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opening series 2004

Kevin Brown gave up one run over seven innings to earn the win. (Eliot J. Schechter/Getty Images)
Brown leads Yanks to series split
The Yankees earned a split in the season's opening series on Wednesday, as Jorge Posada hit a three-run homer from both sides of the plate in a 12-1 victory over the Devil Rays.  More >
Wednesday, 3/31
NYY 12, TB 1
Tuesday, 3/30
TB 8, NYY 3
Monday, 3/29
 TB 7, YOM 1
Sunday, 3/28
 NYY 6, YOM 2
 HAN 11, NYY 7
Saturday, 3/27
 TB 7, HAN 7
3/31: Yankees vs. Devil Rays
Game highlights: 56K | 350K
Posada's HRs: 56K | 350K
Clark's HR: 56K | 350K
Godzilla's HR: 56K | 350K
Godzilla's RBI: 56K | 350K
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3/30: Yankees vs. Devil Rays
Game highlights: 56K |: 350K
Ceremonial first pitch: 56K |: 350K
Giambi's homer: 56K |: 350K
Hall's 2-run single: 56K |: 350K
A-Rod's first NYY hit: 56K |: 350K
Lugo's great catch: 56K |: 350K
Cruz's homer: 56K |: 350K
Tino's homer: 56K |: 350K
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3/28: Yankees vs. Hanshin Tigers
Game highlights: 56K |: 350K
Yano's homer: 56K |: 350K
Clark's homer: 56K |: 350K
Flaherty's homer: 56K |: 350K

3/28: Yankees vs Yomiuri Giants
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Matsui highlights: 56K |: 350K
Matsui's homer: 56K |: 350K
Jorge Posada HR: 56K |: 350K
Enrique Wilson's DP: 56K |: 350K
First pitch: 56K |: 350K
Matsui ovation: 56K |: 350K

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All-Star Series in Japan 2002

Game Highlights 56K | 300K
Eric Chavez' solo shot gives MLB an insurance run in Game 7
Torii Hunter with the game-saving catch in the 9th
Kazuo "Little" Matsui's second HR of Game 6

Bonds vs. Matsui HR Contest
Listen Watch 56K | 300K

Historical Multimedia
1974: The legendary Home Run contest between Hank Aaron and Sadaharu Oh, in Japan.
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1987: Iron Chef? No, Iron Man! Sachio Kinugasa breaks Lou Gehrig's record of consecutive games played. (In Japanese) 56K | 300K
2000: Japan MVP Hideki Matsui could not help his team take Game 5, as Barry Bonds, Roberto Alomar and MLB win, 5-1. 56K | 300K
Baseball in Japan
Like nearly everything else in our lives, baseball is becoming more international. Most American fans have only recently become acquainted with Japanese baseball. However, the sport has flourished in Japan for over a century.  More >
Devil Rays drop Yankees in opener
Former Yankee Tino Martinez made a triumphant return to the American League on Tuesday, leading the Devil Rays to a win over the Yankees in the season opener for both clubs.  Full story >
Perez's diary: Opening Day special
Eduardo Perez knows Japan. The Rays' infielder played for the Hanshin Tigers in 2001 and is the unofficial go-to guy for the rest of the players on their six-day trip to Tokyo.  Full story >
See-ya-nara! Matsui returns with HR
It didn't take long for Hideki Matsui to give his fans a thrill on Sunday, as he crushed a home run in his first at-bat of the Yankees' exhibition game against the Yomiuri Giants at the Tokyo Dome.  Full story >
Workouts draw large Tokyo crowds
On the field, it was just another typical off-day workout. Off the field, well, that was another story as more than 30,000 people -- mostly children -- gathered at the Tokyo Dome to watch the Yankees and Devil Rays work out.  Full story >
Yanks reach Land of the Rising Sun
After an 18-hour journey that skipped over Friday altogether, the Yankees finally landed in Tokyo early Saturday morning. Players, coaches, staff and their wives strolled in -- some full of life, others bleary-eyed -- as the Yankees began their season-opening experience.  Full story >
Rays notes: Seven players added
The Devil Rays added seven minor league players for their trip to Japan, bringing their traveling party to a total of 32 players. Added for the trip were right-handed pitchers Rob Bell, Jesus Colome, Travis Harper and Dewon Brazelton, outfielder Joey Gathright, infielder Charles Gipson, and catcher Edwards Guzman.  Full story >