The Yankees relied on the old and somewhat new Thursday night to remind the baseball universe they aren’t quite embalmed and ready for the pinstripe casket when it comes to winning the AL East. With CC Sabathia continuing to dominate the Red Sox and Greg Bird contributing a two-run homer and a run-scoring single to...
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