HRs by Robinson Cano, Curtis Granderson power Yankees

Robinson Cano, left, greets Curtis Granderson after Granderson

Robinson Cano, left, greets Curtis Granderson after Granderson hit a two-run home run off of Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Jerome Williams in the third inning. (July 14, 2012) (Credit: AP)

No one digs the long ball as much as the Yankees. They bombed Boston into submission before the All-Star break, and they have returned for the second half hammering at the same furious pace against the Angels.

Two mediocre starting pitching performances by Hiroki Kuroda Friday night and Freddy Garcia Saturday afternoon held the Angels in check until the Yankees' sluggers could finish two straight...

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