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Alfonso Soriano gamble pays off for Yankees as Bombers stay ali…

Alfonso Soriano gamble pays off for Yankees as Bombers stay alive in wild card race

nydailynews.com MLB.com ESPN.com Updated Aug 25, 2013
The situation called for a gamble. Why not? The Yankees were running out of relievers in a game they desperately needed, and here was a chance to force the issue in a ballpark that has not been kind to them.
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  • A-Rod’s name removed from Brooklyn store

    A-Rod’s name removed from Brooklyn store

    yahoo.com Aug 25, 2013
    Here's something new. An A-Rod story that doesn't directly involve Biogenesis or his health, and doesn't includes comments from lawyers, the New York Yankees, or even Major League Baseball. Earlier this month, a youth complex in Appleton, WI, where Alex…
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  • Rodriguez Out of Lineup in Final Game of Rays Series

    Rodriguez Out of Lineup in Final Game of Rays Series

    nytimes.com Aug 25, 2013
    Alex Rodriguez was given the day off Sunday against the Tampa Bay Rays after playing three days in a row and going 1 for 11 in that span.
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  • Girardi: Yanks will keep close eye on Jeter

    Girardi: Yanks will keep close eye on Jeter

    MLB.com Aug 25, 2013
    Derek Jeter is expected to be in the Yankees' clubhouse for Monday's game against the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre, and manager Joe Girardi said that there is little time to work the captain in slowly.
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  • Moore feels 'good,' hoping to return to Rays soon

    Moore feels 'good,' hoping to return to Rays soon

    MLB.com Aug 25, 2013
    Matt Moore felt fine Sunday, a day after the 24-year-old left-hander threw a simulated game. Moore, who is trying to return from left-elbow soreness, is 14-3 with a 3.41 ERA this season. But he has not pitched in a game since July 28 against the Yankees…
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  • Mo pivotal in game made famous by Maier's catch

    Mo pivotal in game made famous by Maier's catch

    MLB.com Aug 25, 2013
    On Oct. 9, 1996, Mariano Rivera was the pitcher of record when the Yankees defeated the Orioles, 5-4, in Game 1 of the 1996 American League Championship Series. But Rivera was just a footnote in a game whose star went by another name: Jeffrey Maier.
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  • Video - Yankees Edge Rays In 11th 01:43

    Yankees Edge Rays In 11th

    Aug 25
    BBTN Spotlight: Curtis Granderson hit a sac fly in the 11th inning to help the Yankees beat the Rays 3-2 and avoid a sweep.
  • Video - Yankees Edge Rays In 11th 00:32

    Yankees Edge Rays In 11th

    Aug 25
    Curtis Granderson hit a sac fly in the 11th inning to help the Yankees beat the Rays 3-2 and avoid a sweep.
  • Video - Measuring Ichiro 00:44

    Measuring Ichiro

    Aug 25
    Bob Ryan wonders whether Ichiro Suzuki's 4,000 hits will be regarded in the same light as those of Pete Rose and Ty Cobb.

Sports Columnists

  • NFL mailbag: Three-ring quarterback circus

    Aug 25
    Mailbag: The Jets, Bills and Raiders are putting on a three-ring circus at quarterback, writes John Clayton.