The Yankees may have gotten two players back from the disabled list in Jacoby Ellsbury and Andrew Miller, but it was a familiar face who propelled them to a 5-4 victory over the Athletics on Wednesday night.
All-Star first baseman Mark Teixeira had two solo home runs and two defensive gems and saved the day for the Bombers, who took an unconventional route to victory.
Both starting pitchers were underwhelming to say the least.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi showed he had little faith in CC Sabathia after pulling him after 5.1 innings, but he would ...
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When New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez launched a home run into the seats at Yankee Stadium for his 3,000th career hit in June, it seemed as though he would never get the ball back, but the dynamic changed Friday, as the Yanks negotiated a deal with the fan who caught it.
According to the Yankees' official Twitter account, Zack Hample, who is well-known for his pursuit of souvenir baseballs, has agreed to present A-Rod with the ball Friday in exchange for a $150,000 donation to the Pitch In for Baseball ...
While it initially looked as though the New York Yankees would keep the entire bonus owed to designated hitter Alex Rodriguez for tying Willie Mays for fourth on the all-time home run list, the two sides compromised and resolved the dispute.
MLB Communications provided a statement from the league and the MLB Players Association, which stated Rodriguez and the Yankees "have amicably resolved their dispute regarding Rodriguez's entitlement to bonus monies under the provision of his player contract covering historical statistical accomplishments."
Rodriguez and the Yankees also donated a total of $3.5 million to ...
Times have changed for the New York Yankees.
They can no longer bully with their bank account—or at least they are opting not to—because too many other teams have money these days. They cannot rely on the trade market to find their missing pieces because they are missing too many. And in their new age of not wanting to throw around money and choosing to grow their own players, they should not empty their farm system in order to acquire major league talent.
The Yankees are in the playoff race, though. That ...
New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez collected two hits in three at-bats against the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday, tying and then moving past Al Kaline for 27th place on the all-time hits list, per MLB Milestones.
Rodriguez has seen a resurgence in 2015 despite missing the entire 2014 season due to a suspension, batting .290 on the year with 15 home runs and 44 RBI. His numbers are even more impressive since the end of April, as he batted just .232 during the season's first month, albeit with a .369 on-base ...
If you've ever wondered what Johnny Cueto would look like in pinstripes, you're not alone.
The New York Yankees were curious enough to send a scout to watch the Cincinnati Reds ace pitch recently, per George A. King III of the New York Post. And the scout stuck around for at least two Cueto outings, per Jon Morosi of Fox Sports:
The Yanks were also looking at veteran Reds right-hander Mike Leake, King reported. Of Leake, an unnamed scout told King, "In the National League, he could be a 3; in the AL, ...
Thanks to Alex Rodriguez, life for the New York Yankees after Derek Jeter may not be so bad after all.
The 39-year-old Rodriguez, who has undergone two hip surgeries and missed the entire 2014 season due to a suspension for his use of performance-enhancing drugs, has become the least likely hero in New York.
"To be quite honest, a year ago today I didn't know this day would ever come," Rodriguez told USA Today after recording his 3,000th hit. "There were some really dark days."
A record-breaking, MVP-caliber season from Rodriguez has made ...
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NEW YORK — Four years ago, it was easy to know what to think.
It was easy to know how to feel.
Derek Jeter got to 3,000 hits in the most Derek Jeter of ways, and it wasn't just Yankees fans who celebrated. Even now, four years later, the pitcher who gave up Jeter's 3,000th hit can talk about how "special" that day was.
"I still have no regrets," David Price said Friday, just a couple of hours before the 28th member of the 3,000-hit club (Jeter) was joined by the 29th member (Alex ...