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Kate Smith: Yankees no longer use the singer recordings of "God Bless America" ​​while investigating racism

New York – The Yankees have suspended the use of Kate Smith's recording of "God Bless America" ​​during the seventh innings while investigating a racist allegation against the singer. The New York Daily News reported Thursday that there are conflicting claims about Smith's song "That's Why Darkies Were Born" (1939). The song was written in 1931 in the Broadway revue …

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J.A.. Happ uses veteran Guile to get back on track for Yankees

J.A.. Happ was in trouble. He had three bad starts for 2019 in three tries on his plate and three runs on the board in two innings of bib number 4. Wednesday night. To make matters worse, his fastball – not just his best field, but he throws more piñata quality than any other athlete. The Yankees lost 3-0. The …

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Yankees add Bird to crowded IL; Voit to start

NEW YORK – The mad New York Yankees added another player on Tuesday. This time it was Greg Bird, the often injured first baseman, who fought offensively. Bird was placed on the 10-day IL, retroactively on Sunday, with a left plantar fascia tear. In a similar move, the Yankees called first baseman Mike Ford of Triple-A Scranton / Wilkes-Barre and …

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Aaron Boone has to change gear with this Yankees group

Keep calm and move on? Nah, that was worked for Aaron Boone last year when his maiden voyage with a predictable iceberg – in a 9-9 record out of the gate – he and his team could avoid with relative ease, this time Considering what has already happened in the Yankees' young season, the ever-relaxed skipper has to play different …

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Gleyber Torres – Two Homer drive Yankees past Orioles

BALTIMORE – Squashed and battered describes the wounded Yankees exactly, but they were not beaten for one day. Dropped into an early ditch by James Paxton's starter, the Yankees rode in power from Gleyber Torres, Gary Sanchez and Luke to a 8: 4 win over the Orioles on Thursday in front of 44,182 spectators at Camden Yards. Torres, who went …

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Yankees are unbelievably ahead of the first crisis of the season

Three more games. Three more games over four days before this Yankees season from hell passed their first good test. Three more games for this battered and run-down group begin with acting like a contender, though he hardly looks like one. The Yankees season opener ended with a dull thump and a fool – and, we have to mention, another …

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Yankees stake Stanton (biceps strain) on IL

NEW YORK – The blows to the outfield depth of the New York Yankees continue. One day, after losing their season-opening series to Baltimore Orioles, the Yankees announced Monday that they are out-teaming Giancarlo Stanton on the court with a 10-day list of injured left biceps. Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Stanton will be completely closed for the next 10 …

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Yankees place Giancarlo Stanton on injured list

02:45 pm: Manager Aaron Boone tells reporters that Stanton initially felt unwell after a blow in Sunday's game against the Orioles ( Twitter Link about James Wagner of the New York Times). An MRI after the game showed a grade 1 grade. An exact timetable is not known, but Stanton is longer than 10 days. The Jack Curry of the …

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Six moments that made the opening day of the Yankees unforgettable

Baseball returned on Thursday afternoon bringing with it a wealth of highlights. Take for example Jordan Zimmerman. He retired 20 battles in a row against the Blue Jays. Both Robinson Cano and Andrew McCutchen have crushed home runs on their debut for new teams. Tim Beckham took Chris Sale twice! How cool is that? The Yankees also had a fantastic …

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