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Cashman: Yankees will look to trade Sonny Gray

Cashman: Yankees will look to trade Sonny Gray
Sonny Gray’s future likely won’t be with the Yankees. After Gray’s continued struggles in his first season-and-a-half in New York, the Yankees will try to trade the right-hander this offseason, general manager Brian Cashman said Friday at the team’s season-ending press conference. “It hasn’t worked out thus far,” Cashman said. “I think he’s extremely talented. I think that we’ll enter... more

Yankees eliminated after 9th inning rally falls short in Game 4

Yankees eliminated after 9th inning rally falls short in Game 4
On the September evening that the Red Sox clinched the American League East title, Giancarlo Stanton stood in front of his Yankee Stadium locker and complimented his team’s blood rival, then quipped, “They can celebrate now. We’ve got time to celebrate later.” Boasting an intimidating lineup that established a single-season record for homers and a bullpen that ranked among the... more

Yankees blown out in Game 3; face elimination

Yankees blown out in Game 3; face elimination tonight
The raucous home-field advantage the Yankees have grown accustomed to enjoying over the last two postseasons disappeared early from the corner of East 161st Street and River Avenue on Monday evening, as Luis Severino was rocked for six runs over three-plus innings in a 16-1 loss to the Red Sox in Game 3 of the American League Division Series. Experiencing... more

Red Sox take game one of ALDS as Yankee rally falls short

Red Sox take game one of ALDS as Yankee rally falls short
The intersection of a historic rivalry and 19 contentious regular-season contests promised that this American League Division Series would set up some classic affairs. The first installment did not disappoint, though for the Yankees, an early five-run deficit proved too much to overcome against Chris Sale and the patchwork Red Sox bullpen. Despite a solid track record of regular-season success... more

Happ picked to start Yankees ALDS opener in Boston tonight

Happ picked to start Yankees ALDS opener in Boston tonight
J.A. Happ will have spent two consecutive Friday evenings toiling on the Fenway Park mound, though the circumstances will have changed markedly in a week’s time. His last assignment was to help the Yankees secure home-field advantage for a one-game playoff; now, he is being asked to put his team up early in a best-of-five American League Division Series. Happ... more

Yankees rout A’s in wild-card game, ALDS vs Red Sox next

Yankees rout A’s in wild-card game, ALDS vs Red Sox next
The hours of conversation and planning that the Yankees poured into ensuring they remained alive past the third day of October boiled down to the same blueprint they have followed all year. Ride the starting pitcher just long enough to hand the game off to the vaunted bullpen, and hope that someone like Aaron Judge crushes a ball out of... more

Yankees tab Severino for AL Wild Card Game tonight

Yankees tab Severino for AL Wild Card Game tonight
For the second consecutive year, Luis Severino has been selected to start the American League Wild Card Game. The Yankees are counting on the right-hander to turn in a much stronger effort this time around. Severino was officially tabbed as the starter on Tuesday by manager Aaron Boone, who selected the 24-year-old All-Star over rotation mates J.A. Happ and Masahiro... more

FAQs about Wednesday’s A’s-Yankees AL Wild Card Game

FAQs about Wednesday’s A’s-Yankees AL Wild Card Game
The Yankees will host the Athletics in Wednesday’s American League Wild Card Game, with the winner heading north to Boston for an AL Division Series showdown with the Red Sox. New York and Oakland split the season series, 3-3, with the Yankees winning two of three at Yankee Stadium in mid-May and the A’s doing the same at the Coliseum... more

Andujar ties AL rookie doubles record in Yankee loss in regular season finale

Andujar ties AL rookie doubles record in Yankee loss in regular season finale
Miguel Andujar slugged a record-tying double to put the finishing touches on an impressive first big league campaign and Luke Voit extended the Yankees’ all-time mark with the club’s 267th home run, but the Red Sox padded the best record in the Majors by handing the Bombers a 10-2 defeat on Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park. New York took the... more

Yankees roll past Red Sox for 100th victory

Yankees roll past Red Sox for 100th victory
Gleyber Torres and Miguel Andujar shined on an impressive day for the Baby Bombers, Giancarlo Stanton cleared the Green Monster for his 100th RBI and the Yankees reached the century mark in the win column with an 8-5 victory over the Red Sox on Saturday afternoon at Fenway Park. Torres’ fourth-inning homer marked the Yanks’ 265th of the season, surpassing... more

Yankees win, will host AL Wild Card Game

Yankees win, will host AL Wild Card Game
The Yankees’ predisposition for awe-inspiring power invited suggestions that this club would mash alongside the best ever. They have lived up to that potential, but more recently their energy has been focused upon securing home-field advantage for the American League Wild Card Game, an objective that they achieved on enemy turf on Friday evening. Gary Sanchez, Aaron Hicks, Luke Voit... more

4 homers in rout of Tampa pushes Yankees to 260 dingers in 2018

4 homers in rout of Tampa pushes Yankees to 260 dingers in 2018
With four homers in a rout of the Rays at Tropicana Field, the Yankees reached 260 in 2018 and moved into a tie for second place for the single-season home run record. New York also won the season series over Tampa Bay, 10-9. Miguel Andujar, Luke Voit and Giancarlo Stanton (2) went deep, while Brett Gardner added an RBI triple... more

Tanaka stumbles in Wild Card Game audition

Tanaka stumbles in Wild Card Game audition
Masahiro Tanaka pounced off the mound to snatch a soft comebacker, whirled and fired errantly into center field, a rare miscue for a pitcher who is perennially one of the better fielders on the Yankees’ staff. He wasn’t the only one pressing as the club closes in on securing home-field advantage for the American League Wild Card Game. Tanaka quickly... more

Yankees draw closer to home field with win at Tropicana

Yankees draw closer to home field with win at Tropicana
The Yankees maintained their confidence while Gary Sanchez and Luis Severino scuffled through the second half of the season, believing that their track records pointed toward better performances ahead. That faith was rewarded on Tuesday evening, boosting hopes that the pair of “Baby Bombers” could be turning the corner. Sanchez enjoyed his first four-RBI game since early April, homering as... more

Bad day in the Bronx: Didi hurt, Yankees lose to Orioles

Bad day in the Bronx: Didi hurt, Yankees lose to Orioles
The Yankees knew that their work was incomplete, even when more than 100 empty bottles of bubbly were transported to the recycling bin. Now that Didi Gregorius could miss the remainder of the regular season with a right wrist injury, their mission to hold off the Athletics for home-field advantage in the American League Wild Card Game has grown more... more

Yankees clinch Wild Card berth on walk-off win in 11th

Yankees clinch Wild Card berth on walk-off win in 11th
One year after their run ended a victory shy of advancing to the World Series, the Yankees are officially back in the postseason for another crack at the title. Aaron Hicks doubled home Didi Gregorius to lift New York to a 3-2, 11-inning victory over the Orioles on Saturday at Yankee Stadium, punching a ticket for the American League Wild... more

Yankees unable to stop Red Sox’s clinching party

Yankees unable to stop Red Sox’s clinching party
Giancarlo Stanton raised his arms into the air and floated around the basepaths, celebrating a grand slam that the slumping slugger sorely needed. And yet it was not enough for the Yankees, who had no choice but to plug their ears and ignore the celebration being prepared in the visiting clubhouse of their building. Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a game-tying... more
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