Kyle Fansworth lost control in 8th, set up a silver platter for Robinson Cano who delivered the game-winning, go-ahead RBIs. Yankees won 4-3 on Sunday.
It’s a good thing the Yankees hold a five-game lead over Baltimore. New York might need every bit of the head start after losing their top two pitchers Wednesday.
Matt Joyce hit a three-run homer off fill-in closer David Robertson in the ninth inning, falling down on a twisted ankle as he finished his swing, and the Tampa Bay Rays rallied to beat the New York Yankees 4-1 on Wednesday night.
After 126 games, 77 starts, 49 relief appearances and 472 innings in the majors, Neil Keefe still isn’t sure what Phil Hughes is.
… and Bridget Jones’s Diary was still in theaters. Yes, it’s been that long.
Mike Moustakas matched a career high with three RBIs and made a defensive gem in the ninth for Kansas City Royals in their 4-3 win over the Yankees, backing a strong start by Danny Duffy.
A Notre Dame alum, the 25-year-old hurler has been solid for the Bronx Bombers this season out of the bullpen. In six appearances, Phelps boasts a 3.57 ERA with seven walks and 14 strikeouts in 17 2/3 innings pitched.
CC Sabathia went 8 strong innings on Sunday as the Yankees defeated the Tigers, 6-2.
New York Yankees demoted Freddy Garcia to the bullpen. Garcia struggled as a starter and began the season with a whopping 12.51 ERA.
Miguel Cabrera and Tigers out-slugged the Yankees on Saturday and won 7-5.
Raul Ibanez doubled in the tiebreaking run in the 12th inning, and the New York Yankees overcame a three-run deficit and a wild performance by starter Freddy Garcia in a 5-4 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday night.
Joe Girardi is ready for the long journey back “to where you want to be.” In case you’re not aware, in Yankee-land, that’s late October.
In a matter of hours on Friday night, the Yankees waived goodbye to prized prospect Jesus Montero and Hector Noesi and welcomed much-needed arms to their rotation. GM Brain Cashman stayed patient and appears to have won big.
Yankees’ GM Brian Cashman revealed that it’s too early to determine whether the Bombers will go after a big-name starting pitcher or if a big trade is the works.