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Severino pins down KC with 8 shutout frames

Luis Severino harnessed his electric arsenal to produce the deepest outing of any Yankees starting pitcher over the last two weeks, firing eight scoreless innings in a 3-0 victory over the Royals on Wednesday night at the Stadium. Severino gave the Yanks’ fatigued bullpen a breather by limiting Kansas City to just four hits in a 114-pitch performance, increasing New... more

Yanks lose slugfest with KC after early HRs

A pair of big swings by Lorenzo Cain and rookie Jorge Bonifacio helped break up what had been a taut pitching duel for the first six innings, with the Royals hitting four homers to power past the Yankees in a 6-2 victory on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium. Rookie Jordan Montgomery carried a one-hit shutout into the seventh before Cain... more

Gardner’s bat, Judge’s glove lead win vs. Rays

Brett Gardner hit a two-run homer and Aaron Judge preserved the lead with a sensational diving catch as the Yankees withstood Chris Archer’s season-high 12 strikeouts, snapping their three-game losing streak with a 3-2 victory over the Rays on Sunday at Tropicana Field. Gardner’s second-inning blast was his eighth homer in the past 20 games, exceeding his total for all... more

Yanks fall to Rays despite Holliday’s heroics

Evan Longoria enjoyed another big night against the Yankees, tying his career high with a four-hit performance that included a tiebreaking eighth-inning single, which lifted the Rays to a 5-4 victory on Friday night at Tropicana Field. Longoria’s 102 RBIs against the Yankees are the most of any active player against them, and he added to that tally by driving... more

Montgomery, Yankee bats have tough night in Kansas City

Mike Moustakas clubbed a three-run homer, left-hander Danny Duffy tossed seven shutout innings and the Royals avoided a three-game sweep by the Yankees with a 5-1 win on Thursday night at Kauffman Stadium. Moustakas, who missed most of 2016 with a torn ACL, now has 32 home runs in his last 133 games. He leads the Royals in homers, with... more

Yankees’ bats on fire with 16-hit attack vs. Royals

The surging Yankees offense scored seven or more runs for the fourth straight game, battering Royals pitchers for 16 hits in an 11-7 win on Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium. Aaron Hicks hit a three-run homer, his seventh, while Starlin Castro had three hits and Gary Sanchez logged his third straight multi-hit game — as the Yanks knocked out Royals... more

Yanks’ HRs pave way as CC keeps KC at bay

Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia was in desperate need of a solid outing after his previous three starts had yielded 18 runs in 17 2/3 innings. The Royals provided the perfect tonic for Sabathia as he fired 6 2/3 shutout innings in a 7-1 win on Tuesday night at Kauffman Stadium. Sabathia won his 20th career game against the Royals and... more

Will Derek Jeter’s No. 2 be the final retired Yankee jersey?

Derek Jeter will return to Yankee Stadium Sunday night to have his plaque in Monument Park unveiled, and, more significantly, to have his No. 2 retired. When the ceremony is complete, the key members of the last Yankee dynasty – Jeter, Andy Pettitte, Mariano Rivera, Paul O’Neill, Tino Martinez, Jorge Posada, and Bernie Williams – will all have been honored... more

Yankees retire Derek Jeter’s #2 (full coverage & video)

Derek Jeter will forever be remembered as a Yankee, and now it’s official: No. 2 will always belong to The Captain. A star-studded group of invitees assembled in the center of the Yankee Stadium infield on Sunday afternoon to cheer on the longtime Yankees captain as he took his rightful place in Monument Park, honored with the retirement of his... more

Yankees scuffle early; rally falls inches short

Dallas Keuchel returned to the scene of one of his most memorable performances to continue his mastery of the Yankees, permitting just an unearned run over six innings in the Astros’ 3-2 victory on Thursday night at Yankee Stadium. Gary Sanchez hit a two-out RBI single in the ninth inning to cut the deficit to one, but Jacoby Ellsbury was... more

Yankees power up early, but win streak halted by Reds

The Yankees hit two impressive home runs in the first two innings on Tuesday, but those solo shots proved insufficient against a singles-filled Reds rally. Cincinnati scored five runs in the bottom of the second inning for a 5-3 victory that provided a split in the two-game series and ended New York’s six-game win streak. Yankees.com: Read More more

Tireless Yanks blitz Reds for 6th straight win

If there was any lingering grogginess for the Yankees one night after an 18-inning game and early-morning arrival into town, it didn’t show up on the field on Monday at Great American Ball Park. Behind Masahiro Tanaka’s effort on the mound and plenty of offense, New York took a 10-4 victory over the Reds, the Yankees sixth consecutive victory. Yankees.com:... more

BIEBER: Yankees offense continues to contribute to success

The New York Yankees are continuing to surprise many as they are at the top of the MLB with a 20-9 record (.690 wPCT). This week was just another one to add to their stellar season. They are currently second in runs scored with 167, just trailing the Washington Nationals. With the help of some bats contributing such as Brett... more

Yankees get win in longest interleague game on record

It took 6 hours and 5 minutes, a record-setting number of strikeouts, more than 500 pitches from 15 pitchers, and a daring catch by Kyle Schwarber before the Cubs and Yankees settled matters Sunday night. Actually, it was early Monday morning when Aaron Hicks scored the game-winning run in the 18th inning, giving New York a 5-4 win and a... more

Starlin, Yanks strike early, cruise past Cubs

Starlin Castro looked right at home at Wrigley Field on Saturday night, smacking an RBI double in a five-run first inning and adding a two-run homer in the fourth, and Aaron Hicks had four hits, including a three-run homer, to power the Yankees to an 11-6 Interleague victory over the Cubs. Castro, who played for the Cubs from 2010 until... more

Down to final strike, Yankees stun Cubs

The Cubs welcomed Starlin Castro, Aroldis Chapman and Adam Warren back to Wrigley Field with video tributes and hugs on Friday, but Brett Gardner gave the Yankees something to celebrate. Gardner hit a three-run homer with two outs in the ninth inning off Hector Rondon to lift the Yankees to a 3-2 Interleague win over the Cubs. Chapman, a hero... more
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