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Share TweetAfter saying he "cannot stand" the New York Yankees in a pre-draft video, Yankees first-round pick Ian Clarkin used his first comments to the New York media to say he was sorry.
Chien-Ming Wang to pitch for Blue Jays on Tuesday after Yankees grant releaseUpdated Jun 7 Share TweetNot more than 10 minutes after the New York Yankees granted right-hander Chien-Ming Wang his release, he was said to be in the rotation of the Toronto Blue Jays and starting their game Tuesday night.Reporter Andy McCullough of the Newark Star-Ledger was…Source: yahoo.com
Dancin' Mariners Fan Is A Dancin' FoolUpdated Jun 7 Share TweetWhat do you do when you get tired of watching your team lose to the Yankees? You dance, man. You just dance like nobody's watching.Read more...Source: deadspin.com
Mo honored in Seattle as Edgar presents checkUpdated Jun 7 Share TweetThe Mariners honored all-time saves leader Mariano Rivera on the field before Thursday's 6-1 Yankees win at Safeco Field to commemorate the start of Rivera's final regular-season series in Seattle.Source: MLB.comShare TweetRobinson Cano and Mark Teixeira hit back-to-back homers two pitches apart, part of seven consecutive hits by the Yankees in the third inning off ambushed Mariners starter Aaron Harang on Thursday night, helping the Yankees cruise to a 6-1 win to begin a…
Ichiro back in Seattle, where legacy standsUpdated Jun 7 Share TweetTraded to the Yankees last July after a career's worth of accomplishments with the Mariners, Ichiro Suzuki returned to Seattle for Thursday's series opener between the clubs, content with how both teams have benefited since the deal.Source: MLB.com
Ian Clarkin Sorry For Yanks CommentsJun 7Yankees first-round pick Ian Clarkin apologizes for anti-Yankees comments.
Bonderman Shuts Down YankeesJun 7Jeremy Bonderman pitched six strong innings to lead the Mariners past the Yankees 4-1.
Don Banks: Smith and Co. ready to step up for departed Boldin in BaltimoreJun 7OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Of all the roster defections and body blows the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens suffered after the giddiness of their celebration died down, none has the potential to leave a bigger void than the surprising loss of veteran rece…