7/21 – Yankees vs. Orioles

ORIOLES (41-51)
Roberts 2B
Jones CF
Markakis RF
Huff 1B
Scott DH
Mora 3B
Reimold LF
Wieters C
Izturis SS

Pitching:
Rich Hill (3-2, 7.22)

YANKEES (55-37)

Jeter SS
Damon LF
Teixeira 1B
Rodriguez DH
Posada C
Swisher RF
Cano 2B
Cabrera CF
Ransom 3B

Pitching:
Sergio Mitre (season debut)

43 Comments

Arbiso unhittable for ‘Dogs
July 22, 2009
http://newyork.yankees.mlb.com/mlb/minorleagues/team_index.jsp?c_id=nyy

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YANKEES MINOR LEAGUE SCOREBOARD July 22, 2009

Scranton/WB
Columbus (Indians) POSTPONED
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Trenton 9
New Hampshire (Blue Jays) 4
W: Pope (4-7, 4.94); L: Perez, L (6-8, 3.73)
HR: NH: Gorneault (4), Campbell, S (1).
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2009_07_22_treaax_nhmaax_1&t=g_box&did=milb
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Fort Myers (Twins) 2
Tampa 1
W: Bromberg (8-1, 2.86); L: Pendleton (10-5, 2.76); SV: Steedley (6)
HR: TAM: Sublett (4).
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2009_07_22_ftmafa_tbyafa_1&t=g_box&did=milb
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Charleston 8
Greensboro (Marlins) 2
W: Arbiso (3-6, 3.23); L: Johnson, Gr (5-4, 4.76)
HR: CSC: Mesa (19).
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?sid=milb&t=g_box&gid=2009_07_22_crdafx_gboafx_1
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Jamestown (Marlins) 3
Staten Island 0 (7)
W: Petersen (2-2, 4.18); L: Vizcaino (0-4, 2.87); SV: Ramos, A (2)
HR: None.
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2009_07_22_jamasx_staasx_1&t=g_box&did=milb
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Jamestown (Marlins) 3
Staten Island 6 (7)
W: Warren (3-1, 1.23); L: O’Gara (1-2, 6.06); SV: Bailey (1)
HR: SI: Baker, Ryan J. (2).
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2009_07_22_jamasx_staasx_2&t=g_box&did=milb
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GCL Phillies 6
GCL Yankees 2
W: Sasaki, R (1-0, 4.79); L: Turley (1-1, 4.13)
HR: None.
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2009_07_22_phlrok_yanrok_1&t=g_box&did=milb
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You may also see http://www.yankeesdaily.com for details.
=========================================================================
YANKEES MINOR LEAGUE SCOREBOARD July 23, 2009

Scranton/WB
Columbus (Indians) 7:05 PM
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Trenton
New Hampshire (Blue Jays) 12:05 PM
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Fort Myers (Twins) 7:00 PM
Tampa
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Charleston
Greensboro (Marlins) 7:05 PM
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Staten Island
Brooklyn (Mets) 7:00 PM
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GCL Blue Jays 12:00 PM
GCL Yankees
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You may also see http://www.yankeesdaily.com for details.

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any one heard from Bryan???

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Final in Texas: Texas 3 Boston 1.

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True, but none better than Swisher, unless they have huge contracts.

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Sper,
Neither Bay nor Holiday have good enough arms to replace Swisher. There have been others mentioned on MLB Trade Rumors (not as often as Bay and Holiday) and not just this year. I’m not necessarily thinking long term either, but we’ll have to wait and see who Cashman can come up with!

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Matt,
And I’d bet you want the last word too!

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Bryan: Where’s the blog for today’s game, July 22nd? Anyway, don’t know why we haven’t yet realized that since his injury Bruney is not able to pitch as set up or closer. He just doesn’t have it anymore. Fortunately, we didn’t end up losing the game but could have. Perhaps it’s time to try to trade Bruney in a package deal for someone who can help us. Girardi can’t keep hoping Bruney is going to be able to get back to where he was before he was injured. Disappointing to have to finish on a negative note even though the Yankees won and swept the series. Should have brought in Mo in the 9th inning even if they were up 6-2. Again not sure why Hinske is not used more even though Swisher had a good game defensively and offensively tonight. If he could do that on a consistent basis I’d have more confidence in him. Anyway, strong outing for AJ and enough offence to win the game. Yankees should take Oakland in a sweep but does the bubble have to burst soon? Hopefully they can keep it going.

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I’m not sure who the Yankees could make a trade for, OF wise, that would push Swisher to the bench. The only name that I could think of that’s been linked to trade talks would be Holliday, and I really don’t see the Yankees pushing for him. I’m only guessing but I would assume that Nady’s tenure in pinstripes is probably over, so the Yankees will definitely need to acquire a legitimate OF either via trade or through free agency this off-season. The free agent list for OF after this season isn’t really that impressive, with only Holliday, Jason Bay, Rick Ankiel looking like viable options. The rest are either mediocre players or are in their upper 30s and really shouldn’t be pursued. If they can acquire a very good OF, they can push Swisher to the bench or DH (Matsui is most likely done in pinstripes as well) and have Hinske on the bench as well. In my opinion, Swisher and Hinske provide formidable pop off the bench and would seriously add to depth for the team.

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Matt,
That’s your way. Always leave with a personal attack!!!

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Matt,
As we all know, arguing with you is futile, so let’s just wish LaRoche “good luck with the Red Sox”………………NOT!

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Sper,
I’m thinking of someone of near-Nady caliber not an All-Star!
Just a big enough fish to push Swisher to the bench!!!

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Sorry about the double post….

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Matt,
I see them both in decline. And didn’t we already pick up the equal of either in Hinske?

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Robert, you can’t have a roster full of “big fish”. If the past 8 or so years haven’t shown you that by now, then it’s time you open your eyes a little wider. A huge reason the Yankees are doing so well this year is because of contributions from everyone, especially the younger guys. The 2009 Yankees have the best mix of stars, veterans, young players and role players that it’s had since their last title. Look at what Hinske has done for the Yankees since he was acquired, and he’s not a “big fish” by any means, but he’s also not a Cody Ransom. Same thing with Xavier Nady (before he got hurt obviously), his talent is greater than Hinske’s and he was one of those solid players that was more of a role player (like a Paul O’neill, everyone knew him and he was good but he wasn’t a SUPERstar), but they both came into New York (so far)and have proven to be solid contributors. The Yankees don’t need to go out and get another ALL-STAR, they need players that play the game right and can get the job done on a consistent basis.

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Robert, you can’t have a roster full of “big fish”. If the past 8 or so years haven’t shown you that by now, then it’s time you open your eyes a little wider. A huge reason the Yankees are doing so well this year is because of contributions from everyone, especially the younger guys. The 2009 Yankees have the best mix of stars, veterans, young players and role players that it’s had since their last title. Look at what Hinske has done for the Yankees since he was acquired, and he’s not a “big fish” by any means, but he’s also not a Cody Ransom. Same thing with Xavier Nady (before he got hurt obviously), his talent is greater than Hinske’s and he was one of those solid players that was more of a role player (like a Paul O’neill, everyone knew him and he was good but he wasn’t a SUPERstar), but they both came into New York (so far)and have proven to be solid contributors. The Yankees don’t need to go out and get another ALL-STAR, they need players that play the game right and can get the job done on a consistent basis.

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yanksfor09, we’ll see Pena back in Pinstripes this season, but barring injury, it won’t be until rosters expand in September.

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Sorry, I’m not impressed by Adam LaRoche or Chris Duncan! I’d be after a bigger fish, and I’m sure Cashman started “working the phones” long ago!!!

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Since that Sux got 2 good deals today, then Cashman better get some done. I would take a look at Craig Counsell of the Brewers, Maicer Izturis of Angels, or Brendan Ryan of the Cardinals, but I don’t think that they’ll be traded anyway…I just want some who can get the job done offensively and defensively…and do better than Ransom. Or at least bring Pena back!

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Wow, the Red Sox just traded Julio Lugo to the Cardinals for Chris Duncan… So the Red Sox finally rid themselves of Lugo, and got a ANOTHER serviceable player today. I’d have to say they stole Duncan, then again the Cardinals did have a definite surplus of OF. So far today, the Red Sox have added Chris Duncan and Adam LaRoche, 2 players that will add depth to the bench, and they got them both for basically nothing. Solid moves in my opinion, now Mr. Cashman HAS to start working the phones.

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The YES commentators are really awful. For half an inning during the 7/22 BAL game they babbled with someone about the ND/ARMY game a year and a half from now. They could at least babble about the game in progress. Better yet, dump one of them, don’t show the other on camera and maybe we can get some commentary as to what’s happening on the field. The GAME is the main attraction, not the talking heads. I’ll continue to watch Yankee baseball, but with the babblers muted.

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I don’t know, but what I do know is the Yankees have to make some moves. Not necessarily because the Red Sox are making themselves better, but because the Yankees have gaps to fill if they want to win #27. They need another bench player with a capable bat (Ransom’s need not apply), and a solid late innings reliever. A player of LaRoche’s caliber would be a solid addition to the bench, obviously someone though with a little more defensive flexibility other than a strict 1B/DH type. Mark DeRosa would’ve been a perfect player for this team. Apparently the Yankees have been scouting the A’s, does this mean they’re going to go after Holliday? I’m not so sure the Yankees will make a huge splash by the deadline, but I guess with the Yankees you just never know.

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I think we’ll see a new face (hopefully two) by 7/31, but the clubs with the players I desire the most are still in contention. The Red Sox added a little more punch for a highly touted shortstop who has an underdeveloped bat and a low level pitcher. I still think they trade away some of their starting pitching depth and plug in Buchholz permanently.

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Another cheap save, which is why I think the save is a very overblown statistic. Giving him a save for one batter, that sucks.. I almost have to believe Bruney helped set the save up with the back to back bombs w/2outs.. Give me a break, It plain smells fishy!

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(I was quoting and agreeing w/seeknay51, sorry for any confusion.)

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Although he gets his 28th save this is an outing that Mo should not have been involved in. When you have a 4 run lead in the top of the 9th your pen (Bruney) ought to be able to hold it and Girardi should not have to use Rivera. Instead Mo has to warm up, come in and save this game. Those pitches tend to add up over a season.
Could not agree more.

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Robert, as opposed to the Yankees, the Sux are always dreadful on the road. (Imagine where they’d be if the Yankees were even 2-8 instead of 0-8 against them this year.)
– Magadan gets no grief in the same way that fans were supportive of Ortiz during his horrible slump. Sadly, our guys don’t get the same pass from us.
– In any event, the Yankees have back to back sweeps against a 1st place team and a last place team, and w/the A’s they have a good chance of winning a third straight series at home–and maybe even sweep–a team they should beat. Sweet.

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Although he gets his 28th save this is an outing that Mo should not have been involved in. When you have a 4 run lead in the top of the 9th your pen (Bruney) ought to be able to hold it and Girardi should not have to use Rivera. Instead Mo has to warm up, come in and save this game. Those pitches tend to add up over a season.

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Now Mo has to come in. ……

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nice job Bruney….. Two K’s then back to back jacks…. Think they don’t see the 4-seamer coming? Maybe lead off with something else???

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I agree mattys, I hope the Yankees haven’t closed the door on potential moves due to an ok game by Mitre. The Red Sox traded for Adam LaRoche today, not a bad deal. They gave up next to nothing for him, and he’ll provide solid insurance for Lowell. Do the Yankees make another move (or moves) before the deadline? I think they could/should.

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YANKEES MINOR LEAGUE SCOREBOARD July 21, 2009

Scranton/WB 2
Columbus (Indians) 1
W: Igawa (8-3, 3.45); L: Carmona, F (1-2, 3.46); SV: Albaladejo (5)
HR: SWB: de Caster (3).
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2009_07_21_swbaaa_colaaa_1&t=g_box&did=milb
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Trenton 9
New Hampshire (Blue Jays) 2
W: Bleich (1-3, 6.26); L: Marcum (0-1, 1.17); SV: Duff (1)
HR: TRN: Malec (6).
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?sid=milb&t=g_box&gid=2009_07_21_treaax_nhmaax_1
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Tampa 8
Palm Beach (Cardinals) 1
W: Mitchell, D. (5-5, 3.45); L: King, B (6-2, 3.00)
HR: None.
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2009_07_21_tbyafa_pbcafa_1&t=g_box&did=milb
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Jamestown (Marlins) POSTPONED
Staten Island
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GCL Yankees 2
GCL Phillies 1
W: Ramirez, Jo (4-0, 2.17); L: Angelle (2-1, 1.99); SV: Arballo (6)
HR: None.
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2009_07_21_yanrok_phlrok_1&t=g_box&did=milb
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You may also see http://www.yankeesdaily.com for details.

YANKEES MINOR LEAGUE SCOREBOARD July 22, 2009

Scranton/WB
Columbus (Indians) 7:05 PM
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Trenton
New Hampshire (Blue Jays) 7:05 PM
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Fort Myers (Twins) 7:00 PM
Tampa
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Charleston
Greensboro (Marlins) 7:05 PM
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Jamestown (Marlins) 7:00 PM
Staten Island
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GCL Phillies 12:00 PM
GCL Yankees
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You may also see http://www.yankeesdaily.com for details.

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I never expected the Red Sox to lose four straight. Their bats are cold but there is no negative talk about Dave Magadan.

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Good win tonite, then watched the sox go down to the Rangers on Ranger feed. Anyone on this blog think this team would be in 1st place a week after the all-star break? I sure didn’t.

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For the record, Damaso Marte threw a 20 pitch eighth inning for Scranton/WB tonight facing four right handed batters and one left handed. Two RH grounded out then he walked the only LH on four straight balls. A double followed by a single scored one run with the second runner gunned out at the plate by Shelley Duncan. SWB won 2 to 1. He may be a factor in any move the Yankees may make before the trade deadline!

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YF09,
Mitre’s next starts will be against the Athletics and White Sox. He should skip the Rays. I’m sure the A’s advance scouts got a “book” on him today, so he should be no surprise for them.

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Matt,
Even your “no talent” Ranson had a hit, two walks, ans scored twice. Winning is contageous. Let’s cheer for more!
No time to be a wet blanket now. That is if you’re a real Yankee fan!!!

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Good thing that Girardi pulled Mitre after he gave up 4 runs before its too late. He was solid, doing well until the 6th inning. But he got the job done, however he will have to face harder teams soon and limit the damage as much as possible.

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Matt,
We know that the 2006 Marlins were not very good though Girardi won Manager Of The Year. I think Mitre was 1 and 5 there but I haven’t looked to see where else he pitched.
But, who will care if he does his best Aaron Small immitation. Maybe a tighter elbow ligament will be enough! We can hope!!!

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Aceves has been this bullpen’s big surprise this year. The guy is paving the bridge between the starters & Mo.

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Ok Girardi you got 5.1 out of Mitre get that bullpen warming up, don’t screw around here.

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YANKEES MINOR LEAGUE SCOREBOARD July 20, 2009

Scranton/WB 1
Columbus (Indians) 8
W: Jackson, Z (4-7, 5.38); L: Sanchez, Ro (2-2, 5.03)
HR: SWB: Pena, R (1). COL: Marte, A (15).
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2009_07_20_swbaaa_colaaa_1&t=g_box&did=milb
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Trenton 4
New Hampshire (Blue Jays) 5 (10)
W: Dials (1-1, 3.27); L: Valdez, J (0-1, 3.27)
HR: TRN: Montero (7), Krum (1). NH: Calderone (11).
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2009_07_20_treaax_nhmaax_1&t=g_box&did=milb
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Tampa 6
Palm Beach (Cardinals) 4 (7)
W: Olbrychowski (2-1, 2.52); L: Eager (3-5, 4.88); SV: Venditte (1)
HR: None.
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2009_07_20_tbyafa_pbcafa_1&t=g_box&did=milb
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Tampa 2 (11)
Palm Beach (Cardinals) 1
W: Castillo, N (3-1, 3.97); L: Linares, K (0-1, 6.97); SV: Hovis (16)
HR: TAM: Adams, D (1).
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2009_07_20_tbyafa_pbcafa_2&t=g_box&did=milb
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Kannapolis (White Sox) 1
Charleston 6
W: Banuelos (8-4, 2.34); L: Griffith (0-2, 3.60)
HR: CSC: Almonte, A (2).
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2009_07_20_kanafx_crdafx_1&t=g_box&did=milb
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Jamestown (Marlins) 7
Staten Island 8
W: Flannery (1-0, 1.33); L: Ramos, A (1-1, 3.68)
HR: SI: Mack, D (2).
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2009_07_20_jamasx_staasx_1&t=g_box&did=milb
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GCL Yankees
GCL Tigers POSTPONED
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You may also see http://www.yankeesdaily.com for details.
========================================================================= YANKEES MINOR LEAGUE SCOREBOARD July 21, 2009

Scranton/WB
Columbus (Indians) 7:05 PM
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Trenton
New Hampshire (Blue Jays) 7:05 PM
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Tampa
Palm Beach (Cardinals) 6:35 PM
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Jamestown (Marlins) 11:00 AM
Staten Island
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GCL Yankees
GCL Phillies 12:00 PM
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You may also see http://www.yankeesdaily.com for details.

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