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Yankees season suddenly in danger

It happens as quickly as a flash flood that ruins a sunny afternoon. One day you feel invincible, bulletproof, you hit baseball on ballyards, you have three wins from three playoff games, it feels like you are just starting to feel your oats. I’m just getting used to the October view. Next time you’re nine innings away from winter. The …

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Brian Cashman opens up Yankees’ startling decision: Sherman

The first Yankees to begin the pitching decision in planning strategy for the Division Series was that Gerrit Cole would naturally go into Game 1, followed by the more difficult decision to bring him back for a short break in case there was a game 5 should give. Aaron Boone declined to publicly state that this was the plan. But …

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The Yankees’ offense explodes in ALDS Game 1 Rays

So much for the stupidity of the Yankees for relying too much on the home run. In a near-perfect game, the Yankees beat four homers, including a Grand Slam by Giancarlo Stanton in the ninth inning, en route to a 9-3 win over the Rays in Game 1 of the ALDS on Monday night at Petco Park. Game 2 in …

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The Yankees’ Aroldis Chapman works to exclude Indians

CLEVELAND – If the Indians knocked out the playoffs at home, there’s a good chance Aroldis Chapman will be there – working more than his share. The Yankees approached two innings Wednesday night through Thursday morning to knock out the Indians 10-9 in Game 2 of this American League wild card series at Progressive Field. He went into the game …

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