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Big Papi Gets Drilled But Gets Last Laugh

thexlog.com - Wednesday morning we spoke about Big Papi’s majestic blast off of Hector Noesi and the fact that Yankees manager Joe Girardi was not happy with David Ortiz’ bat toss following the HR. If you’ve been following the media in and ...

New York Yankees: Falling Asleep Watching The Red Sox Sweep

ladylovespinstripes.com - Getting swept is not fun for any team that. Doing it at your home ballpark, in front of your fans makes it sting a lot more. Add the above to the fact that the culprits are your team’s biggest rivals, and ...

New York Yankees: Two Reasons To Be Afraid Of The Bronx Bombers In 2011

ladylovespinstripes.com - Change is scary and unsettling, especially when it is not by choice. The 2010 off-season did not work out the way the New York Yankees had hoped. The franchise heads into a New Year having failed to acquire ace Cliff Lee ...


New York Yankees: Joba Chamberlain Meet Tommy John

ladylovespinstripes.com - NJ Star Ledger’s Marc Craig is reporting that New York Yankee pitcher Joba Chamberlain elbow injury has escalated from the 15-day DL to having a torn elbow ligament that might require Tommy John surgery. This is not good news for the ...

New York Yankees: Time To Send The Red Sox Back To Boston In Second Place

ladylovespinstripes.com - The Boston Red Sox have officially knocked the New York Yankees out of first place in the AL East, as they jump ahead by one game. In order to get there, the Red Sox had to beat the Yankees seven out ...

Vance Worley Doing Well in Latest Triple-A Stint; Could Join Philadelphia Phillies Again Next Week

www.phillybuster.com - The Phillies sent Vance Worley back down to the minor leagues to get him accustomed to pitching regularly again. Worley has done well in his two starts, pitching 13 scoreless innings with just five hits allowed and 15 strikeouts. Kyle Kendrick More...


Who has been the best pitcher on the 2011 Phillies? The case for Cole Hamels

www.examiner.com - With the 2011 major league baseball season about 40 percent over, both Roy Halladay and Cole Hamels have made exactly 13 starts for the Philadelphia Phillies. Each ranks among the best pitchers in all of baseball and the two have extremely ...

Charlie Manuel Calls Philadelphia Phillies’ Ailing Offense “Unacceptable”

www.phillybuster.com - The Philadelphia Phillies have scored just seven runs in the past three games and scored three of fewer runs for seven of the last eight games, prompting manager Charlie Manuel to call the offensives woes “unacceptable.” Manuel, a former hitting coach ...

Philadelphia Phillies Shortstop Jimmy Rollins Back in Starting Lineup for Tonight’s Game

www.phillybuster.com - Jimmy Rollins, who suffered a deep bone bruise in his right knee and had to miss the previous four games, is back in tonight’s starting lineup. Rollins is hitting leadoff and playing shortstop against the Chicago Cubs. Rollins had been confident ...

Philadelphia Phillies Hope Bats Wake Up for Four-Game Series With Chicago Cubs

www.phillybuster.com - The Phillies endured one of their worst offensive series of the year against the Los Angeles Dodgers, scoring just seven total runs in three games. Now the Phillies play host to the fifth-place Chicago Cubs for a four-game series, beginning tonight. ...

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