Tag Archives: Yankee Stadium

  • AUGUST 19TH, 2010

    Thursday MLB Betting Preview – Tigers at Yankees

    Detroit suffered a 9-5 loss to the Yankees last night and the team finishes a seven-game road trip with the final game of a four-game series at Yankee Stadium this afternoon.  The team continues to be led by All-Star first baseman Miguel Cabrera, who launched two home runs in Wednesday’s contest.  He enters today’s game hitting .348 with 18 home runs a.....

  • AUGUST 7TH, 2010

    Saturday MLB on FOX Betting Preview – Red Sox at Yankees

    Boston moved to five games back of the Yankees with a 6-3 win last night at Yankee Stadium.  “We have to keep winning - have to keep winning games,” designated-hitter David Ortiz said.  “Everything else takes care of itself.”  The All-Star slugger has been doing his part of late, hitting safely in 14 of his last 15 games, knocking six home runs an.....

  • AUGUST 4TH, 2010

    Wednesday MLB Betting Preview – Blue Jays at Yankees

    Toronto moved its road record to .500 for the first time since June 28, capturing an 8-2 victory in the second of a three-game set at Yankee Stadium.  The Blue Jays continue to live-and-die with the home run, hitting four more long balls last night, giving the team an MLB-high 167 for the season.  “We’re doing a good job offensively,” outfielder Jose.....

  • JULY 24TH, 2010

    Saturday MLB Betting Preview – Royals at Yankees

    Kansas City fell four runs behind the New York Yankees in the first inning and never had a chance in coming back in a 7-1 defeat at Yankee Stadium.  The Royals squandered 14 hits by leaving 14 runners on base Thursday, managed to collect just five hits last night in the second game of the series.  The club has now recorded a 2-6 record since the All-Star b.....

  • JULY 17TH, 2010

    Saturday MLB on FOX Betting Preview – Rays at Yankees

    Tampa Bay reached the All-Star break with a 54-34 record, which was the club’s best mark at the break in club history, but let one slip away to start the second half.  “We had plenty of chances to score more runs and that’s what it really comes down to,” manager Joe Maddon said in the team’s 5-4 walk-off loss.  The Rays have 73 games on the secon.....

  • JULY 2ND, 2010

    Friday MLB Betting Preview – Toronto Blue Jays at New York Yankees

    Toronto has lost five in a row and continues to slip in the AL East standings.  “Terrible, awful, we played terrible,” manager Cito Gaston sharing his disgust after the Blue Jays’ 6-1 defeat on Thursday.  The Blue Jays now stand at an even 40-40 on the year and are currently 1-6 on its current 10-day, 10-game road trip.  Gaston’s club is 20-23 awa.....