McCarthy Tosses 4-Hit Shutout Gem in 2:07

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GAME 125: Brandon McCarthy figured out how to get around the Yankees anemic offense — keep the opponent off the scoreboard. The righty tossed a complete game, shutout masterpiece, striking out 8 while allowing only 4 hits. With 107 pitches (79 for strikes), McCarthy improved to 5-2 with New York, lowering his ERA to 1.90. Chase Headley (2 RBI) and Ichiro (1 RBI) provided the offense. Here’s the box score and recap.

Yanks Have to Resign McCarthy

A no-brainer. Whatever needed fixin’ in McCarthy’s mechanics is fixed, and his performances have literally kept the Yankees slim post-season chances alive. As Deion Sanders would say “Pay the man!”. McCarthy MUST remain in pinstripes in 2015!
TRADE CHATTER: MLB Trade Rumors reports that  Jon Lester’s return to the Red Sox is unlikely, and the Yankees and Cubs are possible frontrunners.


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MEMORY LANE: On August 21, 2000, the Yankees signed Dioner Navarro as an amateur free agent. On this date in 1931, Babe Ruth hits his 600th home run, off George Blaeholder of the Browns, as the Yankees win 11-7.

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