Andujar’s 4 hits lift Yanks to series win over Jays

Years from now, if Gleyber Torres develops into the star the Yankees think he’ll become, you can go ahead and tell people you remember his Major League debut. Just don’t forget to mention Miguel Andujar’s name. Sunday may have been Gleyber Day in the Bronx, the first Major League game for a 21-year-old ranked by MLB Pipeline as the No.... more

Big sixth inning boosts Yanks, Montgomery over Jays

Aaron Judge hit a towering homer and the Yankees sent 12 men to the plate in their biggest inning of the season, supporting Jordan Montgomery’s solid outing in a 9-1 victory over the Blue Jays on Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium. Judge cracked a two-run blast as part of a three-RBI performance and Miguel Andujar ripped a three-run double that... more

Sonny Gray’s struggles continue as Yankees lose

Sonny Gray was certain that he had identified the mechanical flaw that was holding back his top-level performance, and so the right-hander voiced a plan to simplify that approach and unveil those adjustments at his next opportunity. Back to the drawing board. Gray’s early-season struggles continued on Friday as the right-hander coughed up a pair of leads while being peppered... more

Didi, Judge lead Yanks to win in CC’s return

Aaron Judge connected for another historic homer and the bullpen fired 4 2/3 effective innings in support of CC Sabathia’s return from the disabled list, helping to lead the Yankees to a 4-3 victory over the Blue Jays on Thursday evening at Yankee Stadium. Judge’s seventh-inning blast off Tyler Clippard provided some late fireworks and proved to be the difference,... more

Sloppy defense, missed chances cost Yanks

Masahiro Tanaka received little support from his defense while enduring a sloppy all-around performance for the Yankees, who absorbed a 9-1 loss to the Marlins on Tuesday evening at Yankee Stadium. While Jarlin Garcia showcased his arsenal by holding New York hitless into the fifth inning, Tanaka was peppered for seven runs (six earned) and eight hits over five innings,... more

Didi homers twice as Yankees pound Jeter’s Marlins

With his Marlins checking into The Bronx for a brief Interleague set, Derek Jeter opted not to make the trek to his old stomping grounds, saying that it would present an “awkward situation” to root against his former team. The Captain probably made the right call. Didi Gregorius homered twice and Aaron Judge visited the right-field seats in support of... more

Judge becomes fastest in MLB history to 60 career HRs

Aaron Judge established a Major League record on Monday, cracking the 60th home run of his career in his 197th game played, becoming the fastest player in history to reach the mark. The Yankees’ slugger cracked his fourth home run of the season off of Marlins left-hander Caleb Smith in the second inning, a solo shot to right-center field. Yankees.com:... more

Yankees prepared for split doubleheader Sunday

Luis Severino is slated to start the first game of Sunday’s doubleheader in Detroit, starting at 1:10 p.m. ET. He was knocked around by the Red Sox in his last start, allowing five runs and eight hits while taking the loss at Fenway Park. Francisco Liriano is penciled in for the Tigers. … Luis Cessa, called up from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre... more

Hicks hits two HR’s, one an inside-the-parker, to pace Yanks

Aaron Hicks had to motor around the bases for his first home run of the season on Friday night. He was able to take his time when he hit his second a few innings later. Hicks connected for a pair of home runs, including an inside-the-parker, and the Yankees staved off a late Tigers rally for an 8-6 series-opening win... more

Porcello dominates Yankees, flirts with no-hitter

With a performance reminiscent of many from his American League Cy Young Award season of two years ago, Rick Porcello had the fans at Fenway Park roaring in the late stages of Thursday’s gem, which resulted in a 6-3 victory for the 10-2 Red Sox in the rubber match of a three-game series against the Yankees. The sinkerballer took a... more

Rivalry gets heated as Yankees outslug Red Sox

In what felt like a throwback rivalry game to 2003-04, there were tape-measure homers, a fracas that included punches from both sides and ultimately a 10-7 victory by the Yankees over the Red Sox on Wednesday night. That was how a nine-game winning streak ended for the Red Sox, while the Yankees (6-6) got back to .500. Yankees.com: Read More more

Gardner sparks Yankees to win in Baltimore

The Yankees have called upon their reserves earlier than anticipated, but even with a lineup that is thinner than the offensive juggernaut most envisioned, their longest-tenured player can still be counted upon to set the table. Brett Gardner downed some java and provided a much-needed spark from his spot at the top of the order, helping the Yankees shrug off... more

Late Yankee heroics can’t slow Orioles in extras

Didi Gregorius sensed victory as he dashed down the third-base line in the 11th inning, instinctively bolting as he recognized the pitch was hurtling toward the backstop. Aaron Judge expected a celebration two innings later, conjuring memories of the postseason by scaling the right-field wall to bring back a home run. Yet other than a cluttered injury report, the Yankees... more

Tanaka, Yankees stymied by O’s 5-run 7th

Adam Jones cracked a two-run homer to highlight a five-run seventh inning as the Orioles broke through against Masahiro Tanaka, then held on for a 5-2 victory on Thursday night at Yankee Stadium. Aaron Judge continued to pound Baltimore pitching, launching his second homer of the year to break up a taut duel in the sixth. That provided a lead... more

Yankees’ big 3 go deep, power win over Rays

The most muscular attraction in baseball turned sleepy mornings into must-see events all spring at Yankees camp, where Giancarlo Stanton, Gary Sanchez and Aaron Judge one-upped each other with monstrous batting-practice cuts, stoking expectations for the thunder to come. It is a group that could challenge records, and for the first time, all three of the Bombers’ biggest bats went... more

Didi’s 2 HRs, 8 RBIs lift Yanks in home opener

Didi Gregorius enjoyed a home opener for the ages, homering twice and driving in a career-high eight runs in a historic performance that powered the Yankees to an 11-4 victory over the Rays on Tuesday at Yankee Stadium. On a raw and rainy afternoon in The Bronx, Gregorius gave New York a lead in the third inning, slugging a drive... more
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