Is Gary Sanchez Ready To Become New Face Of The Yankees?It seems like throughout the Yankees' history, the team has always had a marquee guy, but in reality that hasn't always been the case.
Palladino: Sanchez’s Decision To Skip WBC Shows He’s All InNo matter how Gary Sanchez performs this year, give him credit for staying focused and keeping his eye on the task before him.
LISTEN: Brian Cashman Says Young Yankees Can Be Contenders This SeasonThe Yankees are young, but if all goes well, they could still be a serious contender in 2017, general manager Brian Cashman said Thursday.
Yankees' Gary Sanchez Backs Out Of World Baseball ClassicGary Sanchez won't be playing in the World Baseball Classic after all.
Schwartz: Gary Sanchez Replaces Mickey Mantle In Topps LineupTopps has decided to bring No. 7 out of retirement for the 2017 set, and they have issued it to Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez.
Sweeny: McCann Trade Also A Vote Of Confidence For RomineFirst, I think the Yankees have shown not only faith in Gary Sanchez to be their everyday catcher, but it also shows a great deal of faith in Austin Romine, who got his first extended look last season in the backup role.
Detroit’s Michael Fulmer Beats Out Bombers’ Gary Sanchez For AL Rookie Of The YearDetroit right-hander Michael Fulmer beat out New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez for the AL honor.
Silverman: Explosive Impact Should Earn Yankees' Sanchez Rookie Of The Year AwardGary Sanchez in the discussion with Willie McCovey, who won NL Rookie of the Year honors in 1959 with very similar numbers to the type the Yankees' slugger has put up this year.
Chatelain: Sanchez Is Rookie Of Past 2 Months, Not Rookie Of The YearGary Sanchez has avoided what should be an important criterion in winning the Rookie of the Year ward: proving himself over the long, grueling major league season.
LISTEN: Joe Girardi Says Yankees Players' 'Mouths Are Wide Open' Watching SanchezThe Yankees rookie's bat has been so white hot he's given manager Joe Girardi no choice but to use him as a designated hitter, too.
Sanchez Continues To Be Ruthian In Yankees' 11-5 Win Over RaysRed-hot Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez hit two more home runs, giving him five in his last four games, as New York rolled to an 11-5 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday at Tropicana Field.
Sanchez Powers Yankees To 5-3 Win Over RaysTrailing in the seventh inning, the New York Yankees got a three-run home run from Gary Sanchez to rally for a 5-3 win.

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