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Javier Vazquez (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

New York Yankees’ Biggest All-Star Flameouts Of All Time

Jim Coates, Robin Ventura, Javier Vazquez and some of the Yankees’ biggest All-Star flameouts of all time.


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Hartnett: Yankees’ Rotation Catching Fire In June

The Yankees were once considered to be a two-man deep rotation but as the summer months heat up, so has their entire rotation.


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Keefe To The City: Goodbye To A.J. Burnett And His ‘Great Stuff’

Neil Keefe has always envisioned saying goodbye to A.J. Burnett in spectacular fashion and he finally has the chance to now that the $82.5 million man is no longer a Yankee.


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Marlins Rally With Five-Run Seventh To Blank Mets 6-0

Logan Morrison had a two-run single and Mike Cameron doubled to start the big rally for the Marlins, who shuffled their slumping lineup.


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Keefe To The City: Return Of The Joe Girardi Show

Last season I did my own version of “The Joe Girardi Show” whenever I felt like there were questions for Joe Girardi that needed answers. I was secretly hoping I wouldn’t have a reason to write any pieces like that this year, but I knew I would.


New York Mets pitcher Chris Young signs autographs during spring training baseball Friday, Feb. 18, 2011, in Port St. Lucie, Fla. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

Young Makes 2nd Strong Appearance For Mets

Chris Young allowed an unearned run in three innings, helping the Mets beat the Florida Marlins 4-3 Friday.


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Keefe To The City: Believe In Burnett?

When A.J. Burnett talked to the media following the second to last disaster in his season he said things that made my distaste for him grow. At the time I didn’t think I could like him any less than I already did.


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Keefe To The City: Caught Between Rock, Hard Place

It’s the last three games of the season at Fenway, 180 days since the season opened, and the games don’t matter. The only thing that matters is that the Yankees are playing for the division and home-field advantage.


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Playoff-Bound Yankees Continue AL East Push

The New York Yankees can rest easy – they’ve finally clinched a spot in the postseason. However, they won’t be satisfied with a mere playoff appearance.


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Pitching Dooms Yankees, Rays Within Half-Game

B.J. Upton and the Tampa Bay Rays knocked around CC Sabathia, took a few lumps of their own and left the Bronx with the confidence – and schedule – that could carry them to an AL East title.


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Keefe To The City: Yankees In September Swoon

Whenever there is trouble with the Yankees, there is one person I can turn to for some perspective. Sweeny Murti joined me to talk Yankees baseball as the team is trying to get back on track after their recent slide.


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Pettitte Set To Rejoin Yankees’ Rotation Sunday

New York manager Joe Girardi announced the plan for Pettitte before Wednesday night’s game against Tampa Bay. Pettitte has been sidelined since June 19 by a strained left groin.


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Sweeny Says: Yankees In ‘Pitch 22’

The Yankees have managed to maintain the best record in baseball, even as their starting pitching motto remains “CC…and let’s see.” But now the end is near. Only 22 games to go.


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Yankees’ 9-Game Road Trip Begins In Arlington

The New York Yankees will play 15 of their final 22 games on the road. Perhaps the most important stretch is their nine-game road trip that begins Friday.


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Vazquez To Start Saturday

Joe Girardi just announced that Javier Vazquez will start Saturday in place of Dustin Moseley.