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  • CC chased early in blowout loss to Texas
    Shin Soo-Choo homered and drove in four runs as the Rangers enjoyed a 10-run third inning, sending CC Sabathia to the showers early in a 15-4 rout of the Yankees on Saturday at Yankee Stadium.

  • Nervous Jones has scoreless pitching debut
    Garrett Jones finally got his chance to see what it feels like to be a pitcher in the big leagues, though it came under circumstances that he and the Yankees would have much rather avoided.

  • Home woes continue for CC
    CC Sabathia's first two innings Saturday afternoon showed little indication of the barrage that was to come, but perhaps it should not have been a surprise, considering that home cooking has not seemed to agree with the big Yankees left-hander of late.

  • Yanks to honor Bernie, then face Rangers in finale
    The first two months of the season could have gone better for both Yankees left-hander Chris Capuano and Rangers right-hander Yovani Gallardo. They will both try to get headed in the right direction when they face off Sunday night in the Bronx as Texas tries to complete a three-game sweep.

  • Soriano, Abreu enjoying their retirement
    Alfonso Soriano and Bobby Abreu are two of the most recent retirees participating in the Hall of Fame Classic this year, and both were happy to have gotten the most out of their career before stepping away from the game.

  • Whitley upbeat about Tommy John rehab
    Chase Whitley arrived in the Yankees' clubhouse Saturday morning with his pitching arm in a sling, a reminder of his Tommy John surgery earlier in the week, and the right-hander is hoping to return to the mound stronger at the end of the rehab process.

  • Yanks battle back, but can't catch Rangers
    Prince Fielder homered twice and Mitch Moreland also cleared the wall as the Rangers knocked around Michael Pineda and the Yankees, holding on to secure a 10-9 victory on Friday night at Yankee Stadium.

  • Starting for first time, Heathcott impressive
    Slade Heathcott spotted his name in a Major League lineup for the first time Friday, drawing the start in center field as the Yankees opened a three-game series with the Rangers, and quickly took advantage of the opportunity to make a good opening impression.

  • Location issues plague Pineda
    Michael Pineda has followed a dominant 16-strikeout performance with a pair of mediocre efforts, but the Yankees right-hander believes that he will be able to recapture the special form he showed in that May 10 effort against the Orioles.

  • Ellsbury unlikely to be activated when eligible
    The Yankees do not expect to have Jacoby Ellsbury back in the lineup when he is eligible to be activated from the 15-day disabled list, manager Joe Girardi said after Friday's 10-9 loss to the Rangers.

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