Tag "New York Yankees"

Keeping up With Kevin Youkilis 

Kevin Youkilis was a staple on the Boston Red Sox from 2004 to 2012. The versatile, third baseman turned first baseman, who could hold down any of the corner outfield positions, won two World Series titles with the team made

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David Price Carries Frustration Onto the Field

Last night was a night to forget for David Price, but he may have known that before the game. Price has pitched historically awful at Yankee stadium in his career. Before last night start, he has posted 0-3 record with

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Red Sox Use Longball to Down Yankees 5-4; One Game Out of First Place 

The Boston Red Sox, backed by five innings of two-run ball from Drew Pomeranz and four home runs on offense, edged the New York Yankees 5-4 Tuesday evening.  The Red Sox started this one off strong with a run in

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Five Reasons Why This Red Sox Home Stand Could Determine the Season

The Boston Red Sox started a six game home stand against the Texas Rangers and will continue with a series against Seattle Mariners. In a season with 162 games, every game is important. Here are five reasons why these upcoming games

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Sale Continues to Shine; Big Papi Sorely Missed in Lineup

Another quality start out of Chris Sale waisted as the Boston Red Sox failed score any runs in a 3-0 shutout loss to the New York Yankees Thursday night.  Sale has looked nothing short of spectacular posting a 1.19 ERA and

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This Homestand Is Sure to Test the Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox sit in the middle of the AL East with a record of 11-9 and have a tough schedule starting them down.  They finish play with the New York Yankees tonight, welcome the Chicago Cubs for three

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Make “The Rivalry” Great Again

It has now been 13 years since the Boston Red Sox came back from being down three games to none in the 2004 American League Championship Series against the New York Yankees, but since then “the rivalry” hasn’t been the

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