Sanchez Homers Again In Yankees' 5-0 Win Over MarinersRed-hot rookie Gary Sanchez homered for the seventh time in eight games to lift the New York Yankees to a 5-0 victory over the Seattle Mariners.
Keidel: Straw Has To Love Doc, Because Gooden Doesn't Appear To Love HimselfPerhaps the worst-kept secret in sports history is spilling onto the national stage. Doc Gooden may be in peril.
Sabathia, Ellsbury Come Up Big In Yankees' Win Over MarinersWith the Yankees facing an uphill climb to the playoffs, CC Sabathia picked a good time to return to form.
Report: Yankees Offer To Pay For Doc Gooden's Drug RehabStrawberry, Gooden's teammate on world championship teams with the Mets and Yankees who has also battled addiction, says the former Cy Young Award winner has relapsed.
Palladino: Yankees Need Brian McCann As Veteran Voice In 2017A manager needs at least one of those guys who has seen it all, done it all, to slow everybody else down when the fan whirls at 100 mph.
Yankees' Bullpen Wastes Combined 4 Homers By Sanchez And CastroThe Seattle Mariners hit fewer home runs than the New York Yankees, but got more scoring out of them.
Gooden Responds To Strawberry's Comments, Vows To Do Better Job Of Choosing FriendsDoc Gooden is clearly bitter about the comments his former teammate, Darryl Strawberry, made about him last week.
Yankees' Bats Silent In 2-0 Loss To AngelsRight-hander Jhoulys Chacin earned his first victory in nearly 10 weeks by combining with three relievers on a six-hit shutout in Angels' 2-0 win over Yankees.
Yankees' Cessa Owns First Big League Start, Shuts Down AngelsLuis Cessa pitched six scoreless innings to win his first start and help the Yankees beat the Los Angeles Angels 5-1 on Saturday night.
Tanaka Dazzles, Yankees Belt 4 Homers In Rout Of AngelsMasahiro Tanaka started brilliantly, paused for only the smallest of moments, and then just kept rolling on.
Eovaldi Undergoes Successful Tommy John Elbow Surgery, Yankees SayEovaldi is expected to miss the rest of this season and the entire 2017 season after partially tearing the ulnar collateral ligament and tearing the flexor tendon in his pitching elbow.
Darryl Strawberry On Doc Gooden: 'My Fear Is People That Don't Change, They Die'"I'm worried. A lot," Strawberry said after a lengthy pause. "It's a real struggle. It's very difficult to talk about because I know the drill, I know the deal. It's very sad.'

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