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The tater trots from September 16 (and the weekend). Anthony Rizzo spoiled the Pirates day in a big way, Ryan Braun had his own big day.

After yesterday's games, there are now exactly two weekends of regular season baseball left. And, lucky for us, things are just now getting really interesting! With the recent poor play by Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, and St. Louis, we are on the verge of seeing three possible playoff teams choke in the final month of the season. Of course, a lot can happen in 17 games...

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A fan tries to field a foul ball and falls on the field instead.

In the first inning of Friday's Yankees-Mariners game, Curtis Granderson pulled a 1-0 pitch from Kevin Millwood foul to the right side of the field. A fan tried to field it. But instead of fielding it, he fell on the field, and he took some of the stands with him.

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July 8, 2011 9:00 am

On the Beat: Pinstriped Recuperation

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John Perrotto

Since being swept by the Red Sox early last month, the Yankees have looked revitalized.

It would make for a good story if the Yankees said the embarrassment of being swept at home by the hated Red Sox is what has sparked them to have their best stretch of the season. Unfortunately for those who like a good yarn, the Yankees won't play along.

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