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Is McCann a sign of offense to come?

Brian McCann's five-RBI night a blip of what Yanks need to shift power from Jays

Updated: June 19, 2014, 2:06 AM ET
By Johnette Howard | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- He had waited 73 at-bats for this. Seventy three at-bats where some ball he hit either died in someone's glove, or lost steam on the warning track, or went screaming out of the park far enough and high enough, only to curl foul.

Now, Yankees catcher Brian McCann raced around the bases looking like a man happy as hell to just have finally hit his first home run in nearly a month -- let alone a two-run shot that held up as the game-winner even after he added a three-run triple ...

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