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Archive for May 4th, 2010
Tonight’s game was really a tale of two half innings. In the top of the third, AJ Burnett yielded an infield single and a walk before throwing Cesar Izturis’ sacrifice bunt down the right field line. With one run in, no outs and men on second and third, the stage was set for a Burnett [...]
AJ Burnett and Brain Matusz hook up in yet another series rematch. Last time around, Burnett earned the victory with eight shutout innings, but Matusz pitched well in defeat. The Yankees can probably expect to see a better performance this time around. The lineup features Derek Jeter’s first game as DH as well as Marcus [...]
Via Chad Jennings at the LoHud Yankees Blog, Donnie Collins of the Times-Tribune is reporting that Scranton outfielder Greg Golson is in New York awaiting activation by the Yankees. Golson, a former first round draft pick by the Phillies in 2004, was acquired from the Texas Rangers during the off season. He has been playing [...]
Last night’s game at Citizen Bank Ballpark turned into an episode of Law & Order when a 17-year old Phillies fan was tasered by a police officer after running on the field. Philadelphia has always been on the cutting edge of law enforcement at sporting events, so what better place to consider the appropriate use [...]