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Yankees: Sloppy Baseball Giveth and Taketh Away

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Kathy Willens/AP Yankee broadcaster John Sterling is forever lamenting to booth-mate Suzyn Waldman that “you can’t predict baseball.” This isn’t news to the team that has lost 80% of its opening day starting rotation to injury. But there’s truly no better cliche to characterize the Yankees’ four games since the All-Star break. On Sunday, More...

by Elizabeth DiPietro | Published 6 days ago

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By Steven Bassin On Monday, July 21st, 2014
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Patriots Take First Series After the All-Star Break

The Somerset Patriots got off to a great start after the Atlantic League All-Star break. The Patriots went on the road to face the Bridgeport Bluefish over the weekend, where they won the four game series, 3-1. More...

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By Hayley Tafuro On Monday, July 21st, 2014
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Connecticut Sports Round-Up

As this week kicks off, let’s take a look at what happened last week with our Connecticut sports teams. Bridgeport Bluefish: It was a quiet week for the ‘Fish who got to enjoy three days off after going nonstop More...

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By Sunil Sunder Raj On Sunday, July 20th, 2014
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Boulders Drop Rubber Game 5-4 to Saltdogs

Matt Forgatch’s massive solo shot off of losing pitcher Shawn Gilblair(0-2) leading off the top of the 9th into the concourse walkway in left, proved to be the game winning run, as the Lincoln Saltdogs defeated More...

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By Guy Kipp On Saturday, July 19th, 2014
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Jon Matlack Should be in Mets Hall of Fame

During a telecast on the Mets’ most recent homestand, Gary Cohen conducted a live, in-game interview via phone with Jon Matlack. Matlack spent seven seasons with the Mets from 1971-1977, but has been conspicuous More...

By Gary Phillips On Saturday, July 19th, 2014
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Yankees Notes Heading into the Second Half

They say you have to take the good with the bad.   Friday, the 15-year anniversary of David Cone’s perfect game and Joe Torre’s 74th birthday, started with good news for the New York Yankees. The team More...

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By Matt Kardos On Wednesday, July 16th, 2014
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Running Trenton Diary From Eastern League All-Star Game

Altoona, PA- The Trenton Thunder coaching staff, headlined by Manager Tony Franklin, will be running the show for the Eastern Division in tonight’s Eastern League All-Star Game in Altoona, Pennsylvania. More...

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By Elizabeth DiPietro On Wednesday, July 16th, 2014
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Jeter All-Star Fanfare Evokes Nostalgia and Uncertainty for Yankee Fans

There was no shortage of emotional moments during Derek Jeter’s final All-Star Game Tuesday night. Standing ovations during both at-bats. A riotous swan song when Alexi Ramirez replaced him in the field in the More...

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By Diane Quail On Tuesday, July 15th, 2014
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Former Rutgers Baseball Star Makes it to Home Run Derby Final

Todd Frazier stepped into the box after a 1-hour rain delay with a smile on his face.  The third baseman showed pure calmness at the plate, considering the rain and the cold. Todd Frazier, right, and brother Charlie More...

Yankees top pitching prospect Luis Severino has been promoted to Trenton.
By Matt Kardos On Tuesday, July 15th, 2014
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Yankees Top Pitching Prospect Severino Promoted to Trenton

(Altoona, PA) – As the Trenton  Thunder began the All-Star break on Tuesday, former team beat writer and current Baseball America Social Media Editor, Josh Norris, reported on Twitter that the Yankees More...