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Yankees’ October Run in Jeopardy If Masahiro »

The pick-an-ace game of chance will not work in October. The New York Yankees need a definitive answer. But for nearly six months, that all-important No. 1 spot in the rotation has been a revolving door of what-have-you-done-for-me-lately candidates, none of which have been able to keep the position in their grasps for what seems like more than a [...]

Do the Yankees Have What It Takes to Survive Do-or-Die »

NEW YORK — Over in the National League, the Wild Card Game matchup seemed set weeks ago. Here in the American League, no one wants to acknowledge that any part of it is set yet. "I think it's still too early," New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi said Thursday, when someone asked who he might start in the AL Wild Card Game. "Because [...]

Yogi Berra, New York Yankees Legend and MLB Hall of »

Legendary New York Yankees catcher Yogi Berra died of natural causes at the age of 90 Tuesday night at his home in New Jersey. News of Berra's death came via the Yogi Berra Museum, and the Yankees' official Twitter feed paid tribute to their iconic player: Berra's family released a statement via the museum: "While we [...]

CC Sabathia’s Recent Return to Form Could Pay »

How huge (pun sort of intended) would some vintage CC Sabathia be for the New York Yankees down the stretch? Yes, the hulking left-hander sports a less-than-stellar 4.80 ERA. And yes, he's an injury-plagued 35-year-old with a creaky right knee. After two straight solid starts by the six-time All-Star and 2007 American League Cy Young-winner, [...]

Masahiro Tanaka Injury: Updates on Yankees »

The New York Yankees pitching staff took a hit Sept. 20 when the team announced Masahiro Tanaka would miss his start with a Grade 1 right hamstring strain. After missing that start, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reported on Friday that Tanaka will look to pitch early next week after having a good bullpen session. Continue for updates.  What [...]

Dream and Nightmare Postseason Matchups for the New »

With the New York Yankees attempting to make their way into the postseason, everyone is wondering who would be the best and worst matchups for the team. Where do the Yankees stand against the New York Mets? Who do the Yankees stand a solid chance against?Find out in the above video as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report MLB Analyst Scott [...]

Alex Rodriguez Injury: Updates on Yankees Star’s »

New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez has been diagnosed with a bone bruise in his left knee after undergoing an MRI on Tuesday. Continue for updates. A-Rod Has Bone Bruise, Still Playing Tuesday, Sept. 15  Rodriguez, 40, suffered the injury in Sunday's 5-0 win over the Toronto Blue Jays, per George A. King III of the New [...]

A-Rod’s Blemish-Free Season Forcing Yankees to »

NEW YORK — The ceremony will be simple, the New York Yankees say. Nothing elaborate. No special guests. Just a nice little acknowledgement of what Alex Rodriguez did by reaching 3,000 hits. Simple...as if anything with Rodriguez can ever be simple. Just like what the Yankees did after Derek Jeter's 3,000th hit, except with A-Rod, [...]

Nathan Eovaldi Injury: Updates on Yankees »

The New York Yankees are battling the Toronto Blue Jays for an American League East crown this season, but they must do so without pitcher Nathan Eovaldi for at least the next two weeks thanks to elbow issues. Continue for updates. Eovaldi Diagnosed with Elbow Inflammation Monday, Sept. 7 The hope in New York was Eovaldi’s elbow [...]

Pressure Now on Alex Rodriguez to Shake Slump, Carry »

When the season began, Alex Rodriguez was an enigma. Then, suddenly, he was an offensive force. Now, as we enter the stretch run, the New York Yankees need him to be a savior. Sure, if the season were to end today, the Yankees would host the American League Wild Card Game, their first dip into the postseason since 2012. But New York is well [...]

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