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Archive for September, 2014

Martin Prado Injury: Updates on Yankees 2B’s »

New York Yankees star Martin Prado is expected to miss the rest of the regular season after an emergency appendectomy. Meredith Marakovits of the YES Network passed along the news: The Yankees later confirmed the news of Prado appendectomy (via Danny Knobler): New York also moved Prado to the 60-day disabled list (via Brendan Kuty of [...]

Yankees Suffering Doubleheader Sweep to Orioles Is »

A day that began with bad news for the Baltimore Orioles ended with even worse news for the New York Yankees. Hours after learning they'll be without slugger Chris Davis—who tested positive for an amphetamine and was suspended 25 games, per MLB Public Relations—the Orioles swept the Yankees on Friday in a pivotal doubleheader. More to [...]

Derek Jeter Injury: Updates on Yankees Star’s »

Updates from Saturday, Sept. 13 Bryan Hoch of MLB.com has an update on Jeter from manager Joe Girardi: Derek Jeter reported no issues with his sore left elbow after the second game of Friday's day-night doubleheader, a 5-0 Yankees loss, so New York manager Joe Girardi is ready to proceed as normal for the rest of the captain's final voyage. "I [...]

What Will Happen to Yankees’ Surprise 2014 »

You're lying if you guessed during spring training that the New York Yankees' starting rotation in September would feature the likes of Shane Greene, Chris Capuano and Brandon McCarthy. Of course, the circumstances have necessitated such decisions. The rotation has been ravaged by injuries. CC Sabathia made just eight starts this year. Ivan Nova [...]

Joe Girardi Should Not Be Casualty of Yankees’ »

When a man is tasked with driving someone else’s car across the country with four slow leaks in its tires, it is not that man’s fault when the car flattens halfway through the journey. Joe Girardi is in a similar situation. The New York Yankees are technically still breathing, and that alone shows the kind of job Girardi has done with [...]

Chase Headley Injury: Updates on Yankees 3B’s »

Updates from Monday, Sept. 15 Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reported on Chase Headley's return to the Yankees' lineup:   Updates from Sunday, Sept. 14 Brendan Kuty of NJ.com provided an encouraging update on Chase Headley's status:   Updates from Saturday, Sept. 13 Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports that Headley is available for Saturday's [...]

Chris Young Becomes 2nd Player to Homer for Mets and »

New York Yankees outfielder Chris Young hit his ninth home run of the season on Wednesday evening, becoming only the second player to hit a home run for both the Yankees and the New York Mets in the same season. Young matched the feat first accomplished almost four decades ago by Dave Kingman in 1977, per ESPN Stats & Info. Young started the [...]

Early Takeaways from the Yankees’ September »

We are 10 days into the month of September, a time when major league teams are littered with minor league prospects; players decent enough to warrant a call-up when the 25-man rosters expand to 40. Hopelessly fighting for the playoffs, the New York Yankees have some call-ups of their own as they sit 5.5 games out of the second wild card. With [...]

New York Yankees 2014 All-Prospect Team »

The New York Yankees have, of late, shown more signs of taking themselves out of the pressure-cooker of the American League wild-card race than of sneaking toward its forefront. Going just 4-6 in their last 10 and losing their last two, the Bombers' final 20 games may not be enough to close the 5.5-game gap of the second slot. A case of "one step [...]

Comparing the New York Yankees’ Remaining »

After dropping two of three over the weekend to the Kansas City Royals, the New York Yankees have decreased their chances of claiming a Wild Card spot down to 1.3 percent.The Yanks are currently 4.5 games back of the Seattle Mariners for the second wild card spot and have two other teams, the Detroit Tigers and Cleveland Indians, still to leap [...]

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