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Yankees postgame: No deal07.31.11

Brian Cashman said he called around, that the goal is always to improve the pitching. But he didn’t find what he was looking for at the right price. So the rotation remains as is. The Yankees didn’t make a move before the nonwaiver trade deadline at 4 today.

“I just feel like we’re a lot deeper,” Cashman said. “I’m willing, by the position I’ve taken in the last three weeks, to rely on that than go out and pay an enormous price on something that I’m not certain what it’s going to provide. …

“We have one of the premier rosters in the game right now.”

Freddy Garcia and Bartolo Colon have combined for 18 wins. Cashman also praised the improvement in A.J. Burnett and talked about Phil Hughes just having to find the consistency. But most of all, he talked about the organizational pitching depth.

First there’s Ivan Nova with nine wins and no spot. Then there’s Adam Warren, the 23-year-old Triple-A righty. Cashman said he’s “a legitimate starting choice for us right now.” But they’re highest on Manny Banuelos, who appears to be on the fast track. The 20-year-old lefty has earned a promotion from Double-A Trenton. He’s scheduled to make his debut for Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Tuesday. Cashman didn’t rule him out of the major-league picture for this season, either.

“He’s obviously got ability that the whole industry has taken notice of,” Cashman said.

Cashman also didn’t rule out moves before the waiver-deal deadline Aug. 31.

“It doesn’t mean we’re done shopping or done looking,” Cashman said. “But at the same time, I’m very comfortable with the decisions we made. I like our team. We’ll continue to look for ways to make it better. I think we have some very talented young kids. They might come up here and it’ll be interesting to see their attempt to make it better.”

Brett Gardner, who had the decisive three-run triple in today’s 4-2 win over the Orioles, didn’t think a trade was necessary.

“Everybody has been playing pretty well,” Gardner said. “You hear people talking — not players, teammates or coaches, but outside, media, things like that — about trying to get a pitcher. But I don’t really see where we need one. Our guys have been throwing the ball great.

“Freddy and Bartolo were two great pickups in the offseason. Both those guys have been tremendous. I think we’re right where we want to be at.”

Mariano Rivera took the no-deal outcome as a positive.

“That gives the whole team confidence that the front office, the manager and everybody, has confidence in us,” he said. “We have a great team, so we just have to go out there and fight.”

*Derek Jeter’s right middle finger took a beating in this series. He took a grounder off of it Saturday night. Then Jake Arrieta hit him on the knuckle with a third-inning 91 mph fastball in this finale. Jeter came out an inning later for a pinch hitter.

“I just have problems gripping, which can affect throwing and swinging, which is a problem when you’re trying to play baseball.” Jeter said.

X-rays were negative. He’s day to day. He hopes to play tonight in Chicago. But Joe Girardi wasn’t so sure.

“Could it be a day or two? I think it could be a possibility,” Girardi said. “We’ll see how he feels tomorrow.”

*Freddy Garcia extended his career-high streak to 59 2-3 innings without allowing a homer, the longest streak now for starters in the majors. He also improved to 54-23 in day games, a .701 winning percentage, the best among active pitchers. Why’s he so good on the day shift?

“Maybe because the players go out and they don’t have no rest,” Garcia said, smiling. “I don’t know. I love to pitch day games. It’s always been that way.”

*Francisco Cervelli pinch hit for Jeter in the fourth and played two innings at second, his first time there in his career. His one chance resulted in a low throw to second, but he still got the force. Cano moved from DH to second in the seventh.

“(Girardi) told me to get ready and then I started putting my shin guards on and he said, ‘You’re going to play second base.’ I said, ‘Alright,’ ” Cervelli said. “I was surprised, but you just do it.”

*The Yankees finished the homestand 7-3. They are 9-1 now vs. Baltimore.

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Yankees stand pat07.31.11

The Yankees made no deals at the deadline.

“I didn’t expect one,” Joe Girardi said. “I didn’t see one coming.”

Brian Cashman raved about the pitching in the organization and said he was comfortable with this team. He didn’t rule out waiver acquisitions in the next month, though.

“We’ve got a lot of depth,” Cashman said.

We’ll have more later for you.

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Game 106: Yankees vs. Orioles, Jeter injury update07.31.11

Yankees lineup
1. Brett Gardner LF
2. Derek Jeter SS
3. Curtis Granderson CF
4. Mark Teixeira 1B
5. Robinson Cano DH
6. Nick Swisher RF
7. Eric Chavez 3B
8. Russell Martin C
9. Eduardo Nunez 2B
Freddy Garcia RHP

Orioles lineup
1. J.J. Hardy SS
2. Nick Markakis RF
3. Adam Jones CF
4. Vladimir Guerrero DH
5. Chris Davis 1B
6. Mark Reynolds 3B
7. Felix Pie LF
8. Craig Tatum C
9. Robert Andino 2B
Jake Arrieta RHP

TV/Time: YES/1:08
Umpires: Jim Reynolds HP, Mike DiMuro 1B, Tim Welke 2B, Andy Fletcher 3B
Weather: Sunny, 85

Touching home: Curtis Granderson leads the majors in runs scored with 94. The closest player is 15 behind.

Team July: The Yankees today will finish their 19th consecutive winning July. They are 15-11 this month. They hold the major-league record for consecutive winning Julys.

Update, 1:15: Garcia looked good in the first, just a looping single allowed. He strikes out two swinging at off-speed pitches.

Update, 1:28: Bases loaded, two outs for the Yankees after two singles and a walk. Swisher is up.

Update, 1:29: Grounder to third, side retired. There was no 12-run first-inning repeat. Well, that was a little rare considering the last time it had happened for the Yankees prior to last night was never.

Update, 1:36: Very effective inning for Garcia. Has the Orioles off balance with his breaking stuff. Fanned two more in the second.

Update, 1:44: Just a one-out Nunez single in the second.

Update, 1:57: 1-0, Orioles in the third. Two walks hurt Garcia. Then he gave up an RBI infield hit to Jones. Jeter showed great range behind second, but he made an error on the throw to second, allowing the runner to go to third. So it’s first and third, two outs.

Update, 1:59: Guerrero grounds out to end the inning.

Update, 2:03: Jeter is drilled on the right hand, looked like it got a couple of fingers. 91 mph fastball. He’s staying in. He took a grounder off a finger last night, too.

Update, 2:13: Bases loaded, one out in the Yankees third. Swisher up.

Update, 2:15: Swisher had a great doubleheader yesterday, but he left the bases loaded in the first and he just bounced into a 1-6-3 double play.

Update, 2:32: Walk, error, single, bases loaded, no one out in the fourth for the Yankees. Gardner up. Jeter is coming out of the game. Cervelli is on deck.

Update, 2:34: They didn’t leave the bases loaded this time. Gardner cleared them with a triple to the right-field corner, 3-1 Yankees.

Update, 2:38: Granderson chops one toward first, 4-1 after the out. We’ll wait for a report on Jeter. Cervelli is the new second baseman. Nunez moves to short.

Update, 2:48: Cervelli has never played second in a big-league game before.

Update, 2:50: Both the Orioles and the Yankees go down 1-2-3 in the fifth.

Update, 2:57: Guerrero pokes a single into center, 4-2, in the sixth.

Update, 3:01: Cervelli looked a little awkward with his footwork trying to start a double play, throw was a bit low, but he got the force. And the Yankees are now out of the inning.

Update, 3:06: Jeter has a bruised right middle finger. X-rays were negative. He’s day to day.

Update, 3:10: Jim Johnson is coming into pitch after two walks to start the sixth.

Update, 3:19: Noesi is taking over for the seventh. And the Yankees are going for defense now with the two-run lead. Cervelli is out. Cano is moving from DH to second.

Update, 3:25: Two outs, one on. Robertson will replace Noesi.

Update, 3:29: Robertson gets the third out.

Update, 3:53: Robertson strikes out the side in the eighth. Still 4-2. Seven minutes till the trading deadline. 

Update, 4:01: The deadline has passed, no annoucements. A couple of reports had the Yankees’ bid for Wandy Rodriguez going nowhere because they wanted Houston to chip in a lot to defray the cost of the $38 million-plus he’s due through a 2014 option year. Mariano Rivera is on for the ninth.

Update, 4:08: Rivera turns in a 1-2-3 ninth for save No. 27. Yankees win, 4-2. They win three out of four in the series and are now 22 over .500, at 64-42.

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Yankees pregame: Trade deadline07.31.11

The nonwaiver deal deadline is at 4. The latest morning rumors have the Yankees interested in Houston left-hander Wandy Rodriguez and Padres closer Heath Bell. But a lot of times nothing comes of these things.

“If nothing happens, we’ve gotten where we are because of the guys we have in that room,” Joe Girardi said.

Girardi said there have been only initial discussions about what to do about Ivan Nova. The discussions will continue after they get through today’s game, whether to keep him around, or send him back to Triple-A.

“That’s one of the things that would be a natural move, but we’re going to talk about what we’re going to do,” Girardi said. “We just talked about maybe tweaking our rotation a little bit. Do you give guys an extra day? That sort of thing.”

Phil Hughes is still a work in progress back in the rotation, returning after the long layoff due to shoulder inflammation. But Girardi said, “We believe the guy still has a huge upside. … His stuff last time was closer to where it was last year.”

Girardi praised the work of Bartolo Colon and today’s starter Freddy Garcia, saying, “I don’t know where we’d be without them. Both of them have been excellent.”    

Girardi said Alex Rodriguez is supposed to see a doctor tomorrow to check on the state of his surgically repaired knee, and that he’s due to head to Tampa this week.

“When he goes to Tampa, the idea is to start getting him doing some baseball stuff,” Girardi said. “I think once he gets going, it shouldn’t take that long. It’s more just waiting for the knee to heal. I don’t think you’re talking about having to do a week of rehab games. Once we get it, it’ll go pretty quickly.”

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Yankees lineup07.31.11

1. Gardner LF
2. Jeter SS
3. Granderson CF
4. Teixeira 1B
5. Cano DH
6. Swisher RF
7. Chavez 3B
8. Martin C
9. Nunez 2B
Garcia P

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Yankees postgame: What’s next for Nova?07.31.11

Ivan Nova belongs up here. The rookie is 9-4 with a 4.01 ERA. He gave up just two runs, six hits and one walk while fanning six over seven innings in this 17-3 win over the Orioles in the second game.

Yet his immediate future is unclear. Joe Girardi said the plan for him has yet to be discussed, and he left open the possibility of a short-term six-man rotation. Nova obviously doesn’t want to have to go back to Triple-A. But he said, “That’s a decision I don’t make. Of course, I want to be here.”

He added: “I just thought pitch my game, pitch a good game. If I had to prove something, I did already.”

*Rafael Soriano made a nice return, a 1-2-3 ninth with two strikeouts in the second game, his first outing for the Yankees since May 13.

“I felt really good to be out there,” Soriano said. “Thank God I came back and everything was OK. I was pain free.”

There was one negative.

“The velocity wasn’t there,” Soriano said.

But he added that he thought it would come back with more outings.

*Derek Jeter took a grounder off his finger in the second game, but Girardi thought he would be OK for Sunday’s game.

*That Yankees-record 12-run first in the nightcap included 70 pitches by Zach Britton and Jason Berken.

“It’s tough to swallow,” Britton said. “The game’s over in the first inning. As a position player, I can’t imagine what they’re thinking. They know that there’s no way we’re going to win this game, most likely. So it just takes the winds out of your sails.”

*Robinson Cano finished 5 for 5 with five RBI, the first Yankees second baseman to get at least five hits and five RBI in a game since 1920.

*The Orioles traded first baseman Derrek Lee to the Pirates for a minor-league first baseman.

*The Red Sox reportedly were on the verge of getting righty Rich Harden from the A’s. But then there were reports that the deal collapsed.

*Sunday’s starters are Freddy Garcia and Jake Arrieta.

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Game 105: Yankees vs. Orioles (nightcap)07.30.11

Yankees lineup
1. Derek Jeter SS
2. Curtis Granderson CF
3. Mark Teixeira 1B
4. Robinson Cano 2B
5. Nick Swisher DH
6. Andruw Jones RF
7. Russell Martin C
8. Eduardo Nunez 3B
9. Brett Gardner LF
Ivan Nova RHP

Orioles lineup
1. J.J. Hardy SS
2. Nick Markakis RF
3. Adam Jones CF
4. Vladimir Guerrero DH
5. Mark Reynolds 1B
6. Matt Wieters C
7. Nolan Reimold LF
8. Josh Bell 3B
9. Robert Andino 2B
Zach Britton LHP

TV/Time: YES/7:07
Umpires: Andy Fletcher HP, Jim Reynolds 1B, Mike DiMuro 2B, Mike Estabrook 3B
Weather: Clear, 87

Tough cut: Poor Chris Dickerson. He goes 2 for 4 with a stolen base in the first game and then gets sent to Triple-A to make room for Nova. Dickerson goes down batting .321 (9 for 28) with four RBI.
Cold Birds: The Orioles won the first game in the series, but after losing the first game of the twinbill, they have dropped three of their last four, six of nine and 16 of 21.

Update, 7:22: Nova needed 30 pitches to get through a scoreless first. Gardner bailed him out with a sliding catch with two outs and the bases loaded on two singles and a walk.

Update, 7:34: RBI single for Cano, 1-0.

Update, 7:37: Swisher gets an RBI after Hardy bobbles his bouncer to short and throws late to first, 2-0.

Update, 7:39: Andruw Jones hammered that ball, RBI double to the base of the fence in left-center. Second and third, one out, 3-0 already.

Update, 7:41: Martin lines an RBI single to right, 4-0. Britton, by the way, is just back up from Double-A Bowie. He pitched well against the Yankees in a May start, one unearned run allowed in seven innings.

Update, 7:42: RBI single through the middle for Nunez, 5-0. There’s warmup action in the Orioles’ pen. It’s righty Jason Berken.

Update, 7:46: Infield hit for Gardner, bases loaded. The Yankees have batted around, still one out.

Update, 7:48: Two-run single for Jeter, 7-0. Britton is done, 10 batters, one-third of an inning pitched.

Update, 7:54: Teixeira lines a two-run double into the right-field corner off Berken with two outs, 9-0.

Update, 7:59: Cano lines an RBI single to right-center, 10-0. Anyone have a white flag to hand the Orioles?

Update, 8:00: Swisher two-run homer to right, 12-0. Still the first inning.

Update, 8:04: It’s over. 16 batters, 12 runs, 10 hits. This marks the most runs ever scored by the Yankees in the first inning.

Update, 8:10: 1-2-3 second for Nova, nine pitches.

Update, 8:14: Triple for Nunez to leadoff the second. Here we go again?

Update, 8:15: RBI groundout for Gardner, 13-0.

Update, 8:21: Two-run double to left for Cano, 15-0.

Update, 8:32: It’s 15-1. Vlad Guerrero rips an RBI double in the third.

Update, 8:37: Quite a shot by Andruw Jones to open the third, homer to left-center. It’s 16-1.

Update, 8:49: 1-2-3 fourth for Nova.

Update, 8:52: Chris Jakubauskas is the new pitcher. Granderson greets him with a single to right.

Update, 9:05: Nova is cruising now, another 1-2-3 inning. He has allowed a run anf four hits through five. What should the Yankees do with him? Send him back to Triple-A. He belongs up here. He’s rookie, yet he’s going to have nine wins after this game. There still seems to be no room at the inn.

Update, 9:15: The Orioles have just traded reliever Koji Uehara and cash to Texas for infielder Chris Davis and starter Tommy Hunter.

Update, 9:17: Guerrero hits a solo shot to right-center, 16-2 in the sixth.

Update, 9:18: The Red Sox have acquired infielder Mike Aviles, the former Concordia standout, from the Royals.

Update, 9:20: Ubaldo Jimenez got pulled after one inning from his start with the Rockies. The rumor mill has him going to Cleveland. We’ll see.

Update, 9:30: RBI double for Cano, now has a career-high five hits. He’s coming out for a pinch runner, Cervelli. It’s 17-2. The Yankees have 20 hits. It’s the sixth inning.

Update, 9:41: 1-2-3 seventh for Nova, having an excellent game after a shaky first.

Update, 9:51: Career hit 3,020 for Jeter, ties Rafael Palmeiro for 24th on the all-time list. Bases loaded, one out in the seventh.

Update, 9:53: Granderson hits into a 1-2-3 double play. 17-2, heading for the eighth. Yankees have 22 hits. Luis Ayala is on to pitch. Nova allowed two runs and six hits over seven.

Update, 10:09: Mike Gonzalez got hit with a Teixeira liner here in the eighth and is coming out. Troy Patton will come on. It’s 17-3.

Update, 10:13: Rafael Soriano is warming up.

Update, 10:30: Soriano has a 1-2-3 ninth with two Ks. The Yankees finish with 24 hits. They win, 17-3, to finish the sweep.

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Yankees postgame/pregame: Swisher on a roll07.30.11

Nick Swisher will be the DH in the second game and will come in on a .336 roll with 32 RBI over his last 38 games. He went 3 for 4 in the 8-3 win in the first game, including a two-run homer. He’s up to .266 overall. His slow start is a distant memory.

“It’s so funny,” Swisher said. “People are like, ‘What are you doing differently?’ I don’t know, man. I just feel like I’m trying to be myself again, man. I’m just trying to go out there and compete every single day. I don’t feel like there’s anything specific; I think (it’s) more mental than anything. But either way, I like where I’m sitting right now.”

The bottom five in the order — Swisher, Eric Chavez, Jorge Posada, Chris Dickerson and Francisco Cervelli — went 10 for 19 with six runs scored, two doubles, one homer and six RBI.

“We expect all our guys to hit, but it seemed like the bottom of the order did a ton of damage today — Chavez, Posada, Dickerson and Cervi,” Joe Girardi said. “They had big days today and were on base a lot and drove in a lot of runs for us. Those contributions are extremely important because it can’t always be the guys in the middle. You get a big day from Swish, too, which is great. So it’s always nice when everyone is contributing.”

Girardi said he didn’t know what to expect when Chavez returned Monday. But after seeing him go 2 for 4 in the opener, Girardi said, “He looks pretty good to me.” Chavez told me after the game that his injury wasn’t as much a fractured left foot as it was a bone separation. 

The oft-injured third baseman just hopes he can hold up the rest of the season.

“For me, the skills are there,” Chavez said. “It’s getting the body to cooperate.

“The only time I think about it is when I’m rounding the bases. When I touch the bases, I kind of stutter step around them a little bit. I know that’s a little funny, but I’m still reluctant to hit the bag full force and put all my weight on it.

“For me, the key is to stay healthy. I have two more months to do it. Hopefully I can.”

Bartolo Colon didn’t have his good two-seamer and didn’t provide as much distance as usual, but he only gave up two runs in five innings. Colon, by the way, is now 4-0 with a 1.32 ERA with Cervelli behind the plate.

“I think on a day when he didn’t have his ‘A’ stuff, he limited the damage and got us a win that we needed,” Girardi said.

Cory Wade continues to provide a boost out of the bullpen. His ERA is at 2.08 over 15 outings after giving up one run and two hits over three innings.

“He can throw every pitch in every count,” Cervelli said.

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Yankees lineup: Game 207.30.11

1. Derek Jeter SS
2. Curtis Granderson CF
3. Mark Teixeira 1B
4. Robinson Cano 2B
5. Nick Swisher DH
6. Andruw Jones RF
7. Russell Martin C
8. Eduardo Nunez 3B
9. Brett Gardner LF
Ivan Nova P

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Game 104: Yankees vs. Orioles (first game)07.30.11

Yankees lineup
1. Brett Gardner CF
2. Eduardo Nunez SS
3. Mark Teixeira DH
4. Robinson Cano 2B
5. Nick Swisher RF
6. Eric Chavez 3B
7. Jorge Posada 1B
8. Chris Dickerson LF
9. Francisco Cervelli C
Bartolo Colon RHP

Orioles lineup
1. J.J. Hardy SS
2. Nick Markakis RF
3. Adam Jones CF
4. Vladimir Guerrero DH
5. Derrek Lee 1B
6. Mark Reynolds 3B
7. Felix Pie LF
8. Craig Tatum C
9. Blake Davis 2B
Chris Tillman RHP

TV/Time: YES/1:08
Umpires: Tim Welke HP, Mike Estabrook 1B, Jim Reynolds 2B, Mike DiMuro 3B
Weather: Sunny, 86

Long Tex messages: Mark Teixeira has homered in four of his last seven games and needs one for No. 30. That would make him just the fourth Yankee to launch 30 in each of his first three seasons with the team, joining Alex Rodriguez, Roger Maris and Babe Ruth. It would be Teixeira’s seventh straight 30-homer season.
Double dips: The Yankees are 11-1-13 in doubleheaders since 2000. The Red Sox inflicted that lone sweep on them, at the old Yankee Stadium in 2006.

Update, 1:15: Nunez is still an adventure in the field. He pulls Cano off the bag with his throw for his team-high 14th error, bases loaded, two outs.

Update, 1:17: Good job by Colon getting the strikeout-prone Mark Reynolds swinging. That’s 115 strikeouts in 337 at-bats for Reynolds, who does have 22 homers and 53 RBI.

Update, 1:23: Chris Tillman is just back from AAA, and he had an impressive beginning, 1-2-3 first with strikeouts swinging against Nunez and Teixeira.

Update, 1:29: Better second for Colon, 1-2-3.

Update, 1:35: Tillman is dominating the Yankees so far, four strikeouts in two perfect innings.

Update, 1:49: Colon weaves out of trouble again, second and third, two outs and he gets Derrek Lee looking at what looked like a moving two-seamer at the knees. End of 2 1/2, no score.

Update, 1:51: First hit for the Yankees, Posada punches a single into left, leading off the third.

Update, 1:53: Dickerson bunts into a force, but Cervelli clobbers a ground-rule double to left-center, second and third, one out.

Update, 1:57: Gardner two-run single to left, so it’s 2-0.

Update, 2:08: Two singles to start the Baltimore third, then the Yankees couldn’t turn a 4-6-3 double play. So it’s 2-1, runner on first, one out.

Update, 2:11: Colon just gave up a double, so it’s second and third. His pitch count is at 72 already.

Update, 2:11: Run-scoring grounder to second for Hardy, tying the game.

Update, 2:21: Colon strands two in scoring position, getting Adam Jones swinging to end the fourth. But he’s used up 90 pitches already. It’s 2-2.

Update, 2:27: Leadoff walk to Cano, then two-run homer for Swisher to the right-center seats on a 2-0 fastball. That’s No. 13 for him. So it’s 4-2.

Update, 2:38: RBI single for Cervelli, second and third, one out.

Update, 2:42: Both runners stranded by Gardner and Nunez. It’s 5-2 headed for the fifth.

Update, 2:50: 1-2-3 fifth for Colon, but he’s at 105 pitches.

Update, 2:57: Lefty Troy Patton is coming on for Tillman with two in scoring position and one out, after Swisher’s double to the base of the wall in center.

Update, 3:02: Chavez grounds an RBI single into right, so it’s 6-2.

Update, 3:04: RBI grounder for Posada. Cory Wade is warming, meanwhile, for the Yankees.

Update, 3:06: Two singles for Dickerson now, this one for an RBI. He certainly doesn’t deserve to get cut coming off this game. It’s 8-2.

Update, 3:09: Colon is done, Wade is in for the sixth. Colon had to work hard to allow just two runs.

Update, 3:14: 1-2-3 inning for Wade.

Update, 3:14: Three up, three down for the Yankees in the sixth.

Update, 3:29: One-hit seventh for Wade.

Update, 3:38: Swisher gets his third hit, but he’s left stranded.

Update, 3:43: Finally a run off Wade. Reynolds hits a solo shot to the left-field seats, No. 23 for him. It’s 8-3 in the eighth.

Update, 3:47: Very good three innings for Wade, all in all. He’s been a real find.

Update, 3:55: Ninth inning, Boone Logan will try to close it out. Would’ve seemed like a good spot to let Soriano dip his toes back in the water.

Update, 4:09: Two-single ninth for Logan. Yankees win, 8-3.

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