The New York Yankeeslive to see another day in first place.
Granderson holding a hot bat.
The Bombers beat the Red Sox, 5-4 but remain tied with the Baltimore Orioles who just won’t lose as they beat the Tampa Bay Rays in walk-off fashion last night.
But hey, it wouldn’t be a 2012 Yankees win without some bumps and bruises along the way.
- Robinson Cano’s was wrist but he says he is fine.
- Arod football tackling Red Sox 1B James Loney but reminded him of his football days in High School.
- Derek Jeter has to leave the game in the eighth inning as he re-aggravated a bone bruise on his left ankle but, as usual he did try to stay in the game.
Now watching the Captain run out a grounder at first base only to limp in pain and bend over in pain sent chills all over Yankee Universe.
Jeter is one of the primary reasons, along with Soriano and Kuroda, that the Yankees are still even alive right now.
The 38-year old Captain has been a multi-hit machine this season and the Yank