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The New York Yankees ended the 2015 MLB season with a loss in the American League Wild Card Game versus the Houston Astros at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees finished the 2015 season second in the American League East with 87 wins behind the red hot Toronto Blue Jays. The Yankees will be looking to rebound for the 2016 MLB Season and make their march to the MLB Playoffs.

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