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Month: April 2014

Nova Rebounds, Beltran Rakes, Phelps Escapes in 3-2 Thriller Win

  GAME 13 : Yankees starter Ivan Nova‘s solid, bounce-back performance was almost an afterthought in a wild game that featured injuries, replay challenges, a manager ejection, uncommon double-plays, loud home runs, and a spectacular catch on top of the standard Yankees-Red Sox drama. Nova finished with a line of 7 1/3, 8 hits, 2 ER, …

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Michael Pineda Shines in Rivalry Debut; Phelps Stellar in Save, Anna Goes Yard

  GAME 10 : In his second start of the 2014 season, right-hander Michael Pineda was dominant, throwing first pitch strikes and scattering 4 hits over 6+ innings, striking out 7 and allowing 2 walks. His first and only mistake pitch of the night came in the 7th, hanging one to Daniel Nava, who deposited it …

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Tanaka Strong in Yankee Stadium Debut With 10 K's, But Post-Mo Reality Sets In With Tough 5-4 Loss

  GAME 9 : Masahiro Tanaka‘s Yankee Stadium debut started rough with some hard hit balls in the first, and one mistake pitch in the second that Oriole’s third baseman Jonathan Schoop lifted just inside the left field foul pole for a 3-run dinger. Similar to his first  start in Toronto, Tanaka then settled in …

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