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The New York Yankees simply had no answer for the Angel starter Sean O’Sullivan, as he went six innings and allowed two earned runs on only two hits as the Angels beat the Yanks by a score of 10-2. Phil Hughes got hit early and often and picked up his third loss of the year. With the loss, the Yankees move to 58-34 on the season.

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The Yankees scored seven earned runs off Rays ace, David Price in five innings today. All of the Yankee starters safely reached base. However, Yankee starter, Andy Pettitte left the game in the third inning with an apparent strained groin. The Yankee bullpen held the Rays to only two runs over the final seven frames to secure the 9-5 victory and series win.

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With the 2010 Major League Baseball season more than halfway over and the most boring sports day of the year upon us, I figured I’d hand out a midterm report card to the New York Yankees. Professor Poedubicky plays no favorites, and isn’t afraid to tell his pupils if they need to be more productive…

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A.J. Burnett’s great start was not rewarded with a win, but with a no decision, as the Yankee bullpen had a terrible outing. The Toronto Blue Jays beat the New York Yankees 6-1 in 11 innings. Dave Robertson picked up the loss for the Yanks. With the loss, the Yankees drop to 48-31 on the season.

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In a battle between two potential American League All-Stars, Seattle Mariners ace Cliff Lee pitched a complete game as the Seattle Mariners beat the New York Yankees 7-4. Lee got the win for the Mariners and Phil Hughes picked up the loss for the Yankees. With the loss, Hughes drops to 10-2 on the season and the Yankees fall to 47-29 on the season.

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In the first game of a rematch of the 2009 World Series, the New York Yankees beat the Philadelphia Phillies 8-3. The game featured two of the best pitchers in the Major Leagues today: CC Sabathia, who earned the win for the Yanks and Roy Halladay, who picked up the loss. With the win, the Bronx Bombers move to 41-23 on the season. Also, with the Tampa Bay/Atlanta game starting about two hours late because of rain, the New York Yankees pull a half-game ahead of the Tampa Bay Rays for not only the best record in the division, but the Major Leagues…

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Javier Vazquez was unable to build on two consecutive good starts, and the Yankees couldn’t complete the sweep against the Twins.

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The New York Yankees dropped the second game of a two game series to the Tampa Bay Rays, 8-6. James Shields got the win for the Rays and Andy Pettitte took the loss for the Yankees. The loss is their fourth in fifth games, and drops the Yankees to 25-16.

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Talk about going from a low yesterday to a high today! The Yankees defeated the Red Sox, 11-9 on Marcus Thames’ ninth inning walk off home run against Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon. Someone give this man a pie!

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Before I start, here’s a brief overview from the game. Phil Hughes squared off against Daisuke Matsuzaka and neither was great. Javier Vazquez pitched in relief. And got the win.  My favorite closer in the entire world blew the save opportunity. On top of that, Adam and I saw David Wells, David Cone, Brian Cashman, Boomer Esiason, Randy Levine,  Aaron Boone, and met Nick Swisher. What. A. Game.

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Update: (4:40PM): Mike Axisa from RaB confirmed that Park will indeed head to the DL. Reliever Boone Logan will be called up to replace Park.

Yankees reliever, Chan Ho Park was getting ready to start throwing last night before he felt a sharp pain in his hamstring. Park had a similar hamstring issue last season with the Phillies. Team doctors will evaluate him today, but I assume he won’t be available this weekend.

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