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Indians buzz Yankees with rally in the 11th

Travis Hafner strokes a bases-loaded single, sending Jorge Posada and the Yankees home down, 2-0, in the series. Travis Hafner strokes a bases-loaded single, sending Jorge Posada and the Yankees home down, 2-0, in the series. (AARON JOSEFCZYK/REUTERS)
By Peter May
Globe Staff / October 6, 2007

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On a night when the gnats descended on Joba Chamberlain, and the frustration continued for Alex Rodriguez, the Yankees left here as a team on life support. Betrayed by their vaunted bats, wasting a gem of a pitching performance by Andy Pettitte, and looking out of synch and out of sorts, the Yankees dropped an 11-inning crusher to ... (Full article: 827 words)

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