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  • Derek Jeter makes successful return to Yankees

    Derek Jeter makes successful return to Yankees
    Derek Jeter delivered a single on the first pitch he saw in his season debut with the New York Yankees, helping the club rally for an 8-4 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Thursday afternoon in the Bronx.
  • Yankees take game three from Royals

    Yankees take game three from Royals
    Robinson Cano hit a three-run homer, Lyle Overbay added a grand slam and the New York Yankees snapped out of their offensive funk with an 8-1 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday night.     Ivan Nova delivered another impressive pitching...

    Jim Johnson blows sixth save of the year in loss to the Yankees

    Jim Johnson blows sixth save of the year in loss to the Yankees
    NEW YORK – There is a way to crunch the numbers so that Jim Johnson’s 2013 season looks palatable. The Orioles closer is still leading the majors with 29 saves. He has made 43 appearances in the first half – tied for fourth most in all...

    Orioles bash Yankees, 11-3, as rivals' role reversal continues

    Orioles bash Yankees, 11-3, as rivals' role reversal continues
    To suggest that there has been a reversal of fortune — that after an 11-3 bludgeoning of the New York Yankees on Saturday night at Camden Yards the Orioles and Bronx Bombers have swapped places — would be premature. The Yankees, after all,...

    Nate McLouth's walk-off homer against Yankees snaps Orioles' skid

    Nate McLouth's walk-off homer against Yankees snaps Orioles' skid
    You could pick a number of storylines from a sticky, summer-like Tuesday evening at Camden Yards and really not go wrong. There was the obvious, made-for-TV clip of Nate McLouth lifting a game-ending homer over the right-field wall in the bottom of...