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Taylor, ex-No. 1 pick, gets 38 months in prison

Taylor, ex-No. 1 pick, gets 38 months in prison

CNNSI.com ESPN.com Updated Nov 7, 2012
NEW BERN, N.C. (AP) -- Former New York Yankees pitching prospect Brien Taylor has been sentenced to 38 months in prison after pleading guilty in August to distributing crack cocaine.
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  • Attention on A-Rod after Bay's buyout

    Attention on A-Rod after Bay's buyout

    MLB.com Nov 7, 2012
    The Mets moved aggressively to make the best of a difficult situation with the remaining years on Jason Bay's contract. Would the Yankees consider it with Alex Rodriguez's deal?
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  • Yankees Ponder Veteran Pitchers' Futures

    Yankees Ponder Veteran Pitchers' Futures

    nytimes.com Nov 7, 2012
    The Yankees have two intriguing offseason plotlines that involve a pair of aging pitchers whose futures are unclear.
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  • Sabathia lobbying Pettitte to come back

    Sabathia lobbying Pettitte to come back

    MLB.com Nov 7, 2012
    Beneath the surface of each good-natured text message about the football schedule, CC Sabathia has been quietly gauging Andy Pettitte's thoughts about stepping back into the Yankees' rotation.
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  • Yankees, NY Urban League cancel Football Classic

    Yankees, NY Urban League cancel Football Classic

    MLB.com Nov 7, 2012
    With region continuing to recover from Hurricane Sandy, the Yankees and the New York Urban League announced Wednesday that the 2012 Football Classic has been cancelled.
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  • Delmon Young pleads guilty to harassment in NY

    Delmon Young pleads guilty to harassment in NY

    CNNSI.com Nov 7, 2012
    NEW YORK (AP) -- Detroit Tigers star Delmon Young pleaded guilty Wednesday to aggravated harassment in an incident last spring where he shouted an anti-Semitic slur and tackled a man to the ground outside a Manhattan hotel, prosecutors said.
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