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come-from-behind

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  • The dramatic, come-from-behind victory against the Chargers on Sunday was their fourth straight home victory to open the season, a feat that's been managed only three other times in franchise history.

    For Once, Home Field Has Its Advantages for the Jets

  • He lost a squeaker to Mr. Santorum in Iowa's Jan. 3 caucuses and a come-from-behind upset to Mr. Gingrich in South Carolina Jan. 21.

    Romney Wins Big in Florida

  • With his campaign broke, he finished a miserable fourth in Iowa, before his stunning come-from-behind victory in New Hampshire and subsequent sweep to victory in 30 of the remaining primaries and caucuses.

    Conservatives, Romney, and Electability

  • Not only did the three-run blast propel the Pinstripes to a 4-2 come-from-behind victory which completed a four-game sweep of the Rays; it reduced the Yankees magic number for clinching the American League East title to 14; and gave Derek Jeter a chance to break the record.

    One Season

  • Seizing control of the series with their seventh come-from-behind postseason victory, the New York Yankees, their legion of fans, and a certain restroom attendant were halfway home to a championship.

    One Season

  • For the second straight night, a Fenway Park crowd witnessed its second straight dramatic game, and was rewarded with another heart-stopping, come-from-behind, extra-inning victory; this one 5-4 in a 14-inning extravaganza that took nearly six hours to complete.

    One Season

  • “You do know that the Yankees have forty-eight come-from-behind victories this season, right?”

    One Season

  • With the popup finding its place in the glove of shortstop Erik Aybar, the Angels held off the sunset of their emotional hurricane with a thrilling 7-6 come-from-behind victory.

    One Season

  • But he soon ran out of gas, and late-inning, two-run blasts by Frank Crosetti and Joe DiMaggio gave the Yankees a come-from-behind 6-3 victory.

    One Season

  • But that contest, a dramatic come-from-behind win over Dallas, was highly unusual as Sanchez dropped back to throw nearly 50 times because of an ineffective run game.

    Not Enough Catches? Not a Problem

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