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So long, Solarte: The Plangervis era ends

With the trade of Yangervis Solarte, along with Rafael de Paula, to San Diego in exchange for Chase Headley, Plangervis has ended, and while he had a rough end to his stretch in pinstripes, Solarte...

Yankees 2, Rangers 1: Yanks win in the rain

The Yankees beat Rangers ace Yu Darvish tonight, sneaking out a 2-1 win after a balk and a Brett Gardner home run gave the Yankees the lead before rain ended the game for good.

Yankees rumors: Edwin Jackson & Ian Kennedy

Cubs righty Edwin Jackson makes a lot of sense for the Yankees at the trade deadline, while Ian Kennedy - another potential trade target - might not be on the move after all.

Yankees 4, Reds 3: Phelps, Ellsbury lead New York

The Yankees beat the Reds 4-2 in the Bronx tonight, as David Phelps pitched six solid innings and Ellsbury's two-run homer proved to the be the difference.

Greatest Yankee moments in All Star History

With the All-Star break rapidly approaching, look back at the history of the Midsummer Classic and the greatest All-Star moments from those wearing the beloved pinstripes.

Weekly Preview: The first half wraps up

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As we head towards the All Star break, the Yankees will have to go through the Cleveland Indians and Baltimore Orioles to gain some much needed momentum going in to the second half.

Yankees 6, Twins 5: Roberts, bullpen save the day

After a offensive explosion to start the game, powered mainly by Brian Roberts and Francisco Cervelli, the Yankees just barely managed to stave off the Twins, squeaking out a one run win in Minnesota.

Weekly Preview: Yanks face Rays & Twins

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After a rough week last week, the Yankees will have a chance to rack up some wins before the All-Star Game, facing the last place Tampa Bay Rays before traveling to Minnesota to take on the Twins.

Yankees 5, Blue Jays 3: Sweep avoided

Kuroda was dealing, the offense wasn't awful, and the Yankees managed to escape Toronto with a win, avoiding a sweep and ending their four game losing streak.

Yankees can take AL East lead this week

With another series against the division leaders in Toronto, plus three against Boston, the Yankees, just 1.5 games back, have a great chance to take the AL East lead this week.

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