The Boston Red Sox (36-43) and New York Yankees (40-37) will open up an American League East series Friday night at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:05 p.m. ET on the MLB Network

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The New York Yankees (31-31) and Kansas City Royals (31-32) will continue an American League series Monday night at Kauffman Stadium, with the first pitch scheduled for 8:10 p.m. ET

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The Cleveland Indians (30-27) and New York Yankees (32-25) will continue a three-game American League series Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:05 p.m. ET

Cleveland Indians vs. New York Yankees 

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The Boston Red Sox (49-50) and New York Yankees (59-39) will open up a three-game American League East series on Friday night at Yankee Stadium, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:05 ET

Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees

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The New York Yankees (25-21) and Oakland Athletics (22-25) will close out a three-game American League series on Sunday afternoon in Oakland, with the first pitch scheduled for 4:05 ET

New York Yankees at Oakland Athletics 

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The New York Yankees are a game away from being eliminated in their American League Division Series against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park

New York Yankees at Detroit Tigers

The middle of the New York Yankees lineup needs to show up Tuesday night

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The Yankees have sole possession of first place in the AL East and look to continue beating up on tonight’s opponent.

Oakland Athletics at New York Yankees

Oakland has dropped seven of eight games versus the Yankees this season and have been outscored 20-8 in dropping the first two games of this four-game set.  The Athletics came into the series with a major league-best 3.36 ERA, but that has been pushed up to 3.49 due to the last couple days.  The team has lost four of its last six games, but has still won eight of 14 overall.  It’s important to note that the club has a 16-27 record in the first game of a series, 21-22 in the second and a dominating 25-14 mark in the third contest.  Oakland finished August with a 13-15 record, which was tied with Texas for the best record among AL West clubs during the month.  Tonight marks the 25th time in the last 36 games that the Athletics have played a team that was in first place in their division or the wild card race at the time, posting a 10-14 record in the previous 24 contests.  The club has a 12-10 record on the road when the total is 9 to 9.5  (+260) and 45-47 in this situation the last three campaigns (+1,440).

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Arizona heads back home after a 1-5 road trip and now faces the first-place Yankees on national television.

New York Yankees at Arizona Diamondbacks

The New York Yankees captured the latest installment of the Subway series, picking up 4-0 home victory over the Mets behind a sterling performance by ace C.C. Sabathia.  1B Mark Teixeira provided all the offense, hitting his first grand slam as a member of the Yankees.  “I didn’t get all of it,” Teixeira said.  “I made sure I ran out of the box.”  New York leads the Majors with seven grand slams, including two hit earlier on this homestand by catcher Jorge Posada.  The club is now 7-5 (-220) against the National League this season and head out on the road hoping to improve upon its 18-16 mark on the road (-330).  The Yankees are just an even 3-3 on the year as a road favorite of -150 to -175 (-190).

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The Yankees captain hopes to return to the lineup, as a pair of aces close out the 2010 Subway Series.

New York Mets at New York Yankees

The New York Mets had its eight-game winning streak snapped on Saturday afternoon, dropping the second game in the series, 5-3.  The club is still a dominating 19-6 in its last 25 games since May 22, giving them the best record in the majors over that span.  The Mets still hold a 3-2 record against the Yankees this season, but will be up against a 3-9 all-time mark in series in the Bronx.  Starting rotation has carried the load especially on the road, posting a 9-2 record and 2.99 ERA in their last 11 games away from Citi Field.  The staff still has quite a disparity between its home/road numbers, with the team having a 4.66 road ERA compared to just 2.73 at home.

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