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Game 1 of the ALCS got off to a slow start with the New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers scoreless after five innings. The Yankees would have had at least one run, though, if first base umpire Rob Drake had made the right call at the end of the second in…Upvote Share Tweet
CNNSI.com Oct 13, 2012Raul Ibanez sent Game 1 of the ALCS to extra innings with another dramatic home run in the ninth, but the Tigers have regained the lead on Delmon Young's RBI double in the top of the 12th.Upvote Share Tweet
Good News, Everyone, A-Rod Is Back: Your ALCS Open ThreadMr. October July? Rodriguez is back in the starting line-up (if you call "batting sixth" the starting line-up). Dog Fister and Andy Pettitte square off in chilly New York, and the ghosts of Orioles past will fly aimlessly through stadium, moan…Upvote Share Tweet
Game 2 start stirs fond Bronx memories for AnibalMLB.com Oct 13, 2012Six years ago, Anibal Sanchez toed the rubber in old Yankee Stadium for his debut. On Sunday, Sanchez will start for Detroit in Game 2 of the ALCS against the Yankees in New York's newer version of its classic cathedral.Upvote Share Tweet
A-Rod returns to Yankees' lineup, dropped to 6thCNNSI.com Oct 13, 2012NEW YORK (AP) -- Alex Rodriguez returned to the Yankees' starting lineup for their AL championship series opener against Detroit on Saturday night, dropped to sixth in the batting order.Upvote Share TweetAbout 45 minutes after CC Sabathia fired the final out of the American League Division Series into Mark Teixeira's glove, manager Joe Girardi was huddling with his coaches plotting the Yankees' pitching for the next round.Upvote Share Tweet
This Week's Signs Of The ApocalypseFor nearly two decades, Sports Illustrated has stirred the tea leaves to discern a weekly Sign of the Apocalypse. Deadspin salutes the magazine's ongoing effort to cover the end of times but declines to cede the scoop on the biggest event in world histo…Upvote Share TweetThe ALCS will feature a rematch of last season's ALDS series in which the Tigers eliminated the Yankees in five games. Can Detroit pull it off again? Cliff Corcoran likes its chances.Upvote Share Tweet
The Yankees' Parking Company Is In Default Because, As It Turns Out, People Take The Subway To Yankees' GamesYesterday we brought you a screenshot of the half-empty stands inside of Yankee Stadium a good half hour after the first pitch of Game 5 of the Yankee-Orioles series. New York's transportation system is uniquely-how should we put it-clusterfuck-y arouUpvote Share TweetThe Yankees added reliever Cody Eppley to their active roster for the AL Championship Series against Detroit and dropped infielder Eduardo Nunez.Upvote Share Tweet
A.L.C.S.: In Third Meeting in Seven Octobers, Expect Strikeouts and Rainnytimes.com Oct 13, 2012For the Yankees' struggling hitters, it is probably best not to dwell too much on the Tigers, who held the A's to a .194 average in their division series. Then again, the Yankees held the Orioles to a .187 average in theirs.Upvote Share Tweet
TBS happy to see Yankees deliver thrilling victory over Baltimore Orioles in ALDS, set-up marquee matchupnydailynews.com Oct 13, 2012When J.J. Hardy grounded out to Derek Jeter to end the eighth inning, leaving the bases loaded with the Orioles managing to score only one run, sighs of relief were heard coming from the headquarters o f TBS, Fox and Major League Baseball. And when CC S…Upvote Share Tweet
Miguel Cabrera After Tigers Hold OnOct 13Miguel Cabrera talks to Buster Olney after Tigers survive for 6-4 win in Game 1 of the ALCS.
Big Loss For Yankees In Game 1Oct 13Baseball Tonight on the significance of losing Derek Jeter for the season after 6-4 defeat by the Tigers.
Derek Jeter Suffers Broken Left AnkleOct 13Joe Girardi addresses media after Derek Jeter suffers broken left ankle and will miss the rest of the season.
Baseball Tonight SpotlightOct 13Derek Jeter suffers broken left ankle and will miss rest of the season as Yankees fall to Tigers in Game 1 of ALCS.