Kuroda, Soriano combine to shut out A's, 2-0

New York Yankees' Curtis Granderson is congratulated after

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New York Yankees' Curtis Granderson is congratulated after scoring against the Oakland Athletics in the seventh inning on Sunday in Oakland. The Yankees won 2-0. (May 27, 2012) (Credit: AP )

OAKLAND, Calif. -- If Hiroki Kuroda was going to get on track, Oakland's dead-wood brigade presented an excellent opportunity. And the struggling righthander took advantage.

Kuroda, back in the state in which he had so much success with the Dodgers the previous four seasons, pitched a gem as the Yankees completed a three-game sweep of the Athletics with a 2-0 victory Sunday in front of 25,078...

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