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New York Post Oct 15, 2017
Why Joe Girardi thinks this is about to turn

Why Joe Girardi thinks this is about to turn

Joe Girardi said he hasn’t seen signs of panic from his players during the first heartbreaking two games of the ALCS against the Astros. That may be true, but the manager hasn’t seen many hits either in two losses that dropped the Yankees into an 0-2 ditch heading into Game 3 Monday night at Yankee...
New York Post Oct 14, 2017
Brett Gardner has evolved from trade chip to indispensable star

Brett Gardner has evolved from trade chip to indispensable star

HOUSTON – Greg Bird has reminded folks that he can really hit and Masahiro Tanaka has shown that he is better than his tough regular season. David Robertson has demonstrated he will take the ball in any role and thrive while Didi Gregorius has vanquished any lingering ghosts of Derek Jeter. Yet, has any Yankee...
New York Daily News Oct 13, 2017
Former Yankees outfielder Chad Curtis ordered to pay $1.8M

Former Yankees outfielder Chad Curtis ordered to pay $1.8M

A federal judge ordered former Yankees outfielder Chad Curtis to pay $1.8 million to a former student-athlete.
Amazin Avenue Oct 14, 2017
Mets Morning News: Mets interview Kevin Long

Mets Morning News: Mets interview Kevin Long

Your Saturday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets During an otherwise extremely slow news day, the Mets quietly interviewed hitting coach Kevin Long for their managerial opening. Around the NL East Jayson Werth still isn’t quite sure what happened to the Nationals in Game 5. The Phillies have named Larry Bowa a “senior adviser” to GM Matt Klentak. The Marlins are planning to slash their already modest payroll by an addition $25 million next season. Around MLB Dallas Keuchel struck out 10 as the Astros beat the Yankees in Game 1 of their...
Grand Rapids Press Oct 15, 2017
Justin Verlander still dominating: After 13 Ks, he's 8-0 since joining Astros

Justin Verlander still dominating: After 13 Ks, he's 8-0 since joining Astros

Verlander struck out 13 and allowed just one run in nine innings Saturday, as the Astros beat the New York Yankees 2-1 to take a 2-0 lead in the American League Championship Series. If Justin Verlander had rejected a trade to the Houston Astros in the waning hours of Aug. 31, he would have endured a miserable September with the Detroit Tigers and be sitting at home right now, watching the playoffs on television. Instead, the longtime Tigers ace is in the thick of the most dominating stretch of his career and on the verge of a leading his new team to a World...
Washington Times 11 hours ago

Judge, Sabathia help Yankees beat Astros 8-1, trail ALCS 2-1

NEW YORK (AP) - Back in the Bronx, the big guys delivered. Greeted by an array of "All Rise" signs in a ballpark that fits their style, Aaron Judge hit a three-run homer and made a pair of sparkling catches, leading CC Sabathia and the New York Yankees over the ...
San Francisco Chronicle 8 hours ago

Power, pitching give Yankees first win in ALCS

NEW YORK — Back in the Bronx, the big men delivered. Greeted by an array of “All Rise” signs in a ballpark that fits the Yankees’ style, Aaron Judge hit a three-run homer and made two sparkling catches, leading CC Sabathia and New York over Houston 8-1 on Monday night and cutting the Yankees’ deficit to 2-1 in the AL Championship Series. Todd Frazier hit a go-ahead, three-run homer into the short porch in right field in the second inning against Charlie Morton. Judge, the 6-foot-7 rookie who entered in a 4-for-31 (.129)...
Bleed Cubbie Blue 20 hours ago
The Cubs should stockpile closers like the Yankees, Dodgers and Astros have done

The Cubs should stockpile closers like the Yankees, Dodgers and Astros have done

The three other championship series teams have plenty of bullpen help. The Cubs don’t, and it could cost them. We have seen, over the last couple of years’ worth of postseason games, managers take out starting pitchers earlier and earlier. It’s become nearly an epidemic this year, especially with the Cubs: Just one Cubs starter, Kyle Hendricks in the very first game of this year’s postseason, has pitched in the seventh inning. Why is this happening? Because teams are attempting to shorten games by acquiring multiple closers. Of the four teams still alive in this year’s postseason,...

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