ERA. For pitchers who have thrown at least 60 innings, that’s the worst ERA in the American League.
He’s given up 12 home-runs in 61 innings, and opponents are hitting a staggering .293 against him.
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Toronto Blue Jays 3 — New York Yankees 7
Brian McCann was a key contributor in this big divisional matchup.
After a scoreless first inning by Chase Whitley, the Yankees looked to score early against 10-game winner Mark Buehrle. Brett Gardner would lead off with a single and Derek Jeter would reach base on an error by third baseman Brett Lawrie...
The Yankees continue their AL East gauntlet with Hiroki Kuroda (4-5, 4.32 ERA) taking on Ubaldo Jimenez (2-8 4.86 ERA) and the O’s. Kuroda’s last start in Oakland was delayed 38 minutes in the middle of the game due to lights going out at O.co. He allowed four runs in 4 2/3 innings taking the loss. Kuroda and Jimenez faced off the first time Baltimore and the Yanks saw each...
New York Yankees (Photo credit: Keith Allison)
The New York Yankees swept the Toronto Blue Jays right out of the Bronx.
It was the best outcome that honestly, I didn’t think the Yankees had in them but they proved me wrong.
Beating the AL East leading Blue Jays in three games cut the Yankees deficit to just a game and a half back to catching Toronto. And getting three wins at Yankee...
Baltimore Orioles 6 — New York Yankees 1
Vidal Nuno was the victim of the home run in today’s game.
In the first inning, center fielder Adam Jones hit a laser into left field that was a without a doubt solo home run. In the fourth inning, Adam Jones would not hit a home run but he did walk to start the inning. Slugger Nelson Cruz would hit the home run though. His 23rd home run...
Think of it this way: The Yankees brought up a middling, middle-innings reliever from Scranton - Chase Whitley - and he's pitched far better than Nuno.If Nuno doesn't pitch well Saturday, why not roll the dice again?
The Yankees welcome in the Baltimore Orioles for a three-game set as they continue their homestand. Hiroki Kuroda gets the ball against Ubaldo Jimenez.
Game time: 7:05 pm ET – Yankee Stadium – Bronx, NY
TV: My9, MLB Network
Radio: WFAN 660/101.9 fm. WADO 1280
Baltimore Orioles (37-34)
Nick Markakis RF
Steve Pearce DH
Adam Jones CF
Chris Davis 1B
Nelson Cruz LF
J.J. Hardy SS
If Alex Rodriguez were as unsuccessful on the baseball field as he proved to be in the legal arena, then no one would care about him in the first place.
A-Rod dropped his third and final lawsuit on Thursday, his medical malpractice suit against Yankees doctor Christopher Ahmad and New York Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center. Rodriguez’s attorney Alan Ripka and spokesman...
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Baltimore Orioles 3 — New York Yankees 5
After eight innings of frustration, a pair of swings from a pair with high expectations walked it off.
After Orioles’ starter Ubaldo Jimenez got the first two outs, Jacoby Ellsbury would hit an infield single that the second baseman could not get a good throw on. Ellsbury would steal second and would...
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It was a beautiful night for baseball in the Bronx, 80 degrees and clear on Thursday, June 19th as a crowd of 40,169 came out to watch the New York Yankees defeat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-4 to complete their three game sweep.
The Yankees scored one run apiece in the first, second, third, fifth, sixth, and seventh innings. Brett Gardner led off the Yankees...
The Yankees are getting it together, Vidal Nuno is the worst pitcher in baseball, Rex Ryan needs to shut his mouth, the Cavs shouldn’t touch Joel Embiid with a 50-foot pole, Tony Gwynn leaves us too soon, and my thoughts on the World Cup. This is Frankly Frankel on this June 21, 2014.
I have to start with the New York Yankees who walked-off last night for the first time in 2014...