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Ibanez's heroics give Yanks 2-1 lead over O's

Ibanez's heroics give Yanks 2-1 lead over O's

ESPN.com yahoo.com deadspin.com CNNSI.com Updated Oct 10, 2012
Raul Ibanez lined a ninth-inning home run while pinch hitting for Alex Rodriguez, then hit a leadoff homer in the 12th, giving the New York Yankees a stunning 3-2 win over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday for a 2-1 lead in their AL division series.
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  • Showalter to tab Saunders or Tillman for Game 4

    Showalter to tab Saunders or Tillman for Game 4

    MLB.com Oct 10, 2012
    If Orioles pitchers Chris Tillman or Joe Saunders have been told who's starting Game 4 of the American League Division Series against the Yankees on Thursday, they didn't let on Wednesday afternoon.
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  • Playing matchups, Girardi puts Chavez at hot corner

    Playing matchups, Girardi puts Chavez at hot corner

    The Yankees may not have much data on Orioles starter Miguel Gonzalez, but what little they do have told manager Joe Girardi that Eric Chavez should be in his lineup for Game 3 of the American League Division Series on Wednesday.
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  • Yankees will turn to Hughes in Game 4 vs. O's

    Yankees will turn to Hughes in Game 4 vs. O's

    ESPN.com Oct 10, 2012
    Manager Joe Girardi said right-hander Phil Hughes would start Game 4 against the Baltimore Orioles even if the New York Yankees were facing elimination.
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  • Donald Trump demands that Alex Rodriguez be dropped in Yankees …

    Donald Trump demands that Alex Rodriguez be dropped in Yankees batting order

    yahoo.com Oct 10, 2012
    Of course he does. Donald Trump sent this communique on Twitter on Wednesday afternoon. It's not known whether he already had seen Joe Girardi's lineup for Game 3 of the ALDS, in which Alex Rodriguez stayed firmly in the No. 3 spot. Regardless, The Dona…
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  • Rose says Jeter won't break career hits record

    Rose says Jeter won't break career hits record

    ESPN.com Oct 10, 2012
    Pete Rose is a self-admitted Derek Jeter fan, but baseball's all-time hits leader gives the Yankees shortstop no chance of breaking his record.
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  • Future with Yanks uncertain, Swisher's time is now

    Future with Yanks uncertain, Swisher's time is now

    MLB.com Oct 10, 2012
    Nick Swisher had barely unzipped his equipment bags upon reporting to Spring Training, and already the Yankees outfielder was talking about how last year had been "super stressful" for him and vowing that 2012 just wasn't going to be that way.
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  • Derek Jeter's Diary: The Real Season Begins

    Derek Jeter's Diary: The Real Season Begins

    grantland.com Oct 10, 2012
    The baseball season is a long and lonely road. To preserve his sanity, Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter keeps a diary. These are excerpts from The Captai...
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  • Video - Rose Says Jeter Won't Break Career Hits Record 04:44

    Rose Says Jeter Won't Break Career Hits Record

    Oct 10
    Colin Cowherd discusses Pete Rose's comments that Derek Jeter will not break his hits record.
  • Video - Ibanez Lifts Yankees, Stuns Orioles 03:10

    Ibanez Lifts Yankees, Stuns Orioles

    Oct 10
    Baseball Tonight breaks down Raul Ibanez' heroics in Game 3 and discusses Jim Johnson's struggles against the Yankees.
  • Video - Ibanez Reflects On Late Game Heroics 01:07

    Ibanez Reflects On Late Game Heroics

    Oct 10
    Raul Ibanez talks about his pinch-hit home run in the 9th inning, and his walk-off homer in the 12th.
  • Video - Highlight Of The Night 03:21

    Highlight Of The Night

    Oct 10
    Yankees win to take 2-1 series lead against Orioles.

Sports Columnists

  • NFL - Early surprise teams might lack staying power

    Oct 10
    The Vikings and Cardinals have surprised early, but don't be surprised if they're eventually figured out, writes John Clayton
  • NFL -- Clayton: Alex Karras' humor was his strength

    Oct 10
    Alex Karras was great on the field for the Lions but even more winning as an entertainer, writes John Clayton.
  • The Thunder need to pay James Harden now

    Oct 10
    The Thunder claiming they are just a poor, small-market team that can't afford James Harden doesn't work in today's NBA.