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Yankees rally to win in extras on Romine walk-off

Yankees rally to win in extras on Romine walk-off
For the first time this season, Aaron Boone filled out his lineup card without writing Aaron Judge’s name. That couldn’t have been easy for the Yankees’ manager, but given the injury woes that have hovered over his team like a black cloud, Boone continued to keep a positive outlook. “When you’ve been in this game long enough, adversity is a... more

Judge’s exit looms over Yankees’ 4-homer win

Judge’s exit looms over Yankees’ 4-homer win
The Yankees hit four home runs Saturday, tied for their second-most in a game this season. They would’ve had five if not for a fan-interference call against Gleyber Torres. Ultimately, that extra home run did not matter, as the Yankees cruised to a 9-2 win over the Royals at Yankee Stadium — but with plenty of concern for slugger Aaron... more

CC nears 3,000-K mark as Yanks top Royals

CC nears 3,000-K mark as Yanks top Royals
  CC Sabathia says that he returned for one final big league season so he could appear in another World Series, not to chase round numbers. Yet as the veteran left-hander draws nearer to the 3,000-strikeout mark, the historic milestone has been occupying his thoughts with growing intensity. During the third inning on Friday evening, Sabathia said that he stalked... more

Homer Bailey shuts down Yankees in 6-1 loss to Royals

Homer Bailey shuts down Yankees in 6-1 loss to Royals
  Right-hander Homer Bailey showed on Thursday night that he could be a candidate for American League Comeback Player of the Year. He pitched six solid innings and helped the Royals defeat the Yankees, 6-1, at Yankee Stadium. The Royals have won five of their last seven games and improved their record to 7-12. Bailey kept the Yankees off balance... more

Yankees make it two straight over Boston as Gardner smacks 100th HR

Yankees make it two straight over Boston as Gardner smacks 100th HR
Brett Gardner waited a dozen years for his 100th career home run, and the milestone blast could not have come at a better time for the Yankees. The longest-tenured Bomber cracked a seventh-inning grand slam that helped power his club to a 5-3 victory over the Red Sox on Wednesday evening at Yankee Stadium, as the Yanks won both contests... more

Paxton slays Sox as Yankees roll to 8-0 series opening win

Paxton slays Sox as Yankees roll to 8-0 series opening win
In advance of his introduction to the game’s most storied rivalry, James Paxton spoke of what he expected to be an “intense” atmosphere pulsing through the decks of Yankee Stadium, and the veteran lefty said that he planned to empty the tank and bring his best. Did he ever. Vowing to shake off a trio of middling starts in his... more

Yankees lose as White Sox grand slam the difference

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Tim Anderson’s first career grand slam proved to be the difference on Sunday afternoon as the White Sox defeated the Yankees, 5-2, at Yankee Stadium. Chicago won its first series of the season, taking two out of three over the weekend. “It means a lot for the team,” Anderson said. “We played well this series. Hopefully, we can continue it,... more

Sabathia sets tone in 1-hit shutout; Yanks beat White Sox 4-0

Sabathia sets tone in 1-hit shutout; Yanks beat White Sox 4-0
CC Sabathia enjoyed a terrific return to the mound following an offseason health scare, opening his 19th and final Major League season with five scoreless innings of one-hit ball in the Yankees’ 4-0 victory over the White Sox on Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium. 122 days after a stent was inserted to clear a blocked artery leading to the veteran... more

Yankees lose to White Sox in rain shortened Friday night game in Bronx

Yankees lose to White Sox in rain shortened Friday night game in Bronx
The Yankees found out in a big way why left fielder Eloy Jiménez is the No. 3 prospect in all of baseball and why the White Sox gave him a six-year, $46 million contract before he played a regular-season game. Jimenez hit two monster home runs and drove in three runs as the White Sox defeated the Yankees, 9-6, in... more

Yankees drop second straight to Astros

Yankees drop second straight to Astros
Once more, the at-bats were long and relentless. Once more, the bullpen was airtight. The Astros have found their magical groove and did so again on Tuesday night, when they twice rallied from deficits to beat the Yankees, 6-3, at Minute Maid Park. George Springer’s bases-loaded double in the bottom of the eighth inning scored two runs to break a... more

Yankees give away lead late, lose in Houston

Yankees give away lead late, lose in Houston
Carlos Correa’s broken-bat dribbler up the first-base line scored Alex Bregman from third base with the go-ahead run in the eighth inning and sent the Astros to their fourth consecutive win, 4-3, over the Yankees on Monday night at Minute Maid Park. With Houston trailing, 3-1, in the seventh, Robinson Chirinos drilled a two-run double to right-center off Zack Britton... more

Sanchez goes yard 3 times as Yanks pound the Orioles

Sanchez goes yard 3 times as Yanks pound the Orioles
The big-swinging Yankees offense was back in action in Sunday’s 15-3 victory over the Orioles, and Gary Sánchez led the charge with his team-leading fourth, fifth and sixth round-trippers of the young season. It was the 11th multi-homer game of his career, and his first time hitting three. Sanchez cracked a two-run homer in the third inning off Orioles starter... more

Judge hits 1st HR … then smashes another as Yankees top O’s

Judge hits 1st HR … then smashes another as Yankees top O’s
The Yankees do not apologize for the formula with which their lineup has been constructed, centered around the concept of patience and power. When they see pitches — and more importantly, when they hit home runs — they will win. That held true Saturday evening, as Aaron Judge homered in his first two at-bats and Clint Frazier reclaimed the lead... more

Gleyber, Yankee bats come alive in win at Camden

Gleyber, Yankee bats come alive in win at Camden
Gleyber Torres remembered. When the promising Yankees infielder celebrated his second multi-homer game in the big leagues on Aug. 1, the blasts had come off Alex Cobb and Mike Wright of the Orioles. Those same pitchers served up home runs in Thursday’s memorable performance. Torres’ two homers highlighted the first four-hit performance of his young career, sparking the Yankees to... more

Yankees lose to Detroit, record falls to 2-4

Yankees lose to Detroit, record falls to 2-4
The Tigers’ pitching is certainly a bright spot for the club, entering Wednesday’s action ranked fifth in the Major Leagues with a 2.33 ERA. Tigers left-hander Matthew Boyd helped them become among the elite in that department by dominating for 6 1/3 innings in a 2-1 victory over the Yankees at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday afternoon. The Tigers, who play... more

Yankees lose again as Chapman takes loss

Yankees lose again as Chapman takes loss
Aroldis Chapman became an unwilling participant in a pair of career milestones for Tigers rookie outfielder Dustin Peterson, who ripped a go-ahead double for his first Major League hit and RBI off the Yankees closer in the top of the ninth inning, lifting Detroit to a 3-1 victory on Tuesday evening at Yankee Stadium. Making his third appearance of the... more
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