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Yankees try to get down to brass tacks

Two Sox fans had high hopes for this Kevin Youkilis blast to clear the wall in the first, but their hopes were dashed when Hideki Matsui made the grab. Two Sox fans had high hopes for this Kevin Youkilis blast to clear the wall in the first, but their hopes were dashed when Hideki Matsui made the grab. (JIM DAVIS/GLOBE STAFF)
By Nick Cafardo
April 30, 2007

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NEW YORK -- Joe Torre sat back in his swivel chair with his hands folded on his midsection, speaking as calmly as could be about whether he would be fired, or whether the Yankees ever would come out of their awful malaise. He could have been talking about fishing off the coast of Bermuda. (Full article: 1164 words)

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