George Steinbrenner has died.
That's eight-straight wins for the lefty, and eight of nine for the Yankees overall.
The longtime Yankees public-address announcer died yesterday at the age of 99.
Plus, a Jeter and A-Rod gigglefest, in a 6–2 win over Oakland.
Including: a gift basket for A-Rod, and a Home Run Derby appearance for Robinson Cano.
Solid pitching from Vazquez, Chamberlain, and Rivera, and no distractions from a dopey T-shirt.
A-Rod's home run salvaged a game against Seattle and lets the Yankees enter this weekend in good spirits.
King Felix throws a complete game shutout.
His worst start of the year came after being skipped. But it's not the first time he's struggled of late.
Opposing him tonight: future former Mariner Cliff Lee.
The Yankees rally off Jonathan Broxton and win 8–6 in ten innings.
Alex Rodriguez has no comment.
The ending was a happy one, though.
Not that it matters when your bullpen allows six runs in an inning.
Former Paterson aide refuses to speak in domestic-abuse and Yankee-ticket investigations.
Or should we say, "Kurt Teixeira" took the Nirvana front man's death really hard.
He got the first two batters out, at least.